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Point Austin: Fire 'At Will'
Extending 'just cause' protections to all city workers
News Column  August 3, 2012, by Michael King


Trouble at Station 15
Austin firefighter sues city after officials stonewall unequal treatment
News Story  January 16, 2009, by Caitlin Meredith


Privatizing Services: A Pay Raise at a Cost
News Story  May 20, 1999


Letters at 3AM: The Inevitability of the Unexpected
The unexpected always happens
Columns  March 25, 2011, by Michael Ventura


Wanted: High-Tech Labor, Will Train
Will a Tight Labor Market Short Circuit Austin's High-Tech Industry?
News Story  August 11, 1995, by Robert Bryce


Will Women Have a Voice at the New Women's Hospital?
Issues of choice and midwifery still perplex women using Brack's hospital-within-a-hospital.
News Story  November 14, 2003, by Amy Smith


Letters at 3AM
The president and his people have broken the laws governing warrantless wiretapping of U.S. citizens and furthermore, lied about it, repeatedly and knowingly
Columns  January 6, 2006, by Michael Ventura


Will Austin Applicants Get a "Fair Chance"?
Proposed ordinance would require businesses consider job applicants with criminal histories
News Story  March 24, 2016, by Amy Kamp


ACC Throws Book at Affordable Care Act
Administrators trim adjunct faculty hours to avoid providing health coverage
News Story  December 13, 2013, by Richard Whittaker


Letters at 3AM: The Future Loose Amongst Us
Digitalized fabrication changes everything we know about work and government
Columns  February 22, 2013, by Michael Ventura


Throwdown at Travis High
LULAC, NAACP square off against principal
News Story  October 9, 2009, by Richard Whittaker


What Worked at Webb
News Story  November 30, 2007, by Kimberly Reeves


Looking at the Lege After a Flaccid Special Session
Alpha males Abbott and Patrick can't get their red meat passed
News Story  August 17, 2017, by the News Staff


Will Alcoa Clear the Air?
The aluminum giant's power-plant replacement plan hasn't convinced enviros
News Story  October 8, 2004, by Lee Nichols


Letters at 3am: The Future Dot-Dot-Dot
Ellipses express exactly my sense of the future
Columns  October 16, 2014, by Michael Ventura


The Common Law: The People's Law School – Learn the Law at No Cost
People's Law School
Columns  February 7, 2014, by Luke Ellis


Letters at 3AM: The System Ain't the System
The goal of oligarchy is to utterly disempower the workforce
Columns  August 31, 2012, by Michael Ventura


Pryor Out at KLBJ-FM
News Column  December 22, 1995


Letters at 3AM: Of Tiers and Tears
The isolation of the Professional Tier is the single most destructive element in American society today
Columns  May 7, 2010, by Michael Ventura


Letters at 3AM
We may come to regret there are so few intelligent conservative voices making themselves heard
Columns  March 27, 2009, by Michael Ventura


Who's in Charge at APD?
It's difficult to say who's running the cop shop these days
News Story  January 12, 2007, by Jordan Smith


Still Looking for the Truth at APD
Chief Knee may be guilty of the same offense for which he fired an officer
News Story  February 4, 2005, by Jordan Smith


Letters at 3AM
Winning the war in Iraq is not a measure of our country's morality.
Columns  April 18, 2003, by Michael Ventura


Austin @ Large: Austin at Large
It's time to look more intelligently at economic development
News Column  August 16, 2002, by Mike Clark-Madison


Austin @ Large: Austin at Large
The wise aftermath of Smart Growth
News Column  October 5, 2001, by Mike Clark-Madison


Have Connections, Will Pay
Council Watch
News Column  August 18, 1995, by Alex de Marban


Letters at 3AM: The Revolution Will Be Printed
Digital fabrication will change the course of the future
Columns  February 8, 2013, by Michael Ventura


Under the Bus: Next Stop at the ATU
A former employee has filed a lawsuit of racial and sexual discrimination against the transit union
News Story  January 11, 2013, by Michael King


City Hall Hustle: Cheap at Any Price
How to get richer while getting poorer
News Column  November 12, 2010, by Wells Dunbar


Playing Whack-a-Deer at Pace Bend Park
Ex-ranger blasts Travis County culling hunts
News Story  February 2, 2007, by Daniel Mottola


The Hubris at Enron
Rarely have convictions been more deserved than those of former executives Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling
News Story  June 2, 2006, by Robert Bryce


Austin @ Large: Austin at Large
A slow summer news week means we get to take some well-deserved potshots.
News Column  July 11, 2003, by Mike Clark-Madison


Austin @ Large: Austin at Large: Mixed Signals
Why is the City Council trying to undercut single-member districts?
News Column  March 8, 2002, by Mike Clark-Madison


Austin @ Large: Austin at Large
Coming to terms: The limited wisdom of term limits
News Column  February 15, 2002, by Mike Clark-Madison


Are City Employee Pensions at Risk?
Pension systems in Dallas and Houston have been beat up by bad spending.
News Story  February 23, 2017, by Margaret Nicklas


Austin at Very High Speed
The who, what, where, when, and why of Formula One racing
News Story  July 9, 2010, by Richard Whittaker


Talking Art at the Top
The executive directors of the city's museums shed light on the local visual arts scene
Arts Story  July 2, 2004, by Sam Martin


Austin At Risk
Tech leaders look for solution to Austin's growth problems
News Story  May 12, 2000, by Mike Clark-Madison


Men at Work
City's day laborer program undergoes successful overhaul
News Story  November 12, 1999, by Jenny Staff Johnson


The Common Law
Wrongful termination
Columns  May 6, 2005, by Luke Ellis and Nathan Moss
"...In Texas, as in most states, employment is governed by the "employment-at-will doctrine." This doctrine specifies that an employee or an employer may end the employment at any time without cause. Nevertheless, under certain conditions, an employee may sue an employer for termination, which creates what is called a "wrongful termination" lawsuit...."

The Common Law
Additional legal issues affecting nonprofits
Columns  July 30, 2004, by Luke Ellis


Austin Interfaith
Organizing Austin One Congregation at a Time
News Story  July 21, 1995, by Robert Bryce


Point Austin: Uncivil Service
City Manager still overreacting to civil service proposal
News Column  August 31, 2012


UT Announces KUT/Cactus Deal
NPR station takes over music, Texas Union keeps bar
DAILY News  May 19, 2010, by Richard Whittaker


Naked City
The Screwed Can't Sue
News Story  June 7, 2002, by Jordan Smith


Broken News
Times Warner's struggling news channel lashes out at defectors
News Story  July 14, 2000, by Erica C. Barnett


Hop
Some films are saccharine, but Hop is pure sugar – processed sugar.
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Film Review  April 1, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten


Department of Justice Initiates Inquiry into AFD
Fire department hiring woes continue
DAILY News  April 25, 2013, by Jordan Smith


Cap Metro Seeks More Feedback on Service Plan 2020
Transit authority mapping out the next 10 years, wants to hear from you next week
DAILY News  November 13, 2009, by Lee Nichols


Waitress
Despite a storyline that involves an unplanned pregnancy, various affairs, spousal abuse, maternal ambivalence, and food-service employment, Waitress is an optimistic comedy about getting past your mistakes and making the best of life.
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Film Review  May 11, 2007, by Marrit Ingman


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