William Sydney Porter, more commonly known by his pen name O. Henry, is widely recognized for his short stories. His work is distinguished by its wit, characterization and often a plot twist at the end of a story.
here are a lot of things going on at Southside Flying Pizza, from airborne pizza dough to colorful murals surrounding the building, but David Hatley, general manager of the restaurant, said the real show is the pizza.
The sunset bill won final House approval March 21 and was sent to the Senate on March 25. It was the result of a routine review all state agencies must undergo every decade, a way for lawmakers to update and, if necessary, eliminate agencies.
Aviation Director Stephen Alexander said the funding for traffic controllers will end as early as April 7. There are currently six full-time correspondents at the tower that the Federal Aviation Administration will no longer fund.
Rep. Giovanni Capriglione, R-Southlake, is gaining recognition in his first few months in Austin, both for a piece of legislation he filed and for the critique he got for it from defensive senior lawmakers.
Celia Israel, a longtime Austin community leader and political activist, announced her intention to run for the District 50 State Representative seat currently occupied by Mark Strama, D-Austin. Strama has said he will not seek re-election.
Austin City Council approved 7-0 on March 21 a study comparing Austin Energy to other municipally owned utilities throughout the nation. An ordinance outlining an independent governing board for AE has been delayed until April.