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Bowl-a-Thon Returns
The National Network of Abortion Funds has launched a new, secure Bowl-a-Thon site after seven days of darkness.

4:30PM Tue. Apr. 26, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Adler to Vote "Against" Prop. 1
Mayor Stephen Adler took a break from celebrating the anniversary of his wedding Monday to proclaim his official opposition to the tenets of Proposition 1. “I believe such a vote puts Austin and the rideshare companies constructively back at the negotiating table,” proclaimed Adler during a press conference outside of City Hall.

12:15PM Mon. Apr. 25, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Fifth Officer-Involved Shooting of 2016 Reported Friday Night
The city saw its fifth officer-involved shooting of 2016 – and fourth such incident in four weeks – on Friday night when an officer shot and killed a man Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo says charged full speed at the officer with two knives in his hands.

8:30AM Mon. Apr. 25, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Attempted Sexual Assault in North Austin
Another attempted sexual assault occurred in North Austin on Sun., April 17.

6:15PM Wed. Apr. 20, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Face-to-Face Visitation Returns to Travis County
In-person visits returned to the Travis County Correctional Complex on Tuesday, marking the first time since 2013 that inmates have been able to communicate on-site with their loved ones face-to-face through Plexiglas panes – and not video conference terminals installed by a for-profit company.

3:55PM Wed. Apr. 20, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Council Recap: A Dissent Into Satanism
The next time a constituent complains about Council wasting time, last week’s unnecessary debate will surely be high on the list of examples.

11:47AM Tue. Apr. 19, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

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Farewell to Junior the Wendy's Guy
For years, he was a friendly face around the Texas Union: running around with a smile, taking everyone’s orders, and making a fast food joint into something a little special. To staff and students, he was Junior the Wendy’s Guy, and he sadly passed away on Monday.

2:58PM Thu. Apr. 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

APD Officer Shot in Thursday Morning SWAT Standoff
An Austin Police officer is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries after being shot in the knee early Thursday morning during a SWAT standoff in North Austin. His injury marks the second non-life-threatening gunshot wound an APD officer has incurred in the past two weeks.

9:18AM Thu. Apr. 14, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Council Recap: Water and Housing
With Mayor Steve Adler back on the dais, City Council passed measures during its April 7 meeting related to affordable housing, ground transportation chauffeurs, excessive water bills, and zoning to allow for a Boys and Girls Club facility in District 1.

4:05PM Fri. Apr. 8, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

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Levitation Rain Checks Weather-displaced festival re-collects in the clubs
Levitation 2016 Cancelled Stormy forecast pulls plug on weekend fest
Page Two: The Problem With Prop. 1 When someone is lying to you about something, it is usually best not to endorse and empower them
Prop. 1 Campaign Switches Into High Gear As more take sides on the Uber / Lyft debate, allegations of being bought out are traded