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I-35 Expansion Clears Final Hurdle; Construction to Start Next Year
The Texas Department of Transportation’s I-35 expansion plan cleared its final hurdle today as TxDOT approved its own final Environmental Impact Statement and released its record of decision to begin construction early next year.

5:30PM Mon. Aug. 21, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

After Rocky Two Years, Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon Will Retire
Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon announced today, Aug. 21, that he will resign his post early next month after just over two years leading the department he’s worked at for more than two decades.

10:00AM Mon. Aug. 21, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Zilker’s Tiny Train Is Coming Back
Finally, some good Zilker news – the Zilker Eagle is back.

7:00AM Sat. Aug. 19, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Law Banning Trans Youth Health Care Slated to Take Effect Sept. 1
Hearings over the constitutionality of SB 14, the Republican law banning medical treatment for trans kids, began in earnest this week.

4:35PM Fri. Aug. 18, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Texas Voter Suppression Law Violates Civil Rights, Judge Rules
Remember how the state threw tens of thousands of Texans’ ballots out in 2022?

3:41PM Fri. Aug. 18, Maggie Q. Thompson Read More | Comment »

City Confirms “Non-Concerning” Levels of Toxins in Algae in Barton Springs; Pool Still Open
Don’t worry, the worst has not yet happened. The city has confirmed the presence of toxic algae in several local waterways, including Barton Springs, but analysis by Austin Water shows these are “non-concerning” levels of toxins in the water, meaning it’s not dangerous to humans.

4:15PM Thu. Aug. 17, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

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ERCOT Asks for Voluntary Energy Conservation Amid Peaking Demand
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has issued a Voluntary Conservation Notice for this afternoon, 3-8pm, in order to reduce demand on the state’s electric grid.

3:45PM Thu. Aug. 17, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Largest Mental Health Care Provider in Austin Plans Layoffs
Integral Care, the largest provider of mental health services in Travis County, is planning to lay off up to 5% of its staff.

2:00PM Thu. Aug. 17, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

City Council Approves $5.5 Billion Budget
With Mayor Kirk Watson chairing his first budget meeting during his second stint as mayor, City Council adopted a $5.5 billion spending plan for fiscal year 2023-2024 in record time.

10:50AM Thu. Aug. 17, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

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