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Judge Replacing Nick Chu in JP5 Will Handle Evictions, Bonds, Misdemeanors
Rick Olivo wasn’t expecting to be selected as the next Justice of the Peace for Precinct 5, running one of the busiest courts in the county. But that’s the mantle he’ll take on Oct. 1, as current JP5 Judge Nick Chu vacates the seat to run Travis County’s brand new second Probate Court.

11:25AM Wed. Sep. 20, Maggie Q. Thompson Read More | Comment »

City Considers Partnership With Chip Manufacturing Giant
The 2020 microchip shortage – still ongoing – was caused by a disrupted supply chain, as the world realized that the chips needed for just about everything from cars to computers to household appliances, were coming primarily from South Korea and Taiwan.

7:00AM Wed. Sep. 20, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

“Attainable” Tiny Homes, RVs Will Be More Widely Allowed in Austin
City Council Member Leslie Pool continued her campaign to increase the supply of what she calls “attainable” housing in Austin – rather than affordable – with passage of a resolution that would allow tiny homes and recreational vehicles to serve as homes in more parts of the city.

7:00AM Tue. Sep. 19, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

The Exquisite Torments of Ken Paxton
Blame it all on Sleepy Joe Biden.

3:50PM Mon. Sep. 18, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Greg Abbott Casually Spreads Misinformation About Leander ISD
Gov. Greg Abbott certainly has a penchant for attacking Texas’ public schools. On Monday morning, he shot off a casual accusation claiming that Leander ISD is refusing to distribute donated copies of the U.S. Constitution to its students.

3:00PM Mon. Sep. 18, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Rules That Block Apartments Near Single-Family Homes Should Change, City Staff Says
Austin’s rules limiting dense housing near single-family homes are among the most restrictive in the nation, but next year, that could change.

2:45PM Mon. Sep. 18, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

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Anti-Abortion Laws Blocking Out-of-State Travel Are Popping Up Across Texas
Travel restrictions have begun popping up around Texas, as anti-abortion activists attempt to block Texans from receiving legal abortions outside the state.

12:18PM Mon. Sep. 18, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Breaking: Paxton Acquitted on All Counts
In what doesn’t appear to be a surprise, impeached Attorney General Ken Paxton has been acquitted on all 16 counts this Saturday morning by the Texas Senate.

1:53PM Sat. Sep. 16, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Prisoners Report Going Hungry Amidst State Lockdown
The heat crisis in Texas’ mostly un-air-conditioned prison system is finally abating, now that temperatures across the state have fallen below 100 degrees.

3:35PM Fri. Sep. 15, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

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