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Austin Bat Cave Panel Dissects the Blurring of Journalism and Activism
Austin Bat Cave Panel Dissects the Blurring of Journalism and Activism
Black Lives Matter’s DeRay Mckesson talks with journalists

Lilli Hime, March 21, 2019

Civics 101

March 21, 2019

Bills Filed to Limit Authority of Texas Medical Board
Bills Filed to Limit Authority of Texas Medical Board
Van Boven case inspires lawmakers to push for more oversight

Michael King, March 21, 2019

Casar Defends His Opposition to East Riverside Rezoning Request
Casar Defends His Opposition to East Riverside Rezoning Request
Council member argues the density gains aren’t worth displacing current residents

Michael King, March 21, 2019

Envisioning the Future of Austin State Hospital
Envisioning the Future of Austin State Hospital
What will it take to turn the former Texas State Lunatic Hospital into a world-class center of brain health?

Mike Clark-Madison, March 21, 2019

Texas House Advances Ambitious School Finance Bill
Texas House Advances Ambitious School Finance Bill
Teachers’ union celebrates shedding of merit pay provision

Austin Sanders, March 21, 2019

Mobility Plan’s Bad Date With ZAP
Mobility Plan’s Bad Date With ZAP
Began in 2016, Austin's proposed transportation plan still manages to be contentious

Sarah Marloff, March 21, 2019

Austin at Large: City Hall’s Game of Threes
Austin at Large: City Hall’s Game of Threes
Spencer Cronk quizzes the Council to win a new land use code!

March 21, 2019

Gun-Filled Weekend Prompts APD Action
Gun-Filled Weekend Prompts APD Action
Spring fest unrest

Mike Clark-Madison, March 21, 2019

Austin Community College Expands Care to Younger Kids
Austin Community College Expands Care to Younger Kids
ACC / YMCA partnership now accepting 12-month-olds and up to its drop-in center

Austin Sanders, March 21, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

March 21, 2019

Death Watch: “Texas Seven” Member Contests “Law of Parties”
Death Watch: “Texas Seven” Member Contests “Law of Parties”
A robbery ended in a police officer death while Patrick Murphy waited outside. Current Texas law holds him responsible.

Sarah Marloff, March 21, 2019

Lege Lines: Taking Aim at Planned Parenthood ... Again
Lege Lines: Taking Aim at Planned Parenthood ... Again
Senate committee advances bill targeting Downtown clinic

Mary Tuma, March 21, 2019

Headlines
Headlines

March 21, 2019

Lege Lines: Sen. José Menéndez Stands Up for Military Bases, and Against Trump
Lege Lines: Sen. José Menéndez Stands Up for Military Bases, and Against Trump
San Antonio Democrat introduces resolution to protect funds for Texas military being diverted to border wall construction

Mary Tuma, March 21, 2019

Public Notice: Slouching Toward CodeCRONK
Public Notice: Slouching Toward CodeCRONK
City manager gives Council a multiple-choice quiz for the land development code redo

Nick Barbaro, March 21, 2019

Spider House Legal Battle to Continue
Spider House Legal Battle to Continue
Judge grants defendant's motion to dismiss in part; denies in part

March 14, 2019

Evan Smith on the Secret of Texas Tribune’s Success
SXSW Texas Tribune Panel
Founder and CEO on the present and future of nonprofit journalism

Michael King, March 13, 2019

Sarah Eckhardt's State of the County Address Features Brags and Worries
Sarah Eckhardt's State of the County Address Features Brags and Worries
The state of Travis County is strong, but challenges remain

Michael King, March 13, 2019

Lanier High School Staff, Students Skeptical About Renaming
Lanier High School Staff, Students Skeptical About Renaming
Campus last of six Confederate-name schools to be changed in AISD plan

Austin Sanders, March 13, 2019

GOP Speech Bill Sides With Alt-Right Activists
GOP Speech Bill Sides With Alt-Right Activists
Senate Bill 18 to protect “free expression” from campus provocateurs

Mary Tuma, March 13, 2019

Headlines
Headlines

March 13, 2019

Civics 101

March 13, 2019

Point Austin: It Ain’t Easy Being Weird
Point Austin: It Ain’t Easy Being Weird
Welcome to Austin – accept our gift of the spirit of change

Michael King, March 13, 2019

New Study Changes City Council's View of Flood Risk
New Study Changes City Council's View of Flood Risk
Puzzling over a variance on Avenue D, and spending the first of the 2018 bond funds

Nina Hernandez, March 13, 2019

The Cannabis Industry Is a Growth Market at SXSW
The Cannabis Industry Is a Growth Market at SXSW
New Cannabusiness track reaches new highs

Kevin Curtin, March 13, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

March 13, 2019

Laura Press­ley Trolls County Clerk in Real Time
Laura Press­ley Trolls County Clerk in Real Time
DeBeauvoir wisely declines to take the “election integrity” bait

Michael King, March 13, 2019

Painful Splits Along the Way to Stopping Sexual Assault in and Around Austin
Painful Splits Along the Way to Stopping Sexual Assault in and Around Austin
Different approaches to accountability lead to rifts throughout the county

Sarah Marloff, March 13, 2019

Dawnna Dukes Finds Herself on the Wrong Side of the Texas Ethics Commission Again
Dawnna Dukes Finds Herself on the Wrong Side of the Texas Ethics Commission Again

Mary Tuma, March 13, 2019

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