National, state, local officials continue to blame outside agitators for turning protests violent over the weekend
As violence erupted in Austin and cities across the country over the weekend, leaders from all ranks said outside groups usurped the demonstrations and turned them chaotic.
Black and Hispanic communities outside of nursing homes have suffered the worst from the coronavirus, according to new data from Austin Public Health.
Travis County commissioners voted June 2 on a collection of short to long terms goals to ward off climate change on the local level.
City Council will seek answers from Austin Police Department over response to the weekend's violent protests
Austin City Council will bring Austin Police Chief Brian Manley in for questioning on June 4 at 3 p.m.
Travis County had an estimated 2,044 active coronavirus cases June 2.
Eight meetings have been scheduled to discuss options with teachers, staff and the community.
Of the confirmed cases, 412 have recovered.
Citizens who feel they need to file a civil rights case against law enforcement have several avenues to make a complaint.
In a June 1 conversation with Mayor Steve Adler, Chas Moore said Austin's racial issues extend from the police department to everyday microagressions.
COVID-19 hospitalizations also increased to 97 in the Austin metro.
A blended approach would allow the district to switch from in-person learning to virtual learning when needed.
The district brought up the hiring during a discussion about protests and demonstrations that have taken place over the past weekend.
Tax collection revenue fell significantly in several sectors from May 2019 to May 2020, according to the comptroller's office.
A recent study found municipal water sources, such as irrigation runoff or wastewater leakage, account for at least half of Bull Creek’s stream flow in some urban areas.
Currently, 10 patients are hospitalized, and four are in intensive care, per the report.
Gov. Greg Abbott issued a state of disaster in Texas on May 31, while various city officials and law enforcment responded to protests and violence over the weekend.
“I think like everyone else, I was horrified [by Floyd’s] death," Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said.
Local, state and federal representatives took to social media throughout the weekend to voice their opinions.
The median price of all residential homes in Northwest Austin increased by more than $10,000 to $425,000 from March to April.
Swim team, swim fitness and private swim lessons have restarted, and group swim lessons will begin again in June.
PHOTOS: Demonstrators gathered in front of the Texas Capitol as protests against police brutality continued nationwide
Protests against the killings of Goerge Floyd and Michael Ramos took place throughout the weekend in Austin.
There have been 1,168 coronavirus recoveries in the county since mid-March, and active cases in Travis County are estimate at 2,011.
Concerns over violence from outside groups force organizers to cancel ‘Justice for them All’ protest at Texas Capitol; demonstrations persist downtown
Demonstrations occured across the nation to protest police brutality in the wake of the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd.
Residents who face food insecurities can drive up with their vehicles for no-contact pickup.
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