The Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin graduated its first class May 21.
There are six candidates running in the special election to fill the seat of former Sen. Kirk Watson through 2022.
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Some on Austin City Council want more of its $272 million coronavirus relief package to go to residents in need
City Council will determine how much to put toward direct financial assistance at its June 4 meeting.
Bee Cave Mayor Kara King took to Facebook on May 28 to address the method in which Travis County documents active coronavirus cases.
Information from the Texas Department of Transportation as of late May shows that while traffic counts along HWY 71 where it meets RM 620 in western Travis County have risen steadily from 2014 to 2020, the death rate on that road has also dropped substantially in that same time period.
Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe responded to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's warning that county coronavirus orders conflicted with the state's.
The public transportation agency is teaming up with businesses and nonprofits to provide meals for those in need.
At the conclusion of nearly two months of remote learning, LISD Superintendent Bruce Gearing issued a statement May 29 to LISD families and employees.
The Austin Parks and Recreation Department will begin opening amenities, but there is no date set to open Barton Springs Pool.
Austin Public Health officials say they plan to increase support to Latino community, where coronavirus hospitalizations are up
As of May 26, 76 Hispanic individuals in Travis County were hospitalized with COVID-19, representing around 78% of all hospitalizations.
Active hospitalizations in the metropolitan area dropped from 97 to 88 over the past 24 hours.
Travis County officials: 20 new coronavirus hospitalizations per day would strain local hospital capacity
Dr. Mark Escott said new admissions per day is a key measure to determine if the county should be more or less restrictive in its guidance to residents and businesses.
Preliminary budget forecasts from Central Health show the health care district anticipates a slow down in tax revenue collection growth.
The vineyard will also eventually include a farm-to-table restaurant and wedding venue.
The Westlake High School and Eanes ISD community will celebrate its graduating class of 2020 with a series of socially distant events May 28.
West Lake Hills city officials issued a proclamation during a May 27 meeting in honor of all 2020 graduates.
Venue owners must operate under guidelines that facilitate appropriate social distancing.
Texas received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide more than $1 billion in pandemic food benefits.
Dana Meserole Delorenzo will serve as the Eanes Education Foundation's new executive director.
Following a postponement due to the coronavirus, the Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce announced a new date for SpringFest 2020.
As local health authorities monitor an upward trend in COVID-19 cases, they are bracing for a possible uptick in hospitalizations.
There have been 1,084 total coronavirus recoveries in Travis County as well.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said the state entered the era of the coronavirus in a healthy financial situation, which bodes well for the future as reopening continues, but that Texans are not out of the woods yet.
As economic restrictions loosen, some Central Texas toll roads are beginning to fill up with traffic
Traffic counts on roads operated by the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority have consistently climbed since early April.