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UT Students Sanctioned for Conduct During Pro-Palestinian Protest
Four students disciplined by the UT-Austin have chosen to accept their punishment for their actions during a pro-Palestinian protest on Dec. 8, 2023.

12:16PM Fri. Feb. 23, Madeline Duncan Read More | Comment »

Bill Would Connect ERCOT to U.S. Electric Grids
Yesterday, U.S. Rep. Greg Casar, D-Austin, held a press conference at the IBEW Local 520 headquarters off Ben White Boulevard joined by myriad environmental groups, frontline workers, and labor unions, to celebrate the filing of his Connect the Grid Act.

2:03PM Thu. Feb. 22, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Mayor Urges Closure of Fayette Coal Plant by 2029
Last Friday, Mayor Kirk Watson unexpectedly made Austin’s failure to get off coal the focus of his weekly newsletter, the Watson Wire.

2:04PM Wed. Feb. 21, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Point Austin: The Never-Ending Story

MASS SHOOTING AT SUPER BOWL VICTORY PARADE!!!

3:20PM Tue. Feb. 20, Michael King Read More | Comment »

City and County Approve One Year Extension for Central Booking Agreement
The city of Austin and Travis County have shared custody of the Downtown Central Booking facility since 1988.

1:25PM Mon. Feb. 19, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Quick Guide to Chronicle Endorsements for 2024 Primary Election
The Chronicle Editorial Board provides the following endorsements to Democrats in advance of early voting (Feb. 20 through March 1) and election day, Tuesday, March 5. We urge readers to be thorough with their ballots and cast a vote in every contest. See the original version of these endorsements with explanations for our choices in each race.

7:00AM Sun. Feb. 18, The Chronicle Editorial Board Read More | Comment »

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D.A. Challenger Funded Primarily by Right Wing Donors, Wealthy West Austinites
Big money is flowing into the Travis County district attorney Democratic primary. Interestingly, D.A. José Garza’s challenger, Jeremy Sylestine, raised several times as much as the incumbent, according to the latest campaign finance reports filed by each candidate.

2:51PM Fri. Feb. 16, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Blues on the Green Back On, Thanks to City Council and H-E-B
Blues on the Green will officially head back to Zilker Park this summer, organizers Austin City Limits Radio announced Friday. The beloved free concert series, which was canceled in January due to rising costs, is back on thanks to city co-sponsorship and increased financial support from H-E-B.

1:10PM Fri. Feb. 16, Carys Anderson Read More | Comment »

Texas Council on Family Violence Names Austin Teen Activist of the Year
In observance of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, the Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) will present Austin ISD senior Ingrid Smith the activist of the year award at an event for the Texas Advocacy Project on Feb. 24.

4:45PM Wed. Feb. 14, Madeline Duncan Read More | Comment »

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