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Louis Black Announces Chronicle Retirement
Chronicle co-founder and co-owner Louis Black announced in an internal email to staff this morning that he is leaving the paper effective immediately. "It has been a 36-year adventure, a remarkable experience, producing and editing a paper I am proud of beyond reason," Black wrote.

1:10PM Tue. Aug. 8, Chase Hoffberger Read More | Comment »

Council: Nights of White Linen
Returning from its July hiatus, City Council zipped through a 120-item agenda like the proverbial hot butter-knife, concluding even before music and proclamations. In the mix, they honored a former council member, took a small step toward desegregation, and permitted a gourmet party on Third Street.

8:00AM Tue. Aug. 8, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Progress Being Made at APD Crime Lab
Finally, real progress is being made toward clearing the Austin Police Department’s extensive backlog of untested rape kits.

3:00PM Mon. Aug. 7, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

City Compost Program Expands
Beginning Oct. 2, the Austin Resource Recovery Program will add 38,000 households to its Curbside Composting Collection Program.

12:00PM Wed. Aug. 2, Joseph Caterine Read More | Comment »

Mayor Not Losing Sleep Over a Few Nazis
Mayor Steve Adler has drawn the ire of a popular white supremacist website after he invited transgender military members to join the Austin Police Department in the wake of President Trump’s currently toothless ban on their service.

10:20AM Wed. Aug. 2, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Dukes Deal Off. Next Stop: Court.
It was the offer no one seriously expected her to take, but it seems Rep. Dawnna Dukes has let expire a proposal for a plea deal from District Attorney Margaret Moore, paving the way for the Pflugerville Democrat to stand trial later this year.

10:15AM Wed. Aug. 2, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Training APD on LGBTQ Communities
The Austin Police Department will soon roll out mandatory training on serving LGBTQ, transgender, and gender nonconforming communities for all 1,845 sworn officers.

4:00PM Tue. Aug. 1, Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Faith-Based Opposition to SB 4
Religious leaders are standing firm against anti-immigrant Senate Bill 4, passed during the regular legislative session.

2:45PM Tue. Aug. 1, Mary Tuma Read More | Comment »

Updated: Plea Deal for Dukes Expires
Updated: At 5:10pm, the D.A.'s office sent out the following statement: "Travis County District Attorney Margaret Moore announced that she has had no contact today from the attorneys for Representative Dukes. The offer to resolve this matter has expired and is no longer available. We will be ready for trial."

10:04AM Tue. Aug. 1, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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