Mike Clark-Madison

91-120 of 980 entries
Austin at Large: The Way to Safety
Austin at Large: The Way to Safety
The cops are useless against COVID. But they have all the money.

News, June 18, 2020

With COVID-19 Cases Surging, City Moves to Stage 4 Alert
With COVID-19 Cases Surging, City Moves to Stage 4 Alert
Officials urge Austinites to "flatten the curve again"

News, June 15, 2020

City, County Officials Warn COVID-19 Is Surging
City, County Officials Warn COVID-19 Is Surging
Austin Public Health: "We have the ability to change this"

News, June 11, 2020

A Tidal Wave of People Batter the Foundations of Austin’s Structural Racism
A Tidal Wave of People Batter the Foundations of Austin’s Structural Racism
Thousands took to Downtown and Eastside streets to say, emphatically, that Black Lives Matter

News, June 11, 2020

City, Cap Metro Commit to “Historic” Transit Expansion Plan
City, Cap Metro Commit to “Historic” Transit Expansion Plan
Plan includes new rail lines and enhancements to the current MetroRail Red Line, MetroRapid, and MetroBus service

News, June 11, 2020

Austin at Large: And Still, We Rise
Austin at Large: And Still, We Rise
Austin has liberated itself from exhausted narratives before. It’s time to do it again.

News, June 11, 2020

“I Want Peace, but I Want Justice First”
“I Want Peace, but I Want Justice First”
Austinites protested against police brutality. Police responded with brutal force.

News, June 4, 2020

Austin At Large: Unsafe Together
Austin At Large: Unsafe Together
The highway before us is littered with risks, but it’s the only way to go

News, June 4, 2020

A Black Man Is in Critical Condition After Being Struck With “Less Lethal Impact Munitions” at Sunday's Demonstration
A Black Man Is in Critical Condition After Being Struck With “Less Lethal Impact Munitions” at Sunday's Demonstration
Chief Brian Manley addressed police response at Monday presser

News, June 1, 2020

As Bars Go Wild, Austin Prepares for Inevitable Second Wave
As Bars Go Wild, Austin Prepares for Inevitable Second Wave
Miss the coronavirus? It'll be back!

News, May 28, 2020

Austin At Large: Cars That Go “Boom!”
Austin At Large: Cars That Go “Boom!”
Let’s never be desperate enough to hook up with Elon Musk, OK?

News, May 28, 2020

Austin At Large: Chronicles of Deaths, Foretold
Austin At Large: Chronicles of Deaths, Foretold
The coronavirus works for free and cares not about its approval rating

News, May 21, 2020

New Findings Shed Light on Oakwood Chapel Burials
New Findings Shed Light on Oakwood Chapel Burials
Remains at city’s oldest cemetery were exhumed, studied, and now await reinterment

News, May 21, 2020

Climbing Infections Be Damned, Phase 2 of the
Climbing Infections Be Damned, Phase 2 of the "Open Texas" Plan Begins
Greg Abbott hits the gas, tries to outrun virus

News, May 21, 2020

COVID-19 Is Still Here, but Texas Wants Us to Move On
COVID-19 Is Still Here, but Texas Wants Us to Move On
That's not an order

News, May 14, 2020

Austin at Large: Stupidity – It’s Not Essential
Austin at Large: Stupidity – It’s Not Essential
It’s absurd out there, but you can still make good decisions, now and in November

News, May 14, 2020

Austin At Large: Keep Your Eyes on the Road
Austin At Large: Keep Your Eyes on the Road
As we endure this age of clownery, we can have nice things in our future – even I-35

News, May 7, 2020

Even as Cases Climb, the COVID-19 Rules Begin Unraveling
Even as Cases Climb, the COVID-19 Rules Begin Unraveling
The state opens businesses up and Austin tries to keep some controls in place

News, May 7, 2020

Highways and Scooters and Impact Fees, Oh My!
Highways and Scooters and Impact Fees, Oh My!
Austin mobility plans are moving right along

News, May 7, 2020

Live From Your Kitchen Table, It's the 2020 #TribFest
Live From Your Kitchen Table, It's the 2020 #TribFest
Texas Tribune to go virtual for 10th annual ideas festival

News, May 1, 2020

Austin at Large: People, Get Ready
Austin at Large: People, Get Ready
We can all be responsible Austinites – now that we know what that requires

News, April 30, 2020

Texas Is Reopening, but Local Leaders Are Ready to Bar the Door
Texas Is Reopening, but Local Leaders Are Ready to Bar the Door
At the threshold

News, April 30, 2020

Austin COVID-19 Public Testing Enrollment Is Now Available Online
Austin COVID-19 Public Testing Enrollment Is Now Available Online
System identifies who needs a test now; no physician visit required

News, April 23, 2020

Austin at Large: Call the Cops, Send In the Clowns
Austin at Large: Call the Cops, Send In the Clowns
We could just not put up with the same old nonsense, for a change

News, April 23, 2020

Garza Leads Council Into Magistration Fray
Garza Leads Council Into Magistration Fray
Providing both defense and prosecution counsel at magistration 24/7 would cost $4.1 million annually, says Travis County

News, April 16, 2020

Austin at Large: People, Read the Zoom!
Austin at Large: People, Read the Zoom!
Don’t make me leave the house to deliver some sense to y’all in times like these

News, April 16, 2020

Texas Democrats Stay Organized Amidst the Pandemic
Texas Democrats Stay Organized Amidst the Pandemic
Get this party started

News, April 16, 2020

Austin at Large: How to Wear a Mask
Austin at Large: How to Wear a Mask
Constructive thoughts from the near side of the curve

News, April 9, 2020

Federal Funds Flowing Into Central Texas for Housing, Transit
Federal Funds Flowing Into Central Texas for Housing, Transit
Doggett announces $122 million in COVID-19 relief

News, April 3, 2020

CapMetro Drivers Test Positive for COVID-19
CapMetro Drivers Test Positive for COVID-19
Riders on affected routes ask to monitor for possible symptoms

News, April 2, 2020

« 1    BACK    1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10     NEXT    33 »
NEWSLETTERS
One click gets you all the newsletters listed below

Breaking news, arts coverage, and daily events

Can't keep up with happenings around town? We can help.

Austin's queerest news and events

New recipes and food news delivered Mondays

Eric Goodman's Austin FC column, other soccer news

Information is power. Support the free press, so we can support Austin.   Support the Chronicle