Ernest Clark was the university's first Black student and graduate. He graduated in 1969.
Travis County to close parks for holiday weekend; county judge calls on other Texas officials to step up safety procedures
With local hospital capacity at around 70%, Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe is pushing area leaders to place strong restrictions on gatherings for the Fourth of July weekend.
The potential additions to the city’s Healthy Streets program include streets in Crestivew, Hyde Park, Windsor Park and South Austin.
Kalahari Resorts & Conventions is preparing to make a splash in the Round Rock-area job market.
The hotel, restaurant and event space is set on 10 acres in north Central Austin.
Early voting began June 29 for Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs residents, who have an opportunity to vote this month in local elections.
Two of Pflugerville ISD’s high schools will have new principals heading into the 2020-21 school year.
Hospitalizations in Comal County increased to 24, and Guadalupe County announced 26 previously unreported hospitalizations.
The board of trustees will discuss the upcoming 2020-21 calendar, the district budget and COVID-19-related purchases.
Microsoft announced June 26 it is closing all of its retail stores nationwide.
Effective midnight on June 30, face coverings will be required in most public spaces within the city of Round Rock.
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The center is located on the corner of Second and Rock streets.
Travis County saw 1,364 new coronavirus cases over the past two days, setting a single-day record with 728 cases June 27.
Gov. Greg Abbott urged the state’s residents on June 28 to go back to the basics of washing hands, wearing face coverings and maintaining safe distancing to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The business offers pet boarding, training and more.
As the local spike in coronavirus cases accelerated, city officials dealt with the pandemic on numerous fronts.
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Public weighs in as Del Valle ISD considers tax incentives for Tesla, a move which could stave off recapture
Officials from Del Valle ISD considered plans to incentivize electric carmaker Tesla’s choice to build its next factory in Southeast Travis County at a June 25 public hearing.
Hospitalizations also saw a surge this week.
Austin city manager pushes back city employees’ return to office as coronavirus firms its grip on city
City employees were set to begin returning to the office June 29.
Williamson County reports 3 additional deaths, hospitalizations nearly triple as coronavirus counts continue to rise
The number of patients in intensive care and on ventilators also doubled.
Many workers have been teleworking through the pandemic. What this means for the future of office spaces remains to be seen.