Beginning in the 2020-21 academic year, the changes will affect five elementary schools—Caraway, Elsa England, Herrington, Joe Lee Johnson and Teravista—and one middle school, C.D. Fulkes.
The Texas Legislature repealed straight-ticket voting in 2017, but the change was not implemented until this year. In November 2018, more than 60% of county voters chose the straight-ticket option.
The detective told the Commissioners Court officers were purposely cut off from communication with the office as part of their administrative leave punishment.
Shantelle Dunn Brannon began the job in late January.
The clinic provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for Austin-area children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Canadian fashion brand and boutique Aritzia opened its storefront in The Domain in early February.
Saccone’s Pizza & Subs returns to Northwest Austin on Feb. 29 with the opening of a new store at Market at Lake Creek.
Peace Lutheran Church Preschool is celebrating its 20th anniversary this academic year.
Taqueria Guadalajara reopened its restaurant in early February after renovations.
DATA: See which Pflugerville ISD schools gained—and lost—the most students with new enrollment zone changes
Pflugerville ISD's two easternmost campuses, Mott Elementary School and Cele Middle School, are projected to gain the most relief from overcrowding due to new enrollment zone changes.
Looking to get ahead of crowded schools east of SH 130, Pflugerville ISD shifts enrollment boundaries
The PfISD Board of Trustees voted Feb. 20 to change enrollment boundaries or program offerings in the 2020-21 school year for eight schools.
The district’s first day of school is scheduled for Aug. 18, 2021, and the 2021-22 school year will conclude May 26, 2022.
Following nearly three years of discussion and community input, the Round Rock ISD board of trustees officially authorized the formation of a district police department on Feb. 20.
Who is interested in Kirk Watson’s Senate seat? Here is where local members of the state House stand
State Reps. Gina Hinojosa and Eddie Rodriguez say they are "seriously considering" a run for the District 14 seat.
Outgoing Superintendent Paul Cruz says 'work will continue' in Austin ISD as transition plan is developed
A timeline for Cruz's departure has not yet been established by Austin ISD.
Experts hold up permanent supportive housing as crucial to ending chronic homelessness.
State may lease 5-acre homeless camp to chamber and Downtown Austin Alliance, kick-starting shelter effort
The state-sanctioned homeless camp has been open since Nov. 7.
Fight over sales market data means Travis County home appraisals will not change this year, area schools may suffer
Travis Central Appraisal District will not appraise residential properties this year following a cease-and-desist order from the Austin Board of Realtors prohibiting use of its sales price data.
Austin ISD Superintendent Paul Cruz will resign and accepted a position with the University of Texas.
For the fourth month in a row, less than one month of inventory is available across the Northwest Austin market.
Williamson County residential home sales increased 11.6% year over year, according to an Austin Board of Realtors January housing market report.
This is the first Austin location for the Dallas-based business.
ESPN and Special Olympics Texas will present Hendrickson High School with a Unified Champions National Banner in a special ceremony March 9. The banner is awarded to campuses across the country for inclusion efforts for students with and without disabilities.
Place 7 on the Pflugerville ISD board of trustees will see a new face for the first time in nearly a decade as incumbent Rob Reyes will not seek re-election this May.
Austin City Council approved the purchase of the Rodeway Inn in November. City staff does not expect to close on the property until mid-April.