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The Week in Protests: Now, We Have Bikers Who Love the Police
To show its support for law enforcement, a local motorcycle club staged a “pro-police” demonstration Downtown on Sunday afternoon, August 9, drawing a contentious face-off with counter-protesters.

11:30AM Wed. Aug. 12, 2020, John Anderson Read More | Comment »

Plaintiffs Appeal Dismissal of Sexual Assault Survivors’ Lawsuit
Six months after U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel dismissed the sexual assault class action case brought against local law enforcement, the eight survivor-plaintiffs have filed their appeal in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

12:00PM Tue. Aug. 11, 2020, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Hillary Clinton, Anthony Fauci Headline This Year's 100% Virtual Texas Tribune Festival
The Texas Tribune Festival has never had trouble drawing top policymakers and politicos to participate in its annual festival, even more so in election years. Now throw in a pandemic and a pretty common belief that America is busted and we need fixes fast, and you’ve got the makings for a stellar lineup.

6:30AM Tue. Aug. 11, 2020, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

AISD Delays School Year Until September 8
Austin Independent School District’s Board of Trustees has voted to delay the first day of school until September 8 amid COVID-19 concerns.

1:38PM Fri. Aug. 7, 2020, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

A Guide to Black-Owned Hair & Beauty Businesses in Austin
As we do our small part to uplift the Black community, it's crucial we use our dollars to purchase goods from Black-owned hair and beauty businesses. Black beauty brands continue to influence and shape our culture at large, and we're so excited to showcase the businesses that impact the city of Austin.

12:20PM Wed. Aug. 5, 2020, Desiree Johnson Read More | Comment »

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Council Recap: Undoing Austin’s White Supremacist Legacy
With its July 29 approval of four resolutions introduced by Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison, City Council this week took steps toward erasing the legacy of white supremacy that haunts every American city, Austin included.

2:45PM Fri. Jul. 31, 2020, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Army Sergeant Daniel Perry Identified as Garrett Foster's Killer
Daniel Perry*, an off-duty U.S. Army sergeant working as a ride-hailing driver, has been confirmed to be the man who killed Garrett Foster on Congress Avenue on Saturday night, according to a statement issued by his attorneys.

12:10PM Fri. Jul. 31, 2020, Mike Clark-Madison Read More | Comment »

APD Releases Long-Delayed Video of Ramos Shooting
After an initial delay, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley today released the “critical incident video” of the fatal shooting of Michael Ramos by APD officer Christopher Taylor at a Southeast Austin apartment complex on April 24.

3:30PM Mon. Jul. 27, 2020, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

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