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Headlines / Quote of the Week
Headlines / Quote of the Week

July 15, 2021

Has AISD Cleared Its Special Education Backlog, or Not?
Has AISD Cleared Its Special Education Backlog, or Not?
After July 1 deadline, 77 evaluations still to be completed

Clara Ence Morse, July 15, 2021

Austin at Large: More Alike Than Different
Austin at Large: More Alike Than Different
Where to start a conversation about creating decent housing for all of Austin

Mike Clark-Madison, July 8, 2021

Voting Rights, Other GOP-Aligned Measures Back in the Crosshairs for Special Session
Voting Rights, Other GOP-Aligned Measures Back in the Crosshairs for Special Session
More red meat as Abbott puts the Lege into overtime

Mike Clark-Madison, July 8, 2021

County Commissioners Tout Successes, Face Challengers
County Commissioners Tout Successes, Face Challengers
The 2022 primaries are months away, but these Travis County commissioners are already drawing competition in their reelection bids

Lina Fisher, July 8, 2021

Civics 101

July 8, 2021

Public Notice: Connecting with Project Connect
Public Notice: Connecting with Project Connect
Capital Metro announces next round of public input on Orange, Blue light rail lines

Nick Barbaro, July 8, 2021

Headlines / Quote of the Week
Headlines / Quote of the Week

July 8, 2021

Austin Looks for Routes Out of Its Homelessness Crisis
Austin Looks for Routes Out of Its Homelessness Crisis
Under pressure, the city experiments with fast and sustainable strategies

Austin Sanders, July 8, 2021

Cancel Culture Comes After <i>Forget the Alamo</i>
Cancel Culture Comes After Forget the Alamo
Controversy erupts after museum caves to political pressure

Mike Clark-Madison, July 8, 2021

First-Ever Comprehensive Plan Looks at Zilker's Future
First-Ever Comprehensive Plan Looks at Zilker's Future
The Zilker Park Vision Plan starts rolling

Lina Fisher, July 8, 2021

ACLU Warns Border Counties: Abbott’s Setting You Up
ACLU Warns Border Counties: Abbott’s Setting You Up
County officials warned they’ll be flouting Constitution and federal law if they follow governor’s immigration edict

Mary Tuma, July 8, 2021

Has AISD Cleared its Special Education Backlog, or Not?
Has AISD Cleared its Special Education Backlog, or Not?
After July 1 deadline, 77 evaluations still not complete

Clara Ence Morse, July 7, 2021

Daniel Perry Will Stand Trial for Murder of BLM Protester Garrett Foster
Daniel Perry Will Stand Trial for Murder of BLM Protester Garrett Foster
Army sgt. indicted for murder, aggravated assault, deadly conduct

Brant Bingamon, July 2, 2021

Bullock Museum Cancels
Bullock Museum Cancels "Forget the Alamo" Program Under Pressure
Right-wing outrage scuttles writers' virtual event (for now)

Mike Clark-Madison, July 1, 2021

Civics 101

July 1, 2021

Headlines / Quote of the Week
Headlines / Quote of the Week

July 1, 2021

With Equity in Mind, Austin Embarks on Bringing Its History Up to Date
With Equity in Mind, Austin Embarks on Bringing Its History Up to Date
So many more stories to tell

Clara Ence Morse, July 1, 2021

Texas Dems Go to Court to Block Abbott's Funding Veto
Texas Dems Go to Court to Block Abbott's Funding Veto
Filing says governor’s defunding of Lege is invalid

Mike Clark-Madison, July 1, 2021

New AISD Budget Leans Into Boosting Enrollment
New AISD Budget Leans Into Boosting Enrollment
The school district is nervously eyeing the numbers looking for signs of recovery

Clara Ence Morse, July 1, 2021

Texas Bill Gives Localities a Way Past State Obstruction to Medicaid
Texas Bill Gives Localities a Way Past State Obstruction to Medicaid
Lloyd Doggett looks to get Medicaid to more

Beth Sullivan, July 1, 2021

Austin at Large: The Rules No Longer Apply
Austin at Large: The Rules No Longer Apply
Create decent housing for all Austinites (1 million and counting). Is it really so hard?

Mike Clark-Madison, July 1, 2021

Progressives Push to Get Justice Reforms on November Ballot
Progressives Push to Get Justice Reforms on November Ballot
Doggett bill gives localities a way past state obstruction

Austin Sanders, July 1, 2021

Public Notice: A Fresh Take on Development
Public Notice: A Fresh Take on Development
City’s new “one-stop” permitting shop opens at Highland

Nick Barbaro, July 1, 2021

Amid COVID Chaos, STAAR Scores Take Dive
Amid COVID Chaos, STAAR Scores Take Dive
Number of students taking standardized tests also drops

Kimberly Reeves, July 1, 2021

Travis County Settles With Sexual Assault Survivors
Travis County Settles With Sexual Assault Survivors
$580,000 settlement reached in three-year legal battle over handling of sexual assault cases

Sarah Marloff, June 24, 2021

Roll, Colorado, Roll: Rowing Dock Makes Waves With Black Austin Tours
Roll, Colorado, Roll: Rowing Dock Makes Waves With Black Austin Tours
Javier Wallace teaches Austinites about the connection between the Colorado River and Black history

Cody Song, June 24, 2021

Despite Disaster, Austin Leveled Up in the 2020 Census
Despite Disaster, Austin Leveled Up in the 2020 Census
Austin-Travis County was the only city-county pair in Texas to beat its 2010 census response rate

Lina Fisher, June 24, 2021

Death Watch: The Stays Stop Here?
Death Watch: The Stays Stop Here?
After a quiet COVID season, Texas' death row machine rumbles back to life

Brant Bingamon, June 24, 2021

Civics 101

June 24, 2021

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