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Michael King

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TWITTER: @PointAustin

Staff writer and former news editor Michael King has reported on city and state politics for the Chronicle since 2000. He was educated at Indiana University and Yale, and from 1977 to 1985 taught at UT-Austin. He has been the editor of the Houston Press and The Texas Observer, and has reported and written widely on education, politics, and cultural subjects.

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Three More Casualties of Austin's Growth

A deadly accident in West Campus highlights the dangers of construction work in Texas

News Feature, Jun. 19, 2009

Point Austin: They Died in Your City

Austin is built by workers subject to institutionalized injustice

News Column, Jun. 19, 2009

Point Austin: Out of Balance

As we sit down to balance the books, we might consider our largest deficits

News Column, Jun. 12, 2009

A Progressive Pilgrim’s Progress

Robert Jensen's new memoir is an extended meditation on his tentative return to the Presbyterian church of his youth.

Books Daily, Jun. 10, 2009 12:02 PM

Point Austin: The Capitol Circus Decamps

Did we learn anything more than the meaning of 'chub'?

News Column, Jun. 5, 2009

Beside the Point: Solid Waste: Willie Rhodes Slides Sideways

City announces SWS 'reorganization' – Rhodes to head 'Code Compliance'

News Column, Jun. 5, 2009

Holly Street Hoopla

An attempt to develop a Neighborhood Plan Contact Team for Holly Street went down in flames – again

News Feature, Jun. 5, 2009

Point Austin: In Memoriam

How can we best honor those who have died in our names?

News Column, May. 29, 2009

Point Austin: The Super Looks Back

Retiring Pat Forgione considers a decade mostly well spent

News Column, May. 22, 2009

Point Austin: About Those Voting Rights

Colorblind ain't the same as blind

News Column, May. 15, 2009

Eastside Police Shooting: One Man Dead, One Wounded

Officials ask for calm and patience from the community

News Feature, May. 15, 2009

Strayhorn, Ingalls, and the Comeback That Wasn't

After running an attack-filled campaign, Strayhorn gracious in defeat

News Feature, May. 15, 2009

The Kinkster Returns: This Time as a Democrat

He's at it again

News Feature, May. 15, 2009

Sniffing Sine Die

Taking stock of the 81st Lege

News Feature, May. 8, 2009

Experience and Identity

Place 1 opponents offer different bios, styles, priorities

News Feature, May. 1, 2009

Dumb Strategy, Flawed Execution

News Feature, May. 1, 2009

Point Austin: On Voting, Endorsements, and Sincerity

It's put up or shut up time at the municipal polls

News Column, May. 1, 2009

Two Snapshots, One Problem

Hispanics won battles this week that they shouldn't have had to fight

News Feature, Apr. 24, 2009

Point Austin: Torture and History

Revelations of the Bush torture programs are only the first step

News Column, Apr. 24, 2009

Point Austin: Astroturf and Grass

More than one way to spark a demonstration

News Column, Apr. 17, 2009

Point Austin: Madness in Many Packages

From Highland Mall to PACT, the lunatics are at large

News Column, Apr. 10, 2009

Point Austin: Campaign Trailing

A few notes from the run-up to your own participatory government

News Column, Apr. 3, 2009

Point Austin: Legitimate Public Concern

The Keller prosecution is an enduring stain on Austin's honor and sense of justice

News Column, Mar. 27, 2009

Point Austin: Removing the Mask

Hard times reveal the way things actually work

News Column, Mar. 20, 2009

SXSW Film

Reviews and interviews

Screens Feature, Mar. 20, 2009

Point Austin: Indelicate Balances

Political compromise depends on who's holding the cards

News Column, Mar. 13, 2009

Point Austin: Give Perry a Brain Scan

Governors who reject federal stimulus money need their heads examined

News Column, Mar. 6, 2009

Point Austin: Board Games

The AISD trustees play superintendent poker – by uneven rules

News Column, Feb. 27, 2009

Point Austin: Levy Steps Back ... and Shoots Long

Running the city is easier campaigned than done

News Column, Feb. 20, 2009

Point Austin: Welcome to Hard Times

Ausitn Interfaith's summit addresses economic plans, current crisis

News Column, Feb. 13, 2009

Point Austin: The Way of the Strayhorn

Carole's for Austin. Is Austin for Carole?

News Column, Feb. 6, 2009

Point Austin: Left Unstated

A few omissions in the governor's State of the State

News Column, Jan. 30, 2009

Point Austin: 'Embrace What Is Right'

On Obama, what it means … and what it doesn't

News Column, Jan. 23, 2009

Disagreeing to Agree

With contract negotiations suspended, Austin firefighters look inward for a change

News Feature, Jan. 16, 2009

Point Austin: MUD Rising

Canyon Creek voting-rights lawsuit goes to the Supremes

News Column, Jan. 16, 2009

Welcome to the 81st

Will a new speaker and more Democrats spell 'change' at the Capitol?

News Feature, Jan. 9, 2009

Point Austin: Welcome to 2009

From foreign wars to local follies, the world still turns

News Column, Jan. 9, 2009

City to Firefighters: No More Talks

The AFA asks to resume negotiations – Ott says no

News Feature, Jan. 2, 2009

Point Austin: A Few More Shoes

An Iraqi journalist waves goodbye to the Bush era

News Column, Dec. 26, 2008

Gale Rumor Untrue

Speculation about cause of death lead to inaccurate accusations about shelter provision

News Daily, Dec. 19, 2008 6:42 PM

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