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Texas Officials Optimistic as Freezing Temps Approach
State officials are still optimistic Texas is prepared to weather its first serious cold snap since the electric outages of Winter Storm Uri occurred last Valentine’s Day weekend.

3:30PM Wed. Feb. 2, Kimberly Reeves Read More | Comment »

Rodriguez Attacks Casar Over Homelessness Policy
A political advertisement mailed to voters by the Eddie For Texas Congressional campaign has prompted backlash among progressives, including 12 Democratic elected officials who signed an open letter to Eddie Rodriguez, asking him to “cease using Republican-style campaign tactics.”

6:23PM Sat. Jan. 29, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Blood Donations Are Needed, Here Are Some Tips for First-Timers
The American Red Cross, which supplies 40% of the nation’s blood supply, faces its largest blood shortage in more than a decade. Blood donations decreased 10% nationally since March 2020, according to the ARC website. The organization cites fewer blood drives, weather-related closures, and staff shortages.

3:15PM Sat. Jan. 29, Sheryl Lawrence Read More | Comment »

Behind the Latest AISD Controversy and an Eventful Week for Austin Restaurants
This week on the show, reporter Morgan O'Hanlon explains what the heck the proposed "seven-of-eight" plan is and why Austin ISD teachers are unhappy about it. Morgan wrote about the proposal, another attempt to address AISD's budget woes, in this week's issue.

6:31PM Fri. Jan. 28, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Soccer-Themed Entertainment Complex The Pitch Comes to North Austin in February
Austin isn’t just a soccer city. It’s quickly becoming a soccer wonderland.

5:59PM Mon. Jan. 24, Eric Goodman Read More | Comment »

Spotlighting Rapper J Soulja and Filmmaker Bill Morrison
This week on The Austin Chronicle Show on KOOP Community Radio, Derek Udensi expands on his recent profile of Austin rapper J Soulja, and Joe Gross discusses experimental filmmaker Bill Morrison, who's the subject of an ambitious retrospective here in Austin.

6:31PM Fri. Jan. 21, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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Austin Restaurants Deal With Another COVID Wave and the Austin Music Poll Needs Your Votes
This week's issue starts with a look at what Austin restaurants have learned as they face another rapid rise in COVID cases.

6:30PM Fri. Jan. 14, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Via 313 Workers Protest for COVID, Employment Protections
On Saturday, January 8, about three dozen Via 313 employees and their supporters gathered on the corner of 30th and Guadalupe to protest the suspension of four workers after they presented a petition to management.

1:06PM Sun. Jan. 9, Melanie Haupt Read More | Comment »

The Race to Replace Greg Casar
We kick off this week's episode with a look at the special election to fill Greg Casar's vacated seat on City Council.

6:31PM Fri. Jan. 7, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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