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Kennon Wooten and Maria Cantú Hexsel are running to succeed Scott Jenkins, who is retiring after 20 years on the bench.

3:30PM Fri. Feb. 14, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

"Stop Garza" Movement Persists in County Attorney Race
In the wake of a new website featuring a virulent attack on Delia Garza’s candidacy for Travis County Attorney, former county judge Bill Aleshire renewed his personal crusade against Garza, charging her with campaign finance violations. Garza called the problem an “unintentional error.”

3:00PM Fri. Feb. 14, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Can Austin Become Carbon Neutral by 2050?
In August 2019, just weeks before the September climate crisis protests in Austin, the city of Austin declared a climate emergency in response to rising global temperatures. Currently, the city is on track to meet key sustainability goals, according to a January 2020 report released by the Office of the City Auditor (download the full report here).

7:00AM Fri. Feb. 14, Francesca D'Annunzio Read More | Comment »

March 3 Primary Endorsements (No Filler)
We offer detailed reasons elsewhere behind our Editorial Board endorsements in the Democratic Party primary; this condensed version is for voters looking to take a printed copy to the ballot box with them.

12:01AM Thu. Feb. 13 Read More | Comment »

Federal Judge Dismisses Local Sexual Assault Survivors’ Lawsuit
U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel has dismissed the sexual assault class action lawsuit filed by eight local rape survivors against the Austin Police Department and the Travis County District Attorney’s Office.

11:15AM Tue. Feb. 11, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

A Closer Look at the D.A.'s Handling of Sexual Assault Cases
Currently embroiled in two lawsuits surrounding its handling of sexual assault cases, the district attorney's office is the subject of our first segment on this week's The Austin Chronicle Show.

3:30PM Fri. Feb. 7, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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Travis Judges Loosen Misdemeanor Bond Requirements
On Thursday, the seven judges of the Travis County misdemeanor criminal courts issued a “Standing Order” to officially expand the use of “personal recognizance bonds” to cover most nonviolent offenses. The order reads that it is “effective immediately.”

1:33PM Fri. Feb. 7, Michael King Read More | Comment »

March 2020 Club Endorsements
The following is a compilation of Democratic Primary candidate endorsements from area clubs, unions, and professional organizations in contested races in the March primary election. Endorsements are sourced from club websites, candidate websites, social media, and directly from campaigns.

4:11PM Tue. Feb. 4 Read More | Comment »

This Week on The Austin Chronicle Show: It's All About Design
This week we launched a new look for the newspaper, a process that's been months, and even years, in the making.

3:30PM Fri. Jan. 31, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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