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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

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

May 5, 2022

Judge Kocurek Backs Out of Upcoming Eighth Street Trials
Judge Kocurek Backs Out of Upcoming Eighth Street Trials
Judge seeks recusal after telling D.A.’s Office she “felt betrayed”

Austin Sanders, May 5, 2022

Merging Music and Medicine at Dell Med
Merging Music and Medicine at Dell Med
Dell Medical School’s new orchestra to debut with hospital performance

Hannah Uebele, May 5, 2022

Making Sense of the First Days of a Post-<i>Roe</i> Era
Making Sense of the First Days of a Post-Roe Era
Whether this week was a shock or felt like a long time coming, we look at an uncertain horizon

Mike Clark-Madison, May 5, 2022

Integral Care Trustees Delay Vote to Authorize Union
Integral Care Trustees Delay Vote to Authorize Union
The union would represent nearly 1,000 employees

Austin Sanders, May 5, 2022

Texas Abortion Advocates on What Happens Next
Texas Abortion Advocates on What Happens Next
Texans once again have an unfortunate head start in having their rights stripped away

Maggie Quinlan, May 5, 2022

AISD Staff Protest for Higher Wages
AISD Staff Protest for Higher Wages
As the district solidifies its budget, the protesters hope the board listens to their demands

Morgan O’Hanlon, May 5, 2022

How the Filibuster Has Already Undermined Democracy
How the Filibuster Has Already Undermined Democracy
The recent attacks on reproductive rights reveal another reason to let the filibuster burn

Michael King, May 5, 2022

City Ordered to Pay Developer for Historic Montopolis Negro School Property
City Ordered to Pay Developer for Historic Montopolis Negro School Property
The high cost of history

Abe Asher, May 5, 2022

Abortion Resources for Texans and Beyond
Abortion Resources for Texans and Beyond
From counseling to contraception to legal services, here are your options

May 5, 2022

District Judge Backs Out of Upcoming Eighth Street Trials
District Judge Backs Out of Upcoming Eighth Street Trials
Kocurek seeks recusal after telling DA’s office she “felt betrayed”

Austin Sanders, May 2, 2022

In Leander and Cedar Park, Backlash Is on the Ballot
In Leander and Cedar Park, Backlash Is on the Ballot
Moving away from Austin?

Brant Bingamon, April 28, 2022

Council Punts on VMU and Guaranteed Income
Council Punts on VMU and Guaranteed Income
$1,000 checks from the city and lax parking regulations will have to wait

Austin Sanders, April 28, 2022

Deep-Pocket Donors Fund Right-Wing School Board Candidates in the Austin Suburbs
Deep-Pocket Donors Fund Right-Wing School Board Candidates in the Austin Suburbs
Drama outside of town

Morgan O’Hanlon, April 28, 2022

Melissa Lucio’s Execution Halted
Melissa Lucio’s Execution Halted
The mother convicted for killing her daughter could receive a new trial

Brant Bingamon, April 28, 2022

Austin at Large: The Road Goes on Forever …
Austin at Large: The Road Goes on Forever …
After 30 years of effort, East 12th Street is still a long way from its envisioned future

Mike Clark-Madison, April 28, 2022

East Austin Residents Need Resilience Hubs Sooner Rather Than Later
East Austin Residents Need Resilience Hubs Sooner Rather Than Later
City looks to fill in some of the gaps of inequity during times of crisis

Heather Stewart, April 28, 2022

Public Notice: The 30% Solution
Public Notice: The 30% Solution
Capital Metro slow-rolls out the next draft of the rail plan

Nick Barbaro, April 28, 2022

Iron Ox Farm Optimizes Indoor Farming With AI and Robots
Iron Ox Farm Optimizes Indoor Farming With AI and Robots
Lockhart hydroponic farm puts sustainability first

Lina Fisher, April 28, 2022

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

April 28, 2022

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