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Execution Stayed
The Court of Criminal Appeals today stayed the execution of Larry Swearingen, sending the case back to the trial court for further review.

3:49PM Thu. Jul. 28, 2011, Jordan Smith Read More | Comment »

TDH: 7/28/11
Hey there, the Hustle here with a reminder City Council meets today. They convene to a crowded agenda; for a preview, peep this week's column. You can also follow me on Twitter for live updates from the meeting. Take it easy!

8:17AM Thu. Jul. 28, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

Perry's Iowa Math
So how do you run in the Iowa GOP's presidential straw poll without running in the Iowa presidential straw poll? If you're Gov Rick Perry, it's simple: Let someone else run a write-in campaign for you.

2:00PM Wed. Jul. 27, 2011, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

The Hustle says GOOD DAY, sir!
TDH: 7/26/11
Between the upcoming city budget unveiling, revived action on Water Treatment Plant No. 4 and a plastic bag ban, it's tough to keep track of your municipal initiatives. Luckily, the Hustle was on FOX 7's Good Day Austin this AM to kick the ballistics.

11:49AM Tue. Jul. 26, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

TDH: 7/25/11
Plastic bag ban? Water Treatment Plant No. 4 revolt? The Hustle tried to steal away a little summer downtime last week, but the deluge of announcements since proves City Council (and yours truly) will stay busy all week long.

12:28PM Mon. Jul. 25, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

Worst. Drought. Ever?
The Lower Colorado River Authority announced at its monthly drought press conference this morning that inflows into the Highland Lakes have dropped to 1% of their average flows.

3:16PM Thu. Jul. 21, 2011, Ramon Martinez Read More | Comment »

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TDH: 7/19/11
Austin: Nifty after fifty! That's the gist of an ABC World News report on central Texas – and Austin in particular – as a "retirement hotspot." Because if there's one thing this city was lacking, it's aging boomers.

11:23AM Tue. Jul. 19, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

Perry, Pakistan, and the Bush Revival
Why in the world would Gov. Rick Perry choose to have lunch with exiled Pakistani military dictator Pervez Musharraf? And, just as importantly, why would Musharraf want to meet with the Texas governor? Those are the questions we put to international affairs consultant Dan Grant.

1:22AM Tue. Jul. 19, 2011, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

TDH: 7/18/11
There’s still a week and a half until Kathie Tovo’s first full, regularly scheduled City Council meeting. The 133-item draft agenda for that July 28 meeting is already up, but the most controversial item may not be posted yet: a potential item from Tovo and Laura Morrison delaying implementation of expanded pay parking hours Downtown.

2:08PM Mon. Jul. 18, 2011, Wells Dunbar Read More | Comment »

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