12:17 PM Nov 13, 2019 CST

All Saints Tattoo now open on Burnet Road

All Saints Tattoo held a grand opening Aug. 31 for its location at 8303 Burnet Road, Ste. 2, Austin. The …


Austin FC to locate $45M training facility at mixed-use Parmer Innovation Center in Northeast Austin

Austin FC announces $45 million training facility to be located in Northeast Austin at new development


Neighborhood Goods coming to South Congress in 2020

Department store Neighborhood Goods will open in 2020 at 1009 and 1011 S. Congress Ave., Austin. The company …



Capital CBD American Shaman now open on Burnet Road

Capital CBD American Shaman opened Sept. 19 at 8315 Burnet Road, Ste. C, Austin. Franchise owners Steve Leach …


Austin Mayor Pro Tem Delia Garza says she will not seek re-election as Travis County attorney rumors heat up

Austin's mayor pro tem will not seek reelection to her Southeast Austin district seat in 2020.


Travis County intergovernmental relations officer announces retirement, triggers "aggressive" hiring schedule

Deece Eckstein, Travis County's inaugural intergovernmental relations officer, will retire at the end of the year.


Austin no longer pursuing homeless shelter off Ben White with pivot to hotel purchase

Austin will no longer pursue the controversial purchase of a South Austin tract to use for a new homeless shelter.



City may buy Rodeway Inn in South Austin, renovate property to house homeless

The city is considering adding $8 million to its fiscal year 2019-20 budget to accommodate the purchase.



A $14 million campaign and 300-bed shelter: Austin’s private sector leads new coalition to address homelessness

A coaltiion of private sector, non-profit and faith-based groups has formed to address Austin's homelessness crisis.


Development of new Chalmers Courts complex in Austin reaches significant milestone

Once finished, the project will add close to 400 new affordable units, updating a facility that dates back to 1939.



Gov. Greg Abbott announces plan for state-sanctioned homeless encampment off US 183 near Montopolis

John Wittman, Abbott's press secretary, said the land is as close to downtown as the state can provide.


Take a look at six restaurants coming soon to Central Austin

The list of forthcoming restaurants includes Velvet Taco downtown, salad spot Sweetgreen on South Congress and a second location for pizza and sandwich spot Little Deli.


Card My Yard celebrates 5 years of business in Austin

Card My Yard , a yard greeting rental service located at 2009 N. RM 620, Ste. 310, Austin, celebrated its …


From Pease to boundaries, Austin ISD trustees discuss School Changes Version 2

Austin ISD trustees discussed closing of Pease, Metz, Brooke and Sims elementary schools, preserving district history and lessons learned from the School Changes process.



These six new restaurants are now open in Central Austin

New options include a sushi spot downtown, a taqueria on E. 12th Street and an Asian fusion restaurant on East Riverside.


‘We cannot exist like this in a primary election': Travis County clerk says voter behavior, state law need to change ahead of 2020

Travis County's 2019 election results were not final until 3:40 a.m. the next morning due to a perfect storm of issues that the clerk said needs to be addressed before the 2020 election.


CommUnityCare purchases 5 Carousel Pediatrics locations in Central Texas

CommUnityCare Health Centers acquires Carousel Pediatrics


UPDATED: Here is how Texas voters weighed in on 10 state constitutional amendments on the ballot Nov. 5

Ten constitutional amendments went before voters in Texas on Election Day, Nov. 5.




Austin voters refuse opportunity to vote on Convention Center expansion with rejection of Prop B

Early voting results are in for Austin's Proposition B.


Update: Southwestern Travis County Groundwater Conservation District passes with almost 75% of the vote

Early voting results roll in for the creation of the Southwestern Travis County Groundwater Conservation District.


Travis County voters approve Expo Center proposition

Precinct 1 Commissioner Jeff Travillion said in a statement that investment in the Expo Center is "long overdue."