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Select Austin Public Library Locations to Reopen on May 10
The library has always been a quiet place, but it has never been completely silent, that is, until 2020 rolled around. For a long, lonely year, the stacks have sat unbrowsed, and the books have remained idle in their well-ordered positions.

10:00AM Sat. Apr. 10, Vivie Behrens Read More | Comment »

Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Props D, E, G, & H (aka Democracy Dollars)
With every election cycle, the Chronicle News team and editorial board take seriously the trust our readers have given us to navigate the issues and make our recommendations. This year, we've added opportunities for you to see and hear firsthand from the people behind the propositions on the May 1 special election ballot.

5:15PM Thu. Apr. 8, News Staff Read More | Comment »

Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Prop F (aka Strong Mayor)
With every election cycle, the Chronicle News team and editorial board take seriously the trust our readers have given us to navigate the issues and make our recommendations. This year, we've added opportunities for you to see and hear firsthand from the people behind the propositions on the May 1 special election ballot.

4:55PM Thu. Apr. 8, News Staff Read More | Comment »

Watch: Chronicle Hosts Discussion of Prop B (aka the Camping Ban)
With every election cycle, the Chronicle News team and editorial board take seriously the trust our readers have given us to navigate the issues and make our recommendations for who and what deserves your vote. This year, we've added opportunities for you to see and hear firsthand from the people behind the propositions on the May 1 special election ballot.

4:30PM Thu. Apr. 8, News Staff Read More | Comment »

City Officials Rebuke Out-of-Town Rep Wanting Austin’s Sound Levels Decided at a State Level
City officials, along with representatives from Austin’s music venues, came out in strong opposition this afternoon to HB 3813, a bill that would strip large cities of their power to regulate amplified sound coming from bars.

3:25PM Mon. Apr. 5, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Protesters Allege Austin Police Dumped Quadruple Amputee Activist Whitney Mitchell Out of Her Wheelchair
Black Lives Matter activists are demanding that Interim Police Chief Joe Chacon discipline an Austin Police officer who they say dumped activist Whitney Mitchell, a quadruple amputee, out of her wheelchair and onto the street during a protest on March 29.

12:59PM Fri. Apr. 2, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

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Travis County District Judge Upholds Austin’s Mask Rule
District Judge Lora Livingston has denied Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s petition for a temporary injunction against Austin’s public health rules requiring face masks be worn to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

6:11PM Fri. Mar. 26, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

Council Recap: Meet the New Chief, Not the Same as the Old Chief
With a unanimous vote of the City Council, Assistant Chief Joe Chacon leveled up to become interim Chief of Police, as Brian Manley retires this weekend after 30 years at the Austin Police Department.

1:20PM Fri. Mar. 26, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Texas Opens COVID-19 Vaccines to All Adults Beginning March 29
Beginning Monday, March 29, all adults in Texas will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, said the Texas Department of State Health Services today (March 23).

12:38PM Tue. Mar. 23, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

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