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Council Recap: A Wary, Cloudy Start for a New Police Cadet Class
Council Recap: A Wary, Cloudy Start for a New Police Cadet Class
“Reimagined” academy still a work in progress

Austin Sanders, May 7, 2021

Barton Springs Pool Will Require Reservations Starting May 21
Barton Springs Pool Will Require Reservations Starting May 21
No more sauntering into Austin’s natural springs fed pool on a whim

Kimberley Jones, May 7, 2021

Civics 101

May 6, 2021

For Briscoe Cain's Next Act, Watch This Bill Disappear (Along With Your Right to Vote)
For Briscoe Cain's Next Act, Watch This Bill Disappear (Along With Your Right to Vote)
House committee guts SB 7, replaces it with language from other draconian voting restriction bill

Benton Graham, May 6, 2021

APD Releases Incident Video of Gonzales Shooting
APD Releases Incident Video of Gonzales Shooting
Escalating quickly

Brant Bingamon, May 6, 2021

May 1 Special Election Results: Austin Voters Tell City Leaders What They Don't Like
May 1 Special Election Results: Austin Voters Tell City Leaders What They Don't Like
Strong-mayor proposal fails spectacularly, while voters say "yes" to reinstating public camping ban

Mike Clark-Madison, May 6, 2021

Amy's Army Raises Awareness, Support for Sexual Assault Survivors
Amy's Army Raises Awareness, Support for Sexual Assault Survivors
New social media campaign calls for meaningful reform in local criminal justice system

Sarah Marloff, May 6, 2021

Austin at Large: Stupid Games, Ugly Prizes
Austin at Large: Stupid Games, Ugly Prizes
With the lives of Austin’s unhoused poor at stake, the city prepares to do something

Mike Clark-Madison, May 6, 2021

Finally, COVID Relief Funds Coming to Austin Schools
Finally, COVID Relief Funds Coming to Austin Schools
District lays off evaluators, asks them to reapply

Clara Ence Morse, May 6, 2021

Public Notice: Just to Clarify
Public Notice: Just to Clarify
Speedway post office closing, AISD spending delayed?

Nick Barbaro, May 6, 2021

Under Fire, AISD Launches Plan to Fix Special Ed
Under Fire, AISD Launches Plan to Fix Special Ed
District lays off evaluators, asks them to reapply

Clara Ence Morse, May 6, 2021

The Ugly End to Jason Dusterhoft's Police Career Was Only the Beginning for APD
The Ugly End to Jason Dusterhoft's Police Career Was Only the Beginning for APD
Three chiefs gone in Austin

Brant Bingamon, May 6, 2021

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

May 6, 2021

Cannabills Get Closer to the Capitol End Zone
Cannabills Get Closer to the Capitol End Zone
Texas House passes measures to reduce penalties, increase medical use

Kevin Curtin, May 6, 2021

The Rise and Fall of Jason Dusterhoft (and His Frenemies)
A trip down APD's Memory Lane, from the Chronicle archives

May 6, 2021

Texas House Passes Near-Total Abortion Ban
Texas House Passes Near-Total Abortion Ban
SB 8 allows anyone the right to sue a provider

Mary Tuma, May 5, 2021

May 1 Special Election Results: First Five Win, Last Three Lose
May 1 Special Election Results: First Five Win, Last Three Lose
$1 million buys camping ban; strong-mayor couldn't be weaker

Mike Clark-Madison, May 1, 2021

May 1 Special Election Early Voting Results Are In
May 1 Special Election Early Voting Results Are In
Big lead for Prop B, even bigger deficit for Prop F

Mike Clark-Madison, May 1, 2021

United Against Anti-Trans Legislation Rally
United Against Anti-Trans Legislation Rally
Photos by John Anderson

Photos, April 30, 2021

Local Legal Leaders Come Out Swinging Against Anti-Abortion Bills
Local Legal Leaders Come Out Swinging Against Anti-Abortion Bills
Proposals let literally anyone drag providers into court

Mary Tuma, April 30, 2021

Finally, COVID Relief Funds Coming to Austin Schools
Finally, COVID Relief Funds Coming to Austin Schools
$155 million to AISD, $11.2 billion statewide clear TEA logjam

Clara Ence Morse, April 30, 2021

Austin at Large: Right Back Where We Started
Austin at Large: Right Back Where We Started
Texas will do little. Austin will do more. America will validate us. What happens next?

Mike Clark-Madison, April 29, 2021

Election Ticker: It’s a Long, Long While From May to November ...
Election Ticker: It’s a Long, Long While From May to November ...

Mike Clark-Madison, April 29, 2021

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

April 29, 2021

Young People Power Texas Climate Plan
Young People Power Texas Climate Plan
House Democrats package 41 bills to protect the environment

Lina Fisher, April 29, 2021

Public Notice: Trying to Get Swimmers’ Ears
Public Notice: Trying to Get Swimmers’ Ears
Plus parks, public safety, naked gardening, and more ...

Nick Barbaro, April 29, 2021

Community First! Expansion to Create 1,400 Additional Homes for Austin's Formerly Homeless Neighbors
Community First! Expansion to Create 1,400 Additional Homes for Austin's Formerly Homeless Neighbors
A neighborhood to call home

Beth Sullivan, April 29, 2021

The Forces Within the (Task) Force: The Working Groups

April 29, 2021

Round Rock High Schoolers Spark Learning During the Pandemic
Round Rock High Schoolers Spark Learning During the Pandemic

Benton Graham, April 29, 2021

For Trans Texans, One Bill Forward, Two Bills Back
For Trans Texans, One Bill Forward, Two Bills Back
Texas has filed the most anti-LGBTQIA bills in the nation this year

Beth Sullivan, April 29, 2021

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