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Austin Pets Alive! Joins Campaign to Save Puppies From Parvo
Austin Pets Alive! is joining Elanco Animal Health Inc., a manufacturer of medicines for pets and livestock, in the Defend Puppies, Defeat Parvo campaign to save dogs from canine parvovirus.

1:42PM Wed. Jan. 24, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

The Texas Tribune Is Unionizing
Just under six months after the Texas Tribune weathered its first-ever round of layoffs, staff announced this morning that they are unionizing with the NewsGuild-CWA and asking for voluntary recognition from management by January 31.

9:25AM Wed. Jan. 24, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

ACLU Files Human Rights Violations Complaint With United Nations Over Texas’ Anti-LGBTQ Bills
Yesterday, the ACLU of Texas, Equality Texas, and GLAAD sent a letter to the United Nations accusing Texas of violating the human rights of LGBTQ+ Texans.

5:04PM Tue. Jan. 23, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Travis County District Attorney Announces New Head of Special Victims Unit
Travis County District Attorney José Garza has appointed a new leader to the office’s Special Victims Unit, which assists victims of family violence and sexual assault. Andrea Austin, who has tried cases for 12 years with the D.A.’s office, was announced as the new director of SVU on Thursday.

3:20PM Tue. Jan. 23, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

After Backlash, Art Acevedo Refuses Job
Well that didn’t last long.

2:37PM Tue. Jan. 23, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

United Auto Workers Has Sights Set on Tesla
Tesla is offering across-the-board raises ahead of what is shaping up to be a tense unionization battle with the United Auto Workers.

8:00AM Mon. Jan. 22, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

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Why Is Art Acevedo Back Overseeing APD?
Art Acevedo, a controversial former chief of the Austin Police Department, is now an assistant city manager at City Hall with a $271,000-a-year salary, according to reporting by Tony Plohetski at the Statesman.

4:42PM Fri. Jan. 19, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Council Still Hesitant to Call for Cease-Fire in Gaza
As the White House has continued its support of Israel amid what humanitarian experts around the world have called a genocide in Gaza, advocates have been steadily convincing city officials around the country to adopt resolutions calling for a cease-fire, in an attempt to send a message to the Biden administration.

1:41PM Fri. Jan. 19, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Federal Court Strikes Down Republican Book Censorship Law
Maybe Texas Republicans aren’t that good at writing censorship laws. On Wednesday, the most conservative federal appeals court in the country overturned House Bill 900, a law passed this spring that would ban books from public school libraries.

1:25PM Fri. Jan. 19, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

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