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APD Says Two Rape Suspects Still at Large
Two of the four men suspected of brutally robbing and raping four young women at an apartment complex on Burton Drive early on Friday, June 16, have been arrested.

4:41PM Tue. Jun. 20, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Plans for MACC Renovation Underway
After a year of planning, the city’s Parks & Recreation Department and CasaBella Architects finally brought the public into discussions of efforts to reimagine the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, known as the MACC, with a public input meeting on Saturday (June 17).

11:20AM Tue. Jun. 20, Maria Mendez Read More | Comment »

Kellers Exonerated!
In a statement released early Tuesday morning, Travis County District Attorney Margaret Moore said that after an extensive review of the record, she had filed a motion to dismiss the cases against Fran and Dan Keller, and Judge Cliff Brown of the 147th District Court had granted the dismissals.

9:45AM Tue. Jun. 20, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Council Wrap: Not Quite Midnight
Considering its 104-Item agenda last Thursday (June 15), City Council did pretty well to adjourn by 10:42pm. That was not without some grumbling, as well as intermittent giddy-ups from Mayor Steve Adler. The lengthiest debate concerned the Juvenile Curfew Ordinance – both amended and punted – but plenty of other business flowed under the bridge.

8:00AM Mon. Jun. 19, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Semi-Demi Youth Curfew for Now
After lengthy public testimony and a confounding dais discussion, City Council voted Thursday evening to end a school-hours youth curfew, but to maintain the existing 11pm curfew until at least Oct. 1 – while a group of staff and stakeholders meet and try to design an alternative approach.

5:00PM Fri. Jun. 16, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Council: Not According to Code
Last Thursday’s City Council meeting (June 8) scored rather low on the Richter Scale, although there were a few tremors in the morning over a task force appointment.

8:00AM Mon. Jun. 12, Michael King Read More | Comment »

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Council on Cargill: Not Today
On Thursday, in a rare rejection of a colleague’s nominee for an appointed commission seat, City Council nixed District 1 Council Member Ora Houston’s nomination of Michael Cargill to the Bond Election Advisory Task Force. D3 CM Pio Renteria spoke against the nomination: “I believe his appointment would be an obstruction to the work …”

1:30PM Fri. Jun. 9, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Abbott Announces Special Session
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced plans for a special session this summer, to clean up a bit of the leftover mess from the recently concluded 85th legislative session. The state’s House and Senate will reconvene at the Capitol on July 18. Abbott will have lawmakers consider legislation to fix the state’s Medical Board.

3:10PM Tue. Jun. 6, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Austin Wages Legal Battle Against SB 4 in Court
As promised, the city of Austin has begun its legal battle against the constitutionality of anti-immigrant Senate Bill 4, signed by Gov. Greg Abbott in May.

12:15PM Fri. Jun. 2, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

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