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

Sept. 30, 2021

Austin Moves Up Target Date for Net-Zero Emissions Goal
Austin Moves Up Target Date for Net-Zero Emissions Goal
City emphasizes equity as it ramps up climate action

Austin Sanders, Sept. 30, 2021

New Austin Congressional District Would Help Protect GOP Incumbents
New Austin Congressional District Would Help Protect GOP Incumbents
New TX 37 has a 73.8% Democratic vote share. We should be happy, right?

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 30, 2021

Even With “Record-Breaking” Murder Numbers, Austin Is One of America’s Safest Cities. Huh!
Even With “Record-Breaking” Murder Numbers, Austin Is One of America’s Safest Cities. Huh!

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 30, 2021

Bob Libal Launches Bid for Commissioners Court
Bob Libal Launches Bid for Commissioners Court
Former Grassroots Leadership executive director challenges Brigid Shea in 2022 Dem primary

Lina Fisher, Sept. 30, 2021

Solving Georgian Acres' Mobility Problem With Buses, Bikes, and Scooters
Solving Georgian Acres' Mobility Problem With Buses, Bikes, and Scooters
Solar-powered mobility hub planned for "transit desert"

Lina Fisher, Sept. 30, 2021

Public Notice: The City's Day in Court
Public Notice: The City's Day in Court
Plus: $100 million buses; $0.00 fares

Nick Barbaro, Sept. 30, 2021

UT Architecture Fellowship Explores Race in Spaces
UT Architecture Fellowship Explores Race in Spaces
Environmental psychologist Todd Brown to teach workshops on designing for inclusion

Lina Fisher, Sept. 30, 2021

Travis County Voter Registration Deadline Is Oct. 4
Travis County Voter Registration Deadline Is Oct. 4
Early voting: Oct. 18-29

Beth Sullivan, Sept. 30, 2021

Austin at Large: And Our House Is Your House
Austin at Large: And Our House Is Your House
What did you do today to provide decent housing where it's needed for everyone?

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 30, 2021

Austin Police Live by Their Own COVID Rules, It Seems
Austin Police Live by Their Own COVID Rules, It Seems
A closer look at vaccine and mask policies among Austin's first responders

Austin Sanders, Sept. 30, 2021

Eighth Street Survivors Still Wait for Resolution From the City and APD
Eighth Street Survivors Still Wait for Resolution From the City and APD
Sixteen months later, civil and criminal cases move slowly

Brant Bingamon, Sept. 29, 2021

Dr. Van Boven Goes to the State's Highest Court
Dr. Van Boven Goes to the State's Highest Court
Beleaguered doctor appeals personally to clear his name

Michael King, Sept. 29, 2021

Van Boven vs. the Texas Medical Board: Now At the State's Highest Court
Van Boven vs. the Texas Medical Board: Now At the State's Highest Court
Hearing latest step in doctor's lengthy fight

Michael King, Sept. 28, 2021

Why You Should Care About Redistricting
Why You Should Care About Redistricting
LISTEN: The Austin Chronicle Show on KOOP 91.7 FM

Kimberley Jones, Sept. 24, 2021

TinyFest Texas: Let’s Get Small
TinyFest Texas: Let’s Get Small
Tiny houses on wheels, shipping container homes, and more

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 23, 2021

Public Notice: Our COVID Problem, in Two Charts
Public Notice: Our COVID Problem, in Two Charts
Why we’re not leaving Stage 5 any time real soon

Nick Barbaro, Sept. 23, 2021

Death Watch: Supreme Court Halts John Henry Ramirez's Execution Over Religious Freedom Appeal
Death Watch: Supreme Court Halts John Henry Ramirez's Execution Over Religious Freedom Appeal
Court will hear Ramirez's case for pastor's touch during execution this fall

Brant Bingamon, Sept. 23, 2021

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

Sept. 23, 2021

Pressure Grows for Austin to Settle With Protesters Injured by APD
Pressure Grows for Austin to Settle With Protesters Injured by APD
Nearly a dozen of those most seriously injured last summer are suing the city

Brant Bingamon, Sept. 23, 2021

New Districts Set the Stage for the Politics of the 2020s
New Districts Set the Stage for the Politics of the 2020s
The city and state begin to show their work

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 23, 2021

What Happened After Last Summer's Black Lives Matter Protests? APD Won't Say.
What Happened After Last Summer's Black Lives Matter Protests? APD Won't Say.
City doesn't want to make after-action report reviewing APD's response public

Austin Sanders, Sept. 23, 2021

Travis County Voter Registration Deadline Is Oct. 4
Travis County Voter Registration Deadline Is Oct. 4
Early voting: Oct. 18-29

Beth Sullivan, Sept. 23, 2021

Civics 101

Sept. 23, 2021

Austin at Large: Your House Is Our House
Austin at Large: Your House Is Our House
Reconnecting to a vision of an Austin where everyone can live, despite our failures

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 23, 2021

City Manager Names Interim Chief Joseph Chacon as Chief of Austin PD
City Manager Names Interim Chief Joseph Chacon as Chief of Austin PD
APD veteran awaits City Council confirmation next week

Austin Sanders, Sept. 22, 2021

Celia Israel Makes
Celia Israel Makes "Exploratory" Move Toward 2022 Mayor's Race
State rep not seeking a fifth term in Texas House

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 22, 2021

Reveling in Heartless Bastards' New Album and the Return of the Fall Arts Season
Reveling in Heartless Bastards' New Album and the Return of the Fall Arts Season
LISTEN: The Austin Chronicle Show on KOOP FM

Kimberley Jones, Sept. 17, 2021

Record-Breaking Murder Count, Still a Low Murder Rate. Huh!
Record-Breaking Murder Count, Still a Low Murder Rate. Huh!

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 16, 2021

Live From (Your Laptop on) Congress Avenue, It's #TribFest2021!
Live From (Your Laptop on) Congress Avenue, It's #TribFest2021!
The virtual Texas Tribune Festival kicks off on Sept. 20

Mike Clark-Madison, Sept. 16, 2021

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