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White Student Union Hits UT
Last Friday, a Facebook group called the White Student Union at UT Austin made its introductory post. It wasn’t a mission statement; that came later today (Mon., Nov. 23). Instead it was a picture of University of Texas football coach Charlie Strong, with the following caption:

5:34PM Mon. Nov. 23, Nina Hernandez Read More | Comment »

Planned Parenthood Sues Texas Over Medicaid Exclusion
Planned Parenthood has filed suit against the state of Texas over its decision to exclude the reproductive health provider from the Medicaid program.

1:25PM Mon. Nov. 23, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

News Roundup: Refugees, Republicans, & Rhetoric
In this week's News Roundup: the mayor welcomes Syrian refugees to the city, and encourages homes for veterans; Austin's sole Dem congressman backpedals hard from an anti-refugee bill; the Texas Board of Education opts for ignorance (again); and more.

9:30PM Sun. Nov. 22, the News Staff Read More | Comment »

Council: Spreading the Crazy
City Council looks headed to another late evening, after several hours debating “accessory dwelling units.” Should be easier to build a granny flat in your sideyard … but you might need a Homeland Security check on prospective tenants, if D8 Council Member Don Zimmerman has his way.

9:00PM Thu. Nov. 19, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Fight for $15 Gains Momentum in Austin
Last week, fast food workers across the country took part in a Fight for $15-organized strike, demanding a $15 per hour minimum wage and the right to form a union without retaliation.

5:45PM Wed. Nov. 18, Amy Kamp Read More | Comment »

Austin Airport Back up to Speed
Something for which to be thankful: As of yesterday Austin Bergstrom International Airport is running at normal levels after the Federal Aviation Authority reopened the air traffic control tower, just in time for Thanksgiving.

4:10PM Wed. Nov. 18, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Thousands of Texas Women Self-Induce Abortion, Study Finds
At least 100,000 Texas women (from age 18 to 49) have attempted to terminate a pregnancy without medical assistance, unprecedented research shows.

10:55AM Tue. Nov. 17, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Where There’s a Roof There’s a Way
Thursday’s City Council meeting may not last into the wee hours like last week’s, but the 98 Items feature plenty of Austin’s current official preoccupation: How to incentivize various forms of housing sufficient to respond to the high demand – and maybe even bend the affordability curve. One answer? Granny Flats.

8:00AM Tue. Nov. 17, Michael King Read More | Comment »

News Roundup: Buehler, Bikes, & Uber
In this week's News Roundup: The Uber/Lyft alliance battles City Council for the hearts and minds of Austin residents; charges against activist Antonio Buehler are dropped (again); Austin wins recognition for its bike-friendly infrastructure; and more ...

9:45AM Mon. Nov. 16, the News Staff Read More | Comment »

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The Most Dangerous Man in Austin? Cody Wilson's day-to-day life is pretty routine. But the product he's selling threatens to make gun control laws obsolete.
Making the Most of EAST Ten tips to help you keep your head in the crush of the East Austin Studio Tour
Playback – Antone's New Booker: Zach Ernst Did Clifford Antone know he was grooming his nightclub's future booker when he mentored Zach Ernst?
After Intimidation, Pro-Palestine Students File Civil Rights Complaint PSC students have filed a formal complaint with the university