Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says he thinks Dallas should have a second NFL team if the league were to expand but Austin Mayor Steve Adler says, "wouldn't Austin be a lot cooler if it happened?"
The City of Austin is looking at giving 85 people $1,000 each month. It's part of a Guaranteed Income program they're testing out to help struggling residents.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler had tested positive for COVID-19 on April 3, according to the city. He has now been cleared by his doctor and Austin Public Health.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, April 3. Adler says he only has mild symptoms, thanks to getting the vaccine and booster.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Andy Brown have issued a local state of disaster in response to severe winter weather conditions.
Both Governor Greg Abbott and Beto O'Rourke recently held meetings with groups of Texas mayors to discuss current issues.
“One of the scariest, silent challenges Austin faces is ensuring cyber security for our infrastructure and operations," Adler said. "It is an honor to be appointed by the Biden Administration to serve on the first CISA Cybersecurity Advisory Committee.”
A lack of confidence, in a way, is being used to justify keeping the Austin area at Stage 3. That recommendation was made despite trigger points, involving COVID cases and hospitalizations, being at the Stage 2 level.
Austin city leaders are evaluating event safety plans after eight people died and hundreds were injured at Astroworld Music Fest in Houston.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Andy Brown have extended orders protecting residents and commercial properties from eviction through Dec. 31, 2021.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about the latest executive order from Governor Greg Abbott.
Austin City Council worked late into the evening and confirmed Joseph Chacon to lead the Austin Police Department.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler joined Good Day Austin's Casey Claiborne this morning to talk about COVID-19 and "misinformation" happening in the community.
The two highlighted Democrats' priorities in the forthcoming Build Back Better Act which aims to strengthen health care access for Texas families.
Mayor Steve Adler addressed three key topics he says are impacted by misinformation: COVID-19, crime rates and homelessness.
Travis County Judge Andy Brown joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about the new mask mandates ordered for public schools and city and county buildings.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Andy Brown have signed orders requiring masks in public schools and city/county buildings.
With the city on the verge of going to Stage 5 COVID guidelines and cases rising, Mayor Adler discusses the need for more people to get vaccinated.
Adler is urging City Manager Spencer Cronk to require city employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as cases have surged due to the Delta variant.
The mountain of new COVID-19 cases has already put Williamson County into the red phase and it is possible Travis County may move into Stage 5.