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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 »

Eddie Rodriguez Ends Senate Campaign
After a couple of weeks of uncertainty, state Rep. Eddie Rodriguez announced this morning that he is withdrawing from the run-off for state Senate, conceding the SD 14 race to former Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt.

3:00PM Mon. Jul. 27, 2020, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Protester Killed at BLM March, Shooter Released From Custody
On Sunday night at Fourth and Congress, at the same spot where Garrett Foster had been shot to death the night before, hundreds assembled to remember the person they saw as a friend and comrade, and also a hero and an inspiration for their struggle.

7:00AM Mon. Jul. 27, 2020, Mike Clark-Madison Read More | Comment »

Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, Hillary Clinton Headline The 19th Represents Virtual Summit
In August, the 19th*, Austin’s newest nonprofit newsroom, will host The 19th Represents, a weeklong virtual summit featuring some of the country’s most prominent voices in politics, activism, and art. Those voices will all be female.

11:02AM Tue. Jul. 21, 2020, Victoria Rossi Read More | Comment »

We Regret to Inform You Central Texans May Now Add “West Nile Virus” to the Worry Jar
Austin Public Health took a break from extremely distressing news about COVID-19 to announce a positive pool of mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus has been identified in Austin – the first positive ID since 2018. The pool was found in the 78756 zip code, which includes the Rosedale neighborhood in Central Austin.

5:00PM Thu. Jul. 16, 2020, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Black-Owned Clothing and Accessories Shops 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 businesses. Below is a list of local clothing brands and accessory shops you can support today. Follow them, read their stories, buy their products, and join us in celebrating the talent that continues to make our city better.

10:00AM Thu. Jul. 16, 2020, Desiree Johnson Read More | Comment »

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Early Voting Results for the Primary Run-off and Special Election
Margaret Moore's eventful and contentious tenure as Travis County District Attorney appears to be ending, as challenger José Garza racked up a 68%-32% lead in early and mail voting that is unlikely to be reversed by E-Day results.

8:00PM Tue. Jul. 14, 2020, the News Staff Read More | Comment »

AISD Announces Start of School Year Will Be Online
On the recommendation of Austin public health officials, Austin Independent School District has announced that students will not return to in-person schooling on Aug. 18. Instead, students will start the school year the same way they ended it – via virtual instruction.

6:46PM Tue. Jul. 14, 2020, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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