The pressure to strike the right note with artists, staff, and customers has many Austin venue owners proceeding with caution.
That includes 62-year-old veteran Phillip Hooker, who says he was without water for over a week, and he has now been without hot water for 18 days.
The Austin Police Department is looking for a man they say robbed two food trucks in Northeast Austin in an 80-minute span on March 1.
Dr. Mark Escott warns of a spring COVID-19 surge being very possible if Central Texas becomes complacent.
100 Black Men of Austin and several partners hosted a 10-week stock market game to teach financial literacy to middle and high school students.
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.
The City of Austin's website is scheduled to go offline from 4 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday for routine maintenance.
According to court paperwork, he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman he initially met on a CapMetro bus in North Austin in 2017.
Huston-Tillotson is Austin’s oldest institution of higher learning and the only historically black college and university located in Central Texas
Austin Public Health held its weekly news conference to talk about COVID-19 in the area and discuss vaccine distribution, masks, and more.
A woman has died after a crash in Northeast Austin. The crash happened on March 4 just before 10 p.m. at Cameron Road and East St. Johns.
Austin City Council voted yes to a resolution to begin racial reconciliation at the local, state, and federal levels.
Here is a list of establishments that will still be requiring masks upon entry, despite the mask mandate being lifted on March 10th.
Courtney Manuel, CEO of I Live Here, I Give Here, joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about Amplify Austin Day and how can participate and give back.
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.
The City of Austin says it continues to coordinate response and recovery efforts for the community in response to the February winter storm.
The ATX Television Festival is back for its 10th year. It will go on for 10 days and be virtual for the second year in a row.
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If passed, the resolution would acknowledge the City of Austin's role in disenfranchising Black residents.