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Closing Arguments Made in the Killing of Austin Black Lives Matter Protester
“This case is about an age-old story, since we all started walking on two feet,” said Guillermo Gonzalez, lead prosecutor of the Travis County District Attorney’s Office. “It’s about a man who couldn't keep his anger under control.”

5:11PM Thu. Apr. 6, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

7:00AM Mon. Apr. 3, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Lawsuit to Come After Elderly Deaf Woman's Arm Allegedly Broken by Jailer
Attorney Rebecca Webber has reviewed eight separate videos of the events leading up to the arrest of Karen McGee, a deaf, 71-year-old Florida resident who is planning a lawsuit against the city of Austin after alleging that a corrections officer at the Travis County Jail broke her arm.

3:45PM Wed. Mar. 29, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Bill of the Week: Texas GOP Targets Transgender Youth
Many LGBTQ advocacy groups in Texas say that if there’s one anti-trans law to rail against this legislative session (and there are dozens), it’s this one: House Bill 1686.

3:05PM Tue. Mar. 28, Dex Wesley Parra Read More | Comment »

Mayor OK's Deal to Have State Troopers Patrol Austin Streets
Texas Department of Public Safety troopers will begin patrolling the streets of Austin soon following an agreement brokered by Mayor Kirk Watson, Interim City Manager Jesús Garza, Gov. Greg Abbott, and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.

6:20PM Mon. Mar. 27, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Advocates Scrutinize Sweeping Senate Water Supply Bill’s Strategy
Boosting the state's water supply is as complicated as you might expect.

6:00AM Thu. Mar. 23, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

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Officer Indicted for Assault Now Suspended, Not Fired
In the euphemistic, alternate vocabulary of the Austin Police Department, the term “indefinitely suspended” usually means “fired.”

2:51PM Wed. Mar. 22, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Here's What a New Border Bill Would Do to Texas
Republicans moved forward with their promise to tackle their nebulous “border security” priority, filing a behemoth bill before the March 10 deadline.

1:50PM Wed. Mar. 22, Benton Graham Read More | Comment »

Musicians Demand Fair Compensation From SXSW at Convention Center Rally
In 2022, South by Southwest generated $280.7 million in economic benefit to Austin.

10:13AM Fri. Mar. 17, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

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