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.
The health care district is considering increasing its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
An Oak Hill optometry office has welcomed a new eye doctor.
Sunset Valley will withhold between $200,000-$250,000 in payments for its new water quality pond.
Dripping Springs City Council has named Laura Mueller city attorney.
Construction will move forward at several Dripping Springs ISD school sites, both new and existing, this year.
This is the burger chain's 19th location in Austin.
The Travis Central Appraisal District board of trustees voted to bring back in-person meetings for informal protests this year.
Officials in Austin and Travis County have formed a complete count committee to support the 2020 census effort.
Drivers who illegal park in a bicycle lane could receive a $300 fine and have their vehicles towed.
Dripping Springs ISD's board of trustees is ready to consider applications for the district's new bond oversight group.
Capital Metro will roll out the first two electric buses in late January.
A new coffee shop is set to open in a previous South Austin location of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
Support grows among Austin City Council members who want to end local penalties for low-level marijuana possession
If successful, the Austin Police Department would no longer hand out arrests or citations for possession of marijuana with no intent to distribute.
Though it was initially planned to be ready for play by 2020, delays pertaining to construction and, more specifically, to water service, have pushed the completion date of the much-anticipated Bee Creek Sports Complex to spring 2022.
Travis County commissioners are working to address colonias—unincorporated areas in the county that lack basic utilities.
Austin Public Health is investigating a confirmed rubella case, the first case of the contagious viral infection in Travis County since 1999.
Travis County commissioners are considering options that will revise the pay scale for peace officers, including law enforcement, corrections and park rangers.
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Austin opened its doors Jan. 15.
The oil and natural gas industry paid a record-setting $16.3 billion in taxes and royalties to local governments and the state in 2019, the Texas Oil and Gas Association announced Tuesday.
Council members stressed the need for long-term downtown parking solutions at their Jan. 14 meeting.
With unveiling of 'transformational' transit proposal, support for urban rail grows among Austin leaders
Before voting on a multibillion-dollar bond referendum coming in November, the community will have to choose between an urban rail or bus transit system.