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Sendero Health Plans expects to double membership one year after facing potential dissolution

One year after it faced shutting its doors for good, Sendero Health Plans may be doing better than ever.


Red Bud Isle reopens after latest water samples show no signs of toxins

Red Bud Isle , which had closed due to the presence of toxic algae, reopened Nov. 22.


The Contemporary Austin's Laguna Gloria Sculpture Park welcomes new piece

The sculpture park recieved a piece by Juan Muñoz as an ongoing loan from the Smithsonian



Red River staff say they are feeling safer as crime reports drop in recent months

The dip in crime reports in September and October followed a concerning spike in crime over the summer.


Blink Beauty celebrates 10th anniversary

Blink Beauty, at 1601 E. Fifth St., Ste. 105, Austin, celebrated its 10th anniversary Oct. 2. Local owner …


Mean Eyed Cat marks 15 years in business

Mean Eyed Cat celebrated its 15th anniversary on Sept. 27. The bar is located at 1621 W. Fifth St, Austin. …


2019 Central Austin holiday events: Find light displays, markets, shows and more

Check out a German-Texas market, go to a show at the Zach Theater, see the Zilker Holiday tree light up and more.



Music, arts communities asked to provide feedback on spending recommendations for $12 million creative space bond

After roughly a year of deliberation, the Austin's Music Commission and Art Commission have drafted criteria for how to spend the money aimed at addressing the city's rapid loss of affordable creative space.


How did Camp Mabry come to be?

The site of the state military headquarters was established in Austin more than a century ago


Heart Hospital of Austin lands new COO

Heart Hospital of Austin announced Megan Drake as its new chief operating officer.


Marketing agency Mighty Citizen celebrates 20 years

Mighty Citizen, a marketing agency that offers branding, marketing and digital communications services, …



Dance bar Coconut Club will open downtown in December

The Coconut Club, a new rooftop bar and dance club from former Cheer Up Charlies employees Cole Evans and …


Austin FC continues filling front office positions, brings on former USMNT captain as sporting director

Austin FC announced Nov. 21 it has hired former USMNT captain Claudio Reyna as its first sporting director.


Austin home sales hit October record despite all-time low supply

Continued high demand amid low supply belies the housing crisis in Austin and the need for meaningful policy changes, experts said.


Now in City Council's hands, land code rewrite debate heats up with first vote less than 3 weeks away

Some Austin City Council members are concerned about the speed at which the process is moving.



Four ongoing transportation updates to know in Central Austin

Find out the latest on the 183 South project, Capital Metro's new downtown MetroRail station and more.


Learn more about five development projects in Central Austin

KMFA's forthcoming studio at the Hatchery mixed-use development will be named for Draylen Mason, a musician who died in the Austin bombings in March 2018.


Apple breaks ground on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin; expects to open facility in 2022

Apple announces construction begins on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin


Travis County continues to push for Palm School-expo center swap as city of Austin considers other options

With voter approval to expand the Travis County Expo Center secured, county officials have issued an offer to the city of Austin to exchange ownership of Palm School for the expo center with a deadline of Dec. 16.



Star Seeds Cafe changes name to Stars Cafe

Star Seeds Cafe announced its new name—Stars Cafe—in a Sept. 13 Facebook post. The 24-hour diner was …


Central Market marks 25th anniversary

Central Market celebrated its 25th anniversary Sept. 26 with a festival, featuring a number of chefs who …


Austin ISD trustees vote to close four elementary schools in School Changes plan

Austin ISD trustees on Nov. 18 to close three East Austin and one downtown campus for the 2020-21 school year in the process.


Capital Metro, city of Austin to partner with nonprofit to explore creating a Red Line rail trail plan

Capital Metro, city of Austin to partner with nonprofit to explore creating a Red Line rail trail plan