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CodeNEXT Public Hearings Open to Austin Residents
The dates are set. The CodeNEXT staff policy recommendation (a.k.a. draft three) will arrive at City Council in late May.

4:00PM Wed. Apr. 18, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Connor Clegg Impeached at Texas State
Texas State’s student government voted to impeach Student Body President Connor Clegg on Monday night, bringing to end a whirlwind five-day period at the San Marcos college. Clegg was found guilty of the six articles of impeachment brought against him, and was subsequently voted to be removed from office.

4:30PM Tue. Apr. 17, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

SBOE Passes Mexican-American Studies, but Whitewashes the Name
Four years and two failed textbooks later, the Texas State Board of Education finally agreed to provide public high schools with Mexican-American elective curriculum standards in a final vote cast Friday, April 13, a historic step for the state.

12:06PM Fri. Apr. 13, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Judge Finds Texas Violated National Voter Registration Act
When it comes to voting laws, Texas can’t seem to keep it legal.

1:00PM Tue. Apr. 10, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Rape Kit Backlog Reaches Zero
The Austin Police Department’s notorious rape kit backlog is no more. Dana Kadavy, executive director of the department’s Forensic Science Division, confirmed the department’s remaining 2,251 untested kits have been sent out for testing to contracted labs.

2:00PM Mon. Apr. 9, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Felony Charges Dropped in "Facebook Threat" Case
After five years, Justin Carter can rest easy. The New Braunfels native, charged in 2013 with making a “terroristic threat” by posting vaguely threatening comments on Facebook, last week accepted a plea deal dismissing the felony charges against him.

11:00AM Fri. Apr. 6, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

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The Propagandists in Our Backyard
Akin to a hostage video or a scene out of dystopian film, 66 local broadcast anchors across the country over the past few weeks recited nearly identical scripts, each tailored to their communities, that warned viewers of the dangers of “biased and false” news.

10:15AM Fri. Apr. 6, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

One Cop Fired, One's Fate Sealed?
Interim Police Chief Brian Manley last week indefinitely suspended Officer Robert Mathis for a series of administrative violations stemming from an Oct. 7, 2017, incident in which he and his partner, Nathaniel Stallings, were running patrol and came across a man and a woman in a car – the latter of whom they knew to have experience working as a prostitute.

4:55PM Mon. Apr. 2, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Pair of Deaths at the County Jail
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office, Medical Examiner, and the Texas Rangers are investigating two deaths that occurred 12 hours apart this weekend in the Travis County Correctional Complex in Del Valle.

2:30PM Mon. Apr. 2, Nina Hernandez Read More | Comment »

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