Mike Heiligenstein submitted his resignation Jan. 29.
Travis County commissioners will announce a new chief public defender in the coming weeks.
Austinites likely to cast monumental vote in 2020, with transit proposition, local seats likely on fall ballot
The fall 2020 election could be highlighted by multibillion-dollar transit proposition for a new bus or rail system in Austin
Proposed 400-unit, mixed-use development in St. Elmo district seeks final Austin City Council approval
The project would also bring a brewery and more than 12,000 square feet of retail space.
Brooke is one of four AISD schools that will close at the end of the 2019-20 academic year, along with Pease, Metz and Sims elementary schools.
Local doctors continue to caution residents to get vaccinated against the flu as confirmed cases of both types of the flu have yet to peak, according to Austin Regional Clinic data.
A CBD-specializing business is expanding to the Dripping Springs area.
City staff: Only 2% of new home construction in Austin over last 10 years was ‘missing-middle’ housing
City staff will release a new draft of the land development code and citywide zoning maps Jan. 31.
Austin ISD trustees appointed Vicente Salazar as the permanent principal of Paredes Middle School.
Austin ISD students will officially return to class for the 2020-21 school year on August 18, and that school year will end May 26, 2021.
Capital Metro will now put 12 electric buses into service in 2020.
Health care news to follow in 2020: UT Health Austin expands, Dell Medical School offers new program
UT Health Austin, the clinical practice of Dell Medical School, expanded its walk-in clinic in 2019 and relocated the clinic to the first floor of the Health Transformation Building at 1601 Trinity St., Austin.
Construction of the Pediatric Ambulatory Center of Excellence, or PACE, building is set to begin in March.
The Dripping Springs Farmers Market will move indoors until spring.
Nick Boyd Real Estate Co. opened in South Austin on Jan. 1.
Ramen Tatsu-Ya opened on South Lamar Boulevard in January 2015.
When electric scooters first arrived in Austin in April 2018, residents and city officials alike raised concerns about regulations, safety and inconvenience.
Austin police chief doubles down: Cops will continue citing and, in some cases, arresting for pot possession despite City Council direction
The City Council decision does not change how the police department handles marijuana possession, according to the police chief.
According to court documents, the Tex-Mex restaurant's financial issues started with its Dripping Springs location, which lost over $1 million per year.
Austin City Council tells police to stop enforcement against low-level pot possession; police Chief Brian Manley says council cannot dictate enforcement of state law
There is some disagreement on what Austin's new marijuana possession policy means for residents.
Starting Jan. 26, riders can ride the new electric buses, which will rotate among routes.
Some City Council members said taxpayer dollars should not be used to fight taxpayer interests.
2020 is slated to be a year of major development for H-E-B in the South Austin area, with projects totaling $200 million.