The ban makes it illegal to camp in certain places, sit or lie on public sidewalks and panhandle at night. Council will vote to certify the votes and the ban will take place May 11th.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler joined Good Day Austin live via Zoom Sunday morning to talk about the passage of Austin's Prop B which will reinstate the homeless camping ban.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler tweeted that people who have voted early thus far are older and more Republican.
If passed, Prop B would restore the city-wide camping ban, reinstate the sit and lie ordinance in parts of downtown and the UT Austin campus, and eliminate panhandling from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Councilmember Alison Alter authored the resolution after the shooting deaths of Amanda Broderick, Alyssa Broderick, and Willie Simmons III.
Austin-area and Texas leaders are responding to the guilty verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Community First! Village currently is home to more than 220 formerly homeless who live in permanent homes in the 51-acre community.
A fire at the Buford Tower in downtown Austin has been ruled incendiary and its exact cause is still under investigation.
Austin and Travis County's mask mandate remains in place. But, local officials have conflicting opinions on how counties should handle the situation.
Friday Judge Lora Livingston of the 261st District Civil Court ruled that Austin and Travis County’s mask mandates can remain in place.
Rebecca Thomas talks to Lynn Meredith, the summit chair, about the different recommendations Austin has been giving to change its approach to homelessness.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler is speaking out against the recent increase in crimes that target the country's Asian American Pacific Islander community.
The Texas AG’s office has officially filed suit in district court to ask for a temporary restraining order on the local mask rule until a hearing is held.
The Texas Attorney General is throwing his support behind Governor Abbott's decision to lift the statewide mask mandate.
In Austin and Travis County masks are still mandatory. The fear of a possible surge from the upcoming Spring Break is reason enough to go against the state according to County Judge Andy Brown.
The City of Austin is pushing back against Governor Abbott's decision to lift the mask mandate on March 10.
If things continue this way, Escott said he may recommend we drop down to stage three risk guidelines and possibly flirt with stage two in the late spring. But that doesn't mean letting down your guard.
Republican Texas State Rep. Bryan Slaton has filed a bill in the Texas House of Representatives asking that a portion of I-35 in Austin be renamed the Steve Adler Public Restroom Highway.
On Thursday, the Austin City Council will hold a special-called meeting to address immediate needs following the severe winter storm last week.
Cases and cases of water were unloaded from truck beds across Austin Sunday for those without access to safe drinking water.