Roadwork in the area overall is expected to continue until the middle of 2021.
Public safety, homelessness in Austin take center stage in final forum before District 6 runoff vote
Three days ahead of the first day of early voting for the Austin City Council District 6 runoff election, a final public debate was mostly focused on issues of public safety.
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Travis County aims to give COVID-19 vaccine to nursing home employees, residents first after doses arrive from state
Vaccines are expected to be available as soon as Dec. 14.
About 1.4 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been allotted to the state of Texas and will arrive the week of Dec. 14.
TxDOT is spending billions to fix I-35 through downtown Austin, but some community members say the state is wrong in its approach
A report from the Texas A&M Transportation Institute released Dec. 1 said the 8-mile stretch of I-35 from Hwy. 290 to SH 71 is the most congested roadway in the state.
New businesses operating in Austin include MilkRun, which delivers dairy, meat, produce and other products from local farmers to customers at home.
As Austin awaits a vaccine whose first doses could arrive by the end of 2020, health officials say the impact of Thanksgiving gatherings on the spread of the virus could take time to show up.
The decline in college enrollment across the state of Texas has prompted several agencies to partner up and create online resources for students and counselors.
Incumbent Alison Alter and challenger Jennifer Virden are vying for the seat.
The district will also be providing free COVID-19 tests to staff and families Dec. 2-4.
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The bond will fun a bridge over Pleasant Valley Road connecting two ends of the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike trail, among other improvements.
The project is one of the first completed through Hays County's 2016 bond.
Colangelo said private schools have adapted to remote learning and other obstacles in 2020 despite less revenue and a 9% decline in enrollment statewide.
Austin Public Health leaders say gatherings with people outside one's household held indoors and without masks pose the greatest risk.
The vaccine could start being distributed "as early as next month," according to a Nov. 23 news release.
The Southwest Austin campus has been closed since 2018 due to poor facility conditions.
Austin development updates: Apartments could replace two Rainey Street bars, 307 affordable housing units coming to South First Street area
A 569-foot apartment complex could replace Javelina and Craft Bar. Meanwhile, development continues in the St. Elmo area.
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Holiday markets, strolls, tree lightings and Trail of Lights: 18 events in the Austin area in November and December
The Trail of Lights has gone drive-thru this year, while the Blue Genie Art Bazaar is taking free, ticketed reservations to adhere to social distancing requirements.
Shovels won't be hitting the ground on the light rail and downtown tunnel for years, but work is getting started now after Austinites approved the $7.1 billion plan Nov. 3.
As we head into the holidays, what could the flu season look like in Austin in the midst of a pandemic?
With national coronavirus cases reaching record highs in November, the potential is present for health care systems to become overwhelmed with simultaneous coronavirus and flu hospitalizations.
Three friends opened the neighboring businesses in 2019, showcasing local breweries, distilleries and coffee roasters.
Kalahari Resorts & Conventions celebrates grand opening in Round Rock and more top Central Texas news
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