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July 9, 2020

The Other Four Candidates for Senate District 14
The Other Four Candidates for Senate District 14
More and merry candidates join the fun

Michael King, July 9, 2020

Austin At Large: Voices In Our (Old) Heads
Austin At Large: Voices In Our (Old) Heads
OK boomers, do you now regret pushing for 10-1? Where do you think it went wrong?

Mike Clark-Madison, July 9, 2020

Headlines / Quote of the Week
Headlines / Quote of the Week

July 9, 2020

APD Finally Agrees to Cease Low-Level Pot Busts
APD Finally Agrees to Cease Low-Level Pot Busts
We just said no ...

Austin Sanders, July 9, 2020

Advice on Ballot by Mail Voting
Advice on Ballot by Mail Voting
Got questions about the joint run-off and special election?

July 9, 2020

COVID-19 CODE RED: Austin Moves Into Crisis Mode
COVID-19 CODE RED: Austin Moves Into Crisis Mode
Austin Public Health: "We are in a very dangerous situation in Texas"

Mike Clark-Madison, July 9, 2020

Looking at the Hard-to-Handicap Race for a Texas Senate Seat
Looking at the Hard-to-Handicap Race for a Texas Senate Seat
Who will take Kirk Watson's Texas Senate District 14 seat?

Michael King, July 9, 2020

Camp Cleanups Prove Challenging for Those Without Homes
Camp Cleanups Prove Challenging for Those Without Homes
Sweeping away lives

Austin Sanders, July 9, 2020

Tales From Early Voting and More Before the July 14 Election
Tales From Early Voting and More Before the July 14 Election
Last-minute jostling before election day

Beth Sullivan, July 9, 2020

What Are the
What Are the "Next Normals" for Scooters in Austin
The pandemic takes on personal mobility

Mike Clark-Madison, July 9, 2020

High (Relative) Turnout in Early Voting as Election Day Approaches
Election Early Update
Confusion over mail ballots lingers

Michael King, July 7, 2020

Shed the Mask, Don the Flag Rally at the Texas Governor's Mansion
Shed the Mask, Don the Flag Rally at the Texas Governor's Mansion
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, July 6, 2020

How to Enjoy the Fourth of July Safely, Responsibly, and Lawfully in Austin
How to Enjoy the Fourth of July Safely, Responsibly, and Lawfully in Austin
City issues a reminder of what is allowed under local and state orders

Kimberley Jones, July 3, 2020

Gov. Abbott Issues Executive Order Requiring Face Masks in Public
Gov. Abbott Issues Executive Order Requiring Face Masks in Public
There are a few exceptions to the rule

Kimberley Jones, July 2, 2020

APD (Finally) Ends Low-Level Marijuana Enforcement
APD (Finally) Ends Low-Level Marijuana Enforcement
Chief announces move, six months after Council told him to

Austin Sanders, July 2, 2020

AISD Hears Loud and Clear: No Cops in Schools
AISD Hears Loud and Clear: No Cops in Schools
Austinites call for schools to defund its police, too

Aaricka Washington, July 2, 2020

Right Now, COVID-19 Is “Spreading Quickly in an Uncontrolled Fashion”
Right Now, COVID-19 Is “Spreading Quickly in an Uncontrolled Fashion”
All of a sudden, is it too late?

Mike Clark-Madison, July 2, 2020

Will Texas Sex Ed Come of Age?
Will Texas Sex Ed Come of Age?
After 23 years, the State Board of Education might be ready to make some changes

Beth Sullivan, July 2, 2020

As the D.A. Delays, Michael Ramos' Killers Remain on Duty
As the D.A. Delays, Michael Ramos' Killers Remain on Duty
The Ramos probe plods on

Austin Sanders, July 2, 2020

Austin at Large: Every Day is Juneteenth
Austin at Large: Every Day is Juneteenth
Yes, freedom is worth celebrating. But it also bids us to do some serious reflection.

Mike Clark-Madison, July 2, 2020

Jimmy Flannigan Kicks Off Reelection Campaign
Jimmy Flannigan Kicks Off Reelection Campaign
Northside council member promises “uncommon approach” to policing, mobility

Beth Sullivan, July 2, 2020

Headlines / Quote of the Week
Headlines / Quote of the Week

July 2, 2020

City Unveils Possible Plans for Old Home Depot Site
City Unveils Possible Plans for Old Home Depot Site
City to St. Johns: We can do it. You can help.

Austin Sanders, July 2, 2020

Civics 101

July 2, 2020

Public Notice: Pushing Our Limits
Public Notice: Pushing Our Limits
Time to take COVID matters into our own hands

Nick Barbaro, July 2, 2020

ACC Is Almost Entirely Online and Students Are Enrolling in Droves
ACC Is Almost Entirely Online and Students Are Enrolling in Droves
Start here. Stay home?

Clara Ence Morse, July 2, 2020

Nursing-Home Families Want Answers as COVID Comes Back
Nursing-Home Families Want Answers as COVID Comes Back
Still seeking safety as the data remains unclear

Margaret Nicklas, July 2, 2020

UT Announces Mandated Masks, Flexible Learning for Fall Reopening
UT Announces Mandated Masks, Flexible Learning for Fall Reopening
News comes amid COVID-19 surge, especially in young adults

Beth Sullivan, July 2, 2020

Police Association Accuses Protesters of Giving Cops COVID-19
Police Association Accuses Protesters of Giving Cops COVID-19
So here’s a photo gallery of officers not wearing masks at protests

Kevin Curtin, July 1, 2020

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