The Austin Strategic Mobility Plan guides Austin's transportation planning and implementation over the next 20 years.
Residents at the Muller Flats Apartments in East Austin are fed up and frustrated. The winter storm left many with damage and unlivable living situations.
Dianna Grey took the homeless strategy officer job three months ago in Austin. She said a lot has already begun to transpire since day one.
The wheels are now beginning to turn on an Austin City Council-approved plan to address the homeless camping issue.
A fire at the Buford Tower in downtown Austin has been ruled incendiary and its exact cause is still under investigation.
After more than 20 years serving in the Austin Police Department, Joseph Chacon takes the reins, following former chief Brian Manley's retirement.
If the blueprints criteria are met, a pilot cadet class could begin in June, says the city of Austin.
Supporters of Proposition F said it gives voters more control of their government, while opponents say it removes community input.
The Austin City Council will vote on Item 37 Thursday, which would reinstate the city's police academy by June.
The City of Austin is offering a series of six courses designed and taught by experts on the cooperative business model.
There is a short online survey on the city's website where residents can share their opinions.
The Texas Attorney General is throwing his support behind Governor Abbott's decision to lift the statewide mask mandate.
The procedure, performed for aesthetic reasons, is now punishable with a fine. Still, veterinarians are able to perform the procedure if it is medically necessary.
Austin City Council voted yes to a resolution to begin racial reconciliation at the local, state, and federal levels.
The funds are in addition to the $160 million in funds approved in November 2018 and $720 million voters approved in November 2016.
Austin City Council approved a series of measures designed to avoid high utility bills as a result of last month’s extreme freezing temperatures.
If passed, the resolution would acknowledge the City of Austin's role in disenfranchising Black residents.
Officials with Austin Energy and Austin Water are speaking with Austin City Council members regarding the February winter storm.
The Texas Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of Save Austin Now PAC's lawsuit alleging that ballot language passed by the Austin City Council was unfair, prejudicial, and distorts the actual petition language
Homeowners and tenants in Austin are still dealing with burst pipes, and in some places still no running water.