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Austin at Large: Everything’s Different Now
Austin at Large: Everything’s Different Now
The new normal requires a lot of willpower, but also the chance to do things better

News, April 2, 2020

UT Modeling Shows Stark Future Without Social Distancing
UT Modeling Shows Stark Future Without Social Distancing
Without strict shelter-in-place, local hospitals overwhelmed by May

News, March 27, 2020

"Stay Home, Work Safe" Orders Issued for Central Texas
Urgent measures deemed essential to combat spread of COVID-19

News, March 24, 2020

COVID-19: Austin, Travis County Should Prepare to Shelter in Place
COVID-19: Austin, Travis County Should Prepare to Shelter in Place
Updated: New measures expected to take effect at midnight Tuesday

News, March 23, 2020

With Community Spread, Austin Enters
With Community Spread, Austin Enters "Critical Stage" of COVID-19 Pandemic
Keep your distance, take your temperature, more tests coming

News, March 20, 2020

Austin Hunkers Down and Waits as the Pandemic Grows
Austin Hunkers Down and Waits as the Pandemic Grows
It’s closing time

News, March 19, 2020

Austin Closes Bars, Dining Rooms in Latest COVID-19 Measures
Austin Closes Bars, Dining Rooms in Latest COVID-19 Measures
Gatherings of 10 or more prohibited; orders in effect through May 1

News, March 17, 2020

Austin Expected to Shut Down Bars, Dining and More Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Adler, Eckhardt to announce next steps 11am Tuesday, March 17

News, March 16, 2020

Eddie Rodriguez and Sarah Eckhardt Jump Into State Senate Fray</b>
Eddie Rodriguez and Sarah Eckhardt Jump Into State Senate Fray
State rep. and county judge enter race to succeed Watson

News, March 12, 2020

Big, Bold, and Costly: Austin’s Makes a Third Try at Rail Transit
Big, Bold, and Costly: Austin’s Makes a Third Try at Rail Transit
The train is here

News, March 12, 2020

Eckhardt Resigns as Travis County Judge, Enters State Senate Race
Eckhardt Resigns as Travis County Judge, Enters State Senate Race
Predecessor Sam Biscoe appointed to fill seat until November election

News, March 10, 2020

New Health Clinic Opens to Serve Travis County's
New Health Clinic Opens to Serve Travis County's "Eastern Crescent"
CommUnityCare brings care closer to thousands at Hornsby Bend site

News, March 9, 2020

Rep. Eddie Rodriguez Kicks Off Run for State Senate
Rep. Eddie Rodriguez Kicks Off Run for State Senate
Lege veteran aims to claim Watson's seat in special election

News, March 7, 2020

Trains! Tunnels! Billions! Austin Gets First Look at Proposed Transit Plan
Austin Gets First Look at Transit Proposal
Next steps: public input, May Council vote, November election

News, March 6, 2020

More Money, More Options for I-35
More Money, More Options for I-35
The decades-long plan to rebuild Interstate 35 through the heart of Austin is picking up speed

News, March 5, 2020

Final Results for Travis County's March 3 Democratic Primary Election
Final Results for Travis County's March 3 Democratic Primary Election
Numbers ONLY include Travis County voters

News, March 4, 2020

Travis County Early Voting Results for the March 3 Democratic Primary Election
Travis County Early Voting Results for the March 3 Democratic Primary Election
Numbers DO NOT include election day or non-Travis Co. votes

News, March 3, 2020

Revew: Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words
Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words
The conservative justice finally apologizes for it all. Nah, just kidding.

Movie Review, Feb. 28, 2020

How the Democratic Primaries Could Affect Down-Ballot Races in Austin
How the Democratic Primaries Could Affect Down-Ballot Races in Austin
See what happens when the circus is in town

News, Feb. 27, 2020

What Your Campaign Sign's Font Says About Your Politics
What Your Campaign Sign's Font Says About Your Politics
To serif or sans serif, that is the question

News, Feb. 27, 2020

City Offers $10 Million to County for Palm School
City Offers $10 Million to County for Palm School
Funds to purchase historic landmark to come from hotel tax

News, Feb. 21, 2020

Kirk Watson Resigns From Texas Senate
Kirk Watson Resigns From Texas Senate
Headed to Houston, the ex-mayor and senator reflects on his legacy

News, Feb. 20, 2020

Austin At Large: Let Me Make Things Clear
Austin At Large: Let Me Make Things Clear
Yes, we need to move ahead quickly – but not recklessly – with a new land code

News, Feb. 20, 2020

Austin and Others Convince TCEQ to Change Graywater Reuse Rules
Austin and Others Convince TCEQ to Change Graywater Reuse Rules
New rulemaking creates system of credits for beneficial reuse, incentivizes sound environmental practices

News, Feb. 20, 2020

Kirk Watson Begins His Long Goodbye
Kirk Watson Begins His Long Goodbye
Headed to Houston, the ex-mayor and senator reflects on his legacy

News, Feb. 18, 2020

Austin At Large: What Are Y'all Afraid Of?
Austin At Large: What Are Y'all Afraid Of?
Framing the gains and losses on all sides of Austin's battles over land use

News, Feb. 6, 2020

The World of Wayfinding in Austin
The World of Wayfinding in Austin
How we get from here to there in our ever-changing city

Features, Jan. 30, 2020

Mapping the Future of MetroRail's Green Line
Mapping the Future of MetroRail's Green Line
Jan. 10 is the last day to provide feedback on new rail line

News, Jan. 9, 2020

A Month-by-Month Guide to Election 2020 Madness
A Month-by-Month Guide to Election 2020 Madness
From local policy to the national election, we just want you to vote, OK?

News, Jan. 9, 2020

Austin at Large: Take It From a Ninja ...
Austin at Large: Take It From a Ninja ...
The governor takes to the Twitters again to politicize a tragedy

News, Jan. 9, 2020

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