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Marching for Democracy, From Georgetown to Austin
Marching for Democracy, From Georgetown to Austin
Refusing to take even one step back

Mike Clark-Madison, July 29, 2021

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

July 29, 2021

Council’s Back! Housing Highlights Mammoth Meeting
Council’s Back! Housing Highlights Mammoth Meeting
The return marks the first in-person meeting at City Hall in more than a year

Austin Sanders, July 29, 2021

At Reed Hearing, Fennell Breaks Silence, Says
At Reed Hearing, Fennell Breaks Silence, Says "They're All Liars"
Victim's fiancé long suspected in 1996 killing, denies all guilt

Brant Bingamon, July 29, 2021

Civics 101

July 29, 2021

As COVID Surges, AISD to Offer Virtual School
As COVID Surges, AISD to Offer Virtual School
Remote option for K-6 students too young for vaccine

Clara Ence Morse, July 29, 2021

Austin Police Funding Restored; Is It Too Much, or Not Enough?
Austin Police Funding Restored; Is It Too Much, or Not Enough?
The 2020 city budget finds itself coming full circle

Austin Sanders, July 29, 2021

Austin at Large: It’s Good to Try New Things
Austin at Large: It’s Good to Try New Things
We could build more decent housing for all Austinites if we rethink what’s “normal”

Mike Clark-Madison, July 29, 2021

From Georgetown to Austin, a March to Defend Democracy
From Georgetown to Austin, a March to Defend Democracy
Barber, O’Rourke hosting 27-mile trek to force action on voting rights

Mike Clark-Madison, July 27, 2021

Austin Identifies Top Seven Candidates for Next Police Chief
Austin Identifies Top Seven Candidates for Next Police Chief
APD Interim Chief Joseph Chacon among those on the shortlist

Austin Sanders, July 26, 2021

Austin Reenters Stage 4 of COVID-19 Precautions
Austin Reenters Stage 4 of COVID-19 Precautions
Fully vaccinated residents should mask up, urge health officials

Beth Sullivan, July 23, 2021

Safer Legal Abortion? Not in This State!
Safer Legal Abortion? Not in This State!
The Texas Legislature's special session aims to trample even further on Texans' constitutional right to legal health care

Mary Tuma, July 22, 2021

A DIY Approach to Helping the Unhoused Pays Off at Camp Esperanza
A DIY Approach to Helping the Unhoused Pays Off at Camp Esperanza
No funding? No resources? No problem.

Brant Bingamon, July 22, 2021

Pro-Cop Group Submits Signatures for High-Priced Staffing Plan
Pro-Cop Group Submits Signatures for High-Priced Staffing Plan
Save Austin Now 2.0 eyes the ballot

Austin Sanders, July 22, 2021

COVID Stage 4 “Imminent” as Delta Variant Looms
COVID Stage 4 “Imminent” as Delta Variant Looms
Austin Public Health reports troubling increases in new cases and hospitalizations

Beth Sullivan, July 22, 2021

Public Notice: Masks Are Back!
Public Notice: Masks Are Back!
Plus: a November vote on pot decriminalization?

Nick Barbaro, July 22, 2021

Dems Dig In for a Long Stay in D.C.
Dems Dig In for a Long Stay in D.C.
Quorum-breakers hone message, try to dodge COVID

Kimberly Reeves, July 22, 2021

Austin at Large: Location, Location, Dislocation
Austin at Large: Location, Location, Dislocation
Decent housing for all Austinites “where it’s needed.” Where might that be?

Mike Clark-Madison, July 22, 2021

Can Rodney Reed Be Freed?
Can Rodney Reed Be Freed?
New testimony rivets court as 1996 murder case reopens

Brant Bingamon, July 22, 2021

Civics 101

July 22, 2021

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

July 22, 2021

District Attorney Drops Assault Case Against APD Officer
District Attorney Drops Assault Case Against APD Officer
D.A. Office's internal review of Gentry case uncovers previously undisclosed exculpatory evidence

Austin Sanders, July 22, 2021

COVID Hospitalizations Are on the Rise Again in Central Texas
COVID Hospitalizations Are on the Rise Again in Central Texas
Find out where to get vaccinated right now, free of charge

Kimberley Jones, July 15, 2021

Austin Grows Bigger, Murder Rate Does Not. Huh!
Austin Grows Bigger, Murder Rate Does Not. Huh!
The numbers don’t back up Save Austin Now’s fearmongering campaign

Mike Clark-Madison, July 15, 2021

Autonomous Vehicles Are Making Deliveries in South Austin
Autonomous Vehicles Are Making Deliveries in South Austin
We have seen the future, and it brought pizza

Mike Clark-Madison, July 15, 2021

Civics 101

July 15, 2021

County Rejects City's $10 Million Offer for Palm School
County Rejects City's $10 Million Offer for Palm School
The fate of the historic building at I-35 and Cesar Chavez remains in flux

Austin Sanders, July 15, 2021

Texas Dems Take the Voting Rights Fight to D.C.
Texas Dems Take the Voting Rights Fight to D.C.
Breaking quorum again, lawmakers leave state to thwart Abbott’s restrictive bill

Kimberly Reeves, July 15, 2021

City Manager Presents $4.5 Billion City Budget
City Manager Presents $4.5 Billion City Budget
2021-22 FY proposal earmarks funds for police, parks, homelessness response

Austin Sanders, July 15, 2021

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

July 15, 2021

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