Samsung is asking for 100% property tax reimbursement over 25 years, which would mark the most aggressive corporate tax break in Austin history.
Austin ISD students are scheduled to return to classrooms March 1 for the first time since Winter Storm Uri.
Preseason matches for Austin FC will be held in South Austin ahead of the team's inaugural MLS season.
In hearings last week, a state senator from the Houston area called the power and water outages in Texas "the largest trainwreck in the history of degregulated electricity."
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Some 1M gallons of sewage overflows into San Marcos River; counties resume vaccinations and more top Central Texas news
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Johnson & Johnson vaccine could mean additional supply, easier distribution rollout in Travis County
If approved, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be a valuable weapon against the ongoing pandemic, according to local health officials.
Austin ISD trustees have approved the academic calendar for the upcoming 2021-22 school year.
Legislators probe energy officials over power failures, lack of preparation heading into winter storm
The Texas Legislature held hearings Feb. 25 with energy companies including Oncor Electric Delivery and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas in response to last week’s historic winter storm, which left millions of Texans without electricity for days.
With 200 to 400 apartment and condo complexes in Austin still without water, City Council is aiming to direct aid and relieve some of the financial burden felt by residents following the devastating winter storms.
Jo's Coffee opens in Central Austin; new restaurant coming to Georgetown Square and more Central Texas news
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The 62-plus active-living community will have 151 total apartment units for rent.
Before the team has even played a second of competitive play, Austin FC already has a handful of zealous supporters groups. Read here to find out who they are.
As many as 31 stores across nine states will be shuttered as Fry's Electronics shuts down due to market changes and the pandemic.
ERCOT's CEO offered details into what led to the massive blackouts that left millions of Texans in the cold last week.
'Bad data is worse than no data': Austin health officials unsure how storm affected coronavirus spread
Weekly testing and hospitalization averages will not be updated by Austin Public Health until Feb. 27.
The Texas Climate Action Act would require the development of a climate action plan to help alleviate future climate-related disasters and establish goals for reducing emissions for 2030, 2040 and 2050.
$674 million Oak Hill Parkway project set to begin in South Austin, but opponents are not giving up the fight
TxDOT says the highway widening is long overdue for a stretch of road that reached capacity in the 1990s, but some residents, environmental groups and politicians say the project is too big, too expensive and too harmful to the environment.
The city of Austin has directed additional funds into programs to help some homeowners with repairs following February's winter storm.
A new restaurant and emergency room opened, and a Dripping Springs fundraiser was rescheduled for early March.
The city provided a review of operations during last week's winter storm and is seeking feedback on resident experiences.
Some 3,000 people will be vaccinated at a drive-thru event at the Circuit of The Americas this weekend.
The Rastegar Property Co. project will total 530,000 square feet of industrial space.
Water quality tests have shown that city water is now safe to drink, and Austin Water continues to repair water mains and leaks.
Dripping Springs ISD's fifth elementary school is set to be substantially complete this summer.