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Travis County commissioners are considering a multi-million dollar economic incentives agreement for the electoric carmaker as it considers an Austin-area factory.
Travis County added 257 new confirmed coronavirus cases June 23.
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According to guidelines released by the state education agency June 23, districts will not be allowed to adopt an all-virtual learning model.
SLAB BBQ reopened its locations at the Y at Oak Hill in South Austin and on Research Boulevard in North Austin to dine-in service June 1.
Texans Asking for Meaningful Student Assessment urges state officials to request testing waiver in light of COVID-19 closures
Based on the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Texans Asking for Meaningful Student Assessment, or TAMSA, is calling upon state officials to waive student testing for the 2020-21 school year.
The grocer previously had $2 per hour temporary raises in place from late March through June 21.
Austin ISD trustees approved a total fiscal year 2020-21 budget of $1.65 billion in expenditures, with $1.59 billion in revenue for a budget shortfall of $57.6 million.
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Resident Michael Arispe was admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 symptoms March 22 and spent about 60 days hospitalized.
With 129 new confirmed cases in the county June 22, Travis County’s total increased to 6,339.
The new center is on track to launch next spring.
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The state agency has suspended the permits of 17 bars in Texas for allegedly not adhering to capacity and social distancing requirements set by Gov. Greg Abbott.
Capital Metro receives about 80% of its revenue from sales taxes. In April, Austin reported sales tax revenue was down more than $4 million from the same time in the previous year.
The governor said since late May, the number of new COVID-19 cases confirmed daily across the state has more than doubled.
As construction at Austin FC’s McKalla Place stadium continues throughout the summer, executives with the Major League Soccer team broke ground on the team’s training center.
The complex will offer 51 of its 56 units to families making 30%-60% of the median family income.
The Austin-based company also recently completed two purchases of East Austin apartment complexes.
In the months since Austin’s first confirmed case of the coronavirus, hospital executives say they have had time to prepare for a surge in coronavirus cases.
Since Monday, June 15, there have been 1,665 new coronavirus cases in Travis County.
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