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Students Say Register to Vote
Just because high schoolers aren't old enough to vote, that doesn't mean they're not interested or engaged in the political process. With registration for the March 6 primary closing today, students from around the region have recorded PSAs to get the word out.

3:32PM Mon. Feb. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

“We Build Bridges, Not Walls”
Prior to this morning’s City Council meeting, Council Member Delia Garza and four colleagues previewed their resolution on today’s agenda that would move to limit city business with any companies engaged in the “design, construction, or maintenance of the border wall.”

12:01PM Thu. Feb. 1, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Judge Temporarily Strikes Down Fetal Burial Rule
A federal judge has temporarily blocked an intrusive state law that would require abortion providers and patients to bury or cremate their fetuses.

3:48PM Mon. Jan. 29, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Zaragoza Resigns From Planning Commission
After nearly four years and countless hours spent sorting through CodeNEXT, Nuria Zaragoza is stepping down from the city’s Planning Commission – just two weeks before draft three of the land use rewrite is unveiled. In her place, District 7 Council Member Leslie Pool has appointed Austin Energy retiree Todd Shaw.

3:40PM Mon. Jan. 29, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

ICE Misled Public on Raid Arrests
It turns out that when U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement made its sweep of arrests in February, they picked up far more immigrants and stayed put longer than previously reported.

2:05PM Fri. Jan. 26, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

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Abbott to Trump: Pay Us Money We Lost for Excluding Planned Parenthood
After not hearing back from the Centers for Medi­care and Medicaid on his request to recoup millions that Texas lost after banning Planned Parenthood from a women’s health program last year, Gov. Greg Abbott is now appealing directly to our anti-choice president, hoping he’ll bend the rules.

12:30PM Thu. Jan. 25, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Manley Fires Bryan Richter
On Monday during a press conference in which he laid out the department’s new de-escalation policy, Interim Police Chief Brian Manley also announced the indefinite suspensions of two officers accused of using excessive force. One of those officers, Bryan Richter, is well known as the officer no-billed for the violent arrest of Breaion King in 2015.

5:30PM Mon. Jan. 22, Nina Hernandez Read More | Comment »

More From Adler
On Sunday afternoon, Mayor Steve Adler formally initiated his 2018 re-election campaign at Saengerrunde Hall. The next afternoon, Chronicle staff writer Michael King sat down with the mayor for a conversation about his perspective heading into the new year. What follows are lightly edited excerpts from that conversation.

12:01AM Thu. Jan. 18, Michael King Read More | Comment »

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