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Footage Shows Austin Police Violence to Black Lives Matter Protesters
Footage Shows Austin Police Violence to Black Lives Matter Protesters
Video shows injuries from use of pepper spray, beanbag rounds

Richard Whittaker, June 4, 2020

Civics 101

June 4, 2020

“I Want Peace, but I Want Justice First”
“I Want Peace, but I Want Justice First”
Austinites protested against police brutality. Police responded with brutal force.

Mike Clark-Madison, June 4, 2020

Council Makes Time to Address Protest Fallout
Council Makes Time to Address Protest Fallout
The right to listen

Austin Sanders, June 4, 2020

A Month After Mike Ramos Died, Some Hesitant Steps Toward Accountability
A Month After Mike Ramos Died, Some Hesitant Steps Toward Accountability
Justice comes slowly

Austin Sanders, June 4, 2020

AISD Will Resume Classes in August, but What Will They Look Like?
AISD Will Resume Classes in August, but What Will They Look Like?
District mulls “blended approach” to reopening schools, schedules virtual conversations with parents, students, and staff

Beth Sullivan, June 4, 2020

Austin At Large: Unsafe Together
Austin At Large: Unsafe Together
The highway before us is littered with risks, but it’s the only way to go

Mike Clark-Madison, June 4, 2020

Pools Reopen, but With New Rules
Expect temperature checks, required masks, and sign-ins when you return to city pools

the News Staff, June 4, 2020

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

June 4, 2020

Following Protests, Expect a Jump in COVID-19 Cases
Following Protests, Expect a Jump in COVID-19 Cases
City releases new metric for judging stages of risk and promises better outreach to communities of color

Kimberley Jones and Beth Sullivan, June 4, 2020

Public Notice: The Battle of I-35
Public Notice: The Battle of I-35
Are we due for a rematch tonight?

Nick Barbaro, June 4, 2020

Voting By Mail? The Decision Is Yours.
Voting By Mail? The Decision Is Yours.
Texas Supreme Court rejects Paxton writ of mandamus, leaves VBM to voter

Michael King, June 4, 2020

Resources to Support Black Austinites During Police Brutality Protests
Resources to Support Black Austinites During Police Brutality Protests
How to help and how to find help

Selome Hailu, June 3, 2020

Scenes From Tuesday's Protest Against Police Violence
Scenes From Tuesday's Protest Against Police Violence
Photos by David Brendan Hall

Photos, June 3, 2020

What to Expect at Austin's Newly Reopened Pools
What to Expect at Austin's Newly Reopened Pools
New policies, fewer pools, and how to navigate them

Clara Ence Morse, June 2, 2020

A Black Man Is in Critical Condition After Being Struck With “Less Lethal Impact Munitions” at Sunday's Demonstration
A Black Man Is in Critical Condition After Being Struck With “Less Lethal Impact Munitions” at Sunday's Demonstration
Chief Brian Manley addressed police response at Monday presser

Austin Sanders, June 1, 2020

Scenes From Sunday's Protest Against Police Violence
Scenes From Sunday's Protest Against Police Violence
Photos by David Brendan Hall, Jana Birchum, and John Anderson

Photos, June 1, 2020

Scenes From Saturday's Protest Against Police Violence
Scenes From Saturday's Protest Against Police Violence
Photos by Jana Birchum, and John Anderson

Photos, May 31, 2020

Austin Reopens Some Public Services and Private Businesses
Austin Reopens Some Public Services and Private Businesses
Here's what you need to know before you head out

Clara Ence Morse, May 30, 2020

Texas Supreme Court Issues Ambiguous Decision on Vote-By-Mail
Supremes on VBM
Rules COVID-19 risk not a “disability" – leaves VBM decision to voters

Michael King, May 28, 2020

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

May 28, 2020

As Bars Go Wild, Austin Prepares for Inevitable Second Wave
As Bars Go Wild, Austin Prepares for Inevitable Second Wave
Miss the coronavirus? It'll be back!

Mike Clark-Madison, May 28, 2020

Austin At Large: Cars That Go “Boom!”
Austin At Large: Cars That Go “Boom!”
Let’s never be desperate enough to hook up with Elon Musk, OK?

Mike Clark-Madison, May 28, 2020

Healthy Streets Program's Partial Closures Give Nondrivers Room
Healthy Streets Program's Partial Closures Give Nondrivers Room
Share the streets

Austin Sanders, May 28, 2020

Public Notice: Please, Can We Reopen Our Economy for Real?
Public Notice: Please, Can We Reopen Our Economy for Real?
“Open Texas” doesn’t go nearly far enough

Nick Barbaro, May 28, 2020

New “Equity Coalition” Pushes Back on AISD Board
New “Equity Coalition” Pushes Back on AISD Board
Superintendent search on wrong track, say advocates

Beth Sullivan, May 28, 2020

More Help for Survivors During COVID Crisis
More Help for Survivors During COVID Crisis
Council approves $800,000 in RISE funding to Survive2Thrive

Beth Sullivan, May 28, 2020

Civics 101

May 28, 2020

No Virus, But Few Tests for County Inmates
No Virus, But Few Tests for County Inmates
As COVID-19 outbreaks behind bars happen across the country, closer scrutiny at Travis County jail protocols

Brant Bingamon, May 28, 2020

A Rough Start to Summer for Austin’s Beloved Pools
A Rough Start to Summer for Austin’s Beloved Pools
Can we swim yet?

Clara Ence Morse, May 28, 2020

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