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Elizalde Bails Out of Austin ISD, And There Was Much Rejoicing (And Great Anxiety)
Elizalde Bails Out of Austin ISD, And There Was Much Rejoicing (And Great Anxiety)
Short-time superintendent leaves budget, morale crises behind

Morgan O’Hanlon, May 22, 2022

Council Recap: Once-Sacred Neighborhood Protections Battered by Austin's Affordability Crisis
Council Recap: Once-Sacred Neighborhood Protections Battered by Austin's Affordability Crisis
Are taller buildings with less parking the answer?

Maggie Quinlan, May 21, 2022

Pro-Choice Demonstrators Turn Out by the Thousands
Pro-Choice Demonstrators Turn Out by the Thousands
Protests at schools, the Texas Capitol continue after leaked Supreme Court decision

Hannah Uebele, May 19, 2022

Public Notice: Showdown on Main Streets
Public Notice: Showdown on Main Streets
Applying the kinder, gentler Land Development Code rewrite to transit corridors

Nick Barbaro, May 19, 2022

City Blamed After Break-Ins at Future Housing for People Exiting Homelessness
City Blamed After Break-Ins at Future Housing for People Exiting Homelessness
Former Candlewood Suites hotel broken into and vandalized

Austin Sanders, May 19, 2022

Council Preview: More Eighth Street Cash, More VMU Talk
Council Preview: More Eighth Street Cash, More VMU Talk
Beanbag rounds, babies, and buildings on the agenda

Maggie Quinlan, May 19, 2022

Texas Supreme Court Gives Trans Kids a Partial Win
Texas Supreme Court Gives Trans Kids a Partial Win
A glass half full

Kit O’Connell, May 19, 2022

A Not-That-Undercover Austin Look at Donald Trump’s Roadshow
A Not-That-Undercover Austin Look at Donald Trump’s Roadshow
The House. The Senate. “Our” country.

Maggie Quinlan, May 19, 2022

Aleshire Comes Up Short (So Far) in City Redistricting Suit
Aleshire Comes Up Short (So Far) in City Redistricting Suit
A judge has ruled Austin won’t need more council elections

Austin Sanders, May 19, 2022

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

May 19, 2022

Sheriff Hits Pause on Magistration Pilot After Nine Days, Saying She Needs Help
Sheriff Hits Pause on Magistration Pilot After Nine Days, Saying She Needs Help
$500K program would provide counsel to indigent arrestees

Brant Bingamon, May 17, 2022

What’s to Become of Austin’s Unofficial Gay District?
What’s to Become of Austin’s Unofficial Gay District?
A development plan would maintain Oilcan Harry’s but displace two other gay-friendly bars

Maggie Quinlan, May 12, 2022

May 7 Elections Give Validation to Austin's Values
May 7 Elections Give Validation to Austin's Values
A taste of Austin politics in the suburbs

Mike Clark-Madison, May 12, 2022

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

May 12, 2022

Town Hall Calls for Quick Action to Combat Overdoses
Town Hall Calls for Quick Action to Combat Overdoses
The crisis is now

Lina Fisher, May 12, 2022

Austin Just Says No to Weed Busts, No-Knock
Austin Just Says No to Weed Busts, No-Knock
City Council made both policy in 2020, now voters codify them as law

Austin Sanders, May 12, 2022

Public Notice: Working Hard for the Money
Public Notice: Working Hard for the Money
City offers temp jobs and green job training … and lifeguarding

Nick Barbaro, May 12, 2022

Council Recap: Nothing Goes Further Than Cash
Council Recap: Nothing Goes Further Than Cash
A newly approved pilot program will provide 85 households with $1,000 per month

Austin Sanders, May 12, 2022

Leander Votes to Keep Itself Connected to Cap Metro
Leander Votes to Keep Itself Connected to Cap Metro
Bus service, shuttle service, and MetroRail, oh my!

Brant Bingamon, May 12, 2022

Lake Travis Finally Considers Adding a Second High School
Lake Travis Finally Considers Adding a Second High School
Reaching a tipping point

Morgan O’Hanlon, May 12, 2022

Cedar Park Moderates Kick MAGAs to the Curb
Cedar Park Moderates Kick MAGAs to the Curb
Moderates win down the ballot against far-right challengers

Maggie Quinlan, May 12, 2022

<i>Chronicle</i> Endorsements for the May 24 Democratic Run-Offs
Chronicle Endorsements for the May 24 Democratic Run-Offs
From Congress to land commissioner, here are our picks

The 'Chronicle' News staff, May 12, 2022

Cap Metro CEO Departing to D.C.
Cap Metro CEO Departing to D.C.
Randy Clarke is set to head Washington D.C.’s transit authority

Mike Clark-Madison, May 12, 2022

MAGAs Win in Lake Travis and Georgetown ISDs
MAGAs Win in Lake Travis and Georgetown ISDs
The right marches on school boards

Morgan O’Hanlon, May 12, 2022

May 24 Primary Run-Off Elections
May 24 Primary Run-Off Elections
Early Voting May 16-20; Election Day Tue., May 24

May 12, 2022

Austin at Large: Asymmetrical Info Warfare
Austin at Large: Asymmetrical Info Warfare
Scorched-earth polarization makes us see our foes’ weaknesses as strengths

Mike Clark-Madison, May 12, 2022

Council Recap: Nothing Goes Farther Than Cash
Council Recap: Nothing Goes Farther Than Cash
City to launch guaranteed-income pilot program

Austin Sanders, May 6, 2022

Austin at Large: Look What We Made Them Do
Austin at Large: Look What We Made Them Do
So, why do these creeps care so much about other people’s abortions, anyway?

Mike Clark-Madison, May 5, 2022

City Council Helps Firefighters Keep Arbitration on the Table
City Council Helps Firefighters Keep Arbitration on the Table
Blocking the exits

Austin Sanders, May 5, 2022

Public Notice: Helping the Helpers
Public Notice: Helping the Helpers

Nick Barbaro, May 5, 2022

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