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Senate Votes to Ban Insurance Coverage for Abortion
On Tuesday, the Texas Senate approved a bill that prohibits abortion coverage under both private and public insurance plans, marking one of the first pieces of anti-abortion legislation to make it through a preliminary vote on the floor.

8:00AM Wed. May 6, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Casar Calls Out Landlords
As the city continues to gentrify, many Austinites may more readily think of food trucks than homes when they hear “trailer park.”

9:00AM Tue. May 5, Amy Kamp Read More | Comment »

Jade Helm and Tinfoil Hats
The Republican far right has become like the Terminator. It can't be reasoned with. As shown by the GOP response to "Jade Helm 15," the federal special forces training operation taking place partially in Texas, logic has long been sacrificed.

7:30AM Tue. May 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

News Roundup: Protests and Presidents
In this week's News Roundup, protests of everything from police brutality to toll roads; Council looks forward to a busy week; the presidential race heats up; and more.

7:30AM Mon. May 4, the News Staff Read More | Comment »

Will Metz Stay Open?
Eastside residents gathered outside the Metz pool Wednesday, April 29, to protest the city’s decision to close the facility for the summer after determining it was leaking too much water.

7:00AM Mon. May 4, Tony Cantú Read More | Comment »

Parsing Buehler for Public Safety
Friday’s news that Council Member Don Zimmerman plans to nominate controversial cop-watching activist Antonio Buehler to the city’s Public Safety Commission doesn’t mean yet that Buehler’s actually on the commission, but it does mean that associated parties have had to establish their positions.

10:48AM Sun. May 3, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

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More Fun with City Commissioners!
In the latest episode of District 6 City Council Member Don Zimmerman’s already checkered record of board and commission appointments, Zimmerman says he will be nominating Antonio Buehler to the Public Safety Commission, the volunteer city board that recommends public safety policies (APD, AFD, EMS) to the Council.

4:00PM Fri. May 1, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Kleinert Trial to Be in Fed Court
Federal District Judge Lee Yeakel ruled Tuesday, April 28, that the trial of Charles Kleinert, the former APD detective who is charged with the manslaughter of Larry Jackson Jr., will take place in his court.

5:23PM Tue. Apr. 28, Amy Kamp Read More | Comment »

Body Cameras for APD, but When?
Monday night’s City Council Public Safety Committee hearing took up, among other things, the topic of body cameras for Austin Police Department officers. It appeared as though all sides were in agreement that body cameras should be implemented; however, there was disagreement about the timeline for implementation and policy details.

2:45PM Tue. Apr. 28, Amy Kamp Read More | Comment »

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