An average of 47 coronavirus patients have been admitted daily to Austin-area hospitals in the past week.
Austin moves forward with phased-in Project Connect plan, including $300 million to prevent displacement
Austin City Council could officially call the election sometime between Aug. 12 and 14 to put Project Connect on the fall ballot.
While students will still receive an A-F rating, the test will no longer determine whether they can graduate.
Texas Health and Human Services Commission to post COVID-19 cases, deaths from nursing homes, assisted living centers
The data will be from state-supported living centers, state hospitals, and state-licensed nursing and assisted living facilities.
The Michael Ramos case has fueled protests in the community since late-May.
Early voting will now be held between Oct. 13-30.
“Close to 40 percent of all Texans identify as Hispanic, and their history is an integral part of Texas history that must be recognized and remembered,” Cornyn said. “By creating a new museum in the Smithsonian Institution, we can honor American Latino contributions and highlight their stories for future generations.”
Business closings: Nancy's Sky Garden, Skull Mechanix Brewing, Cluck-N-Burger will not reopen Austin locations
COVID-19's economic effects continue to hit the local hospitality and service industries.
Rodriguez announced July 27 he will focus his efforts on winning a Democratic majority in the Texas House.
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There are now 12 total restaurants in the shared kitchen space, including new arrivals, such as Ramen512, Bad Mutha Clucka and Bad Ass Breakfast Burritos.
24 Hour Fitness in Pflugerville closes, new businesses open: Most popular news from Central Texas this week
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As the new school year approaches, districts are tasked with protecting students and staff from further COVID-19 spread while parents face tough decisions.
As a result of the bankruptcy, the business will close all Catherines locations; many Justice stores; and a few Ann Taylor, Loft, Lane Bryant and Lou & Grey stores nationwide.
The internationally attended event was scheduled for Oct. 23-25.
Bipartisan bill introduced by Texas, Minnesota senators to provide relief to independent music venues
The Save Our Stages Act would provide grants worth six months of financial support for independent live music and entertainment venues.
The Austin coffee shop opened in East Austin in 2009 and expanded to South Congress Avenue in 2017.
The Trump administration said a new update to the National Environmental Policy Act is aimed at streamlining reviews for a variety of federal projects.
City Council listened to more than 12 hours of testimony during the public's first chance to weigh in on City Manager Spencer Cronk's fiscal year 2020-21 budget proposal.
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Travis County remains at Stage 4 risk as hospitalizations and case counts slightly decline.
The new Austin-based company Swift Fit Events launched July 14, and Sherry Matthews Group announced that it will sell its riverfront office building.
The electric carmaker is seeking local contractors to aid with design and construction of the facility in Travis County.