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Social Justice Advocates Call for Big Moves to Ease the Blow of Coronavirus
Social Justice Advocates Call for Big Moves to Ease the Blow of Coronavirus
The most at risk

Mary Tuma, March 19, 2020

Local Students Face an Open-Ended Spring Break
Local Students Face an Open-Ended Spring Break
School's out for ...

Beth Sullivan, March 19, 2020

Headlines

March 19, 2020

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

March 19, 2020

People Experiencing Homelessness Brace for More Changes in Support Systems
People Experiencing Homelessness Brace for More Changes in Support Systems
Where are they supposed to go?

Austin Sanders, March 19, 2020

<i>Chronicle</i> Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19
Chron Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19
Staff member self-quarantined on first symptoms

the News Staff, March 18, 2020

Criminal Justice Advocates and Officials at Odds Over Pandemic Precautions
Criminal Justice Advocates and Officials at Odds Over Pandemic Precautions
Campaigning by another name

Michael King, March 18, 2020

University of Texas Classes Move Online for Remainder of Spring Semester
University of Texas Classes Move Online for Remainder of Spring Semester
Students will also have to vacate residence halls

Beth Sullivan, March 18, 2020

Cap Metro Begins Modified Transit Schedule March 18
Cap Metro Begins Modified Transit Schedule March 18
New boarding and cleaning protocols also announced

Austin Sanders, March 17, 2020

Austin Closes Bars, Dining Rooms in Latest COVID-19 Measures
Austin Closes Bars, Dining Rooms in Latest COVID-19 Measures
Gatherings of 10 or more prohibited; orders in effect through May 1

Mike Clark-Madison, March 17, 2020

Campaigns Respond to Pandemic Crisis (Continued)
Campaigns & Coronavirus
Candidates steadily re-adjust and reduce public campaigning

Michael King, March 17, 2020

Austin Expected to Shut Down Bars, Dining and More Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Adler, Eckhardt to announce next steps 11am Tuesday, March 17

Mike Clark-Madison, March 16, 2020

10 Cases of COVID-19 Now Reported in Travis County, and the Rest of the Day's Developments
10 Cases of COVID-19 Now Reported in Travis County, and the Rest of the Day's Developments
We round up the latest closures, take-out options, and more

the News Staff, March 16, 2020

Austin Restaurant Take-Out and Other Food Delivery Options During Coronavirus Quarantine
Take-Out and Other Food Delivery Options
Support local business while maintaining your social distance

Jessi Cape, March 16, 2020

If You Have To Leave The House, Why Not Donate Blood?
If You Have To Leave The House, Why Not Donate Blood?
Hospitals could face critical shortages as outbreak disrupts drives

Margaret Nicklas, March 16, 2020

Austin Donation and Volunteer Opportunities During Coronavirus Outbreak
COVID-19 Community Opportunities
Ways to help your neighbor during this trying time

Katherine McNevins, March 16, 2020

Advocates Call on City, County to Protect Most Vulnerable During COVID-19 Outbreak
Advocates Call on City, County to Protect Most Vulnerable During COVID-19 Outbreak
Education, health, housing, justice addressed by list of demands

Mary Tuma, March 16, 2020

AISD: No Classes Until April 3, Preparing for Distance Learning
AISD: No Classes Until April 3, Preparing for Distance Learning
Schools to provide curbside meals at 14 sites amid COVID-19 concerns

Beth Sullivan, March 16, 2020

José Garza Calls for Jail Changes To Reduce COVID-19 Danger
José Garza Calls for Jail Changes To Reduce COVID-19 Danger
D.A. candidate calls for fewer arrests, more releases

Brant Bingamon, March 16, 2020

Local, State Health Leaders Try to Keep Up with COVID-19
Local, State Health Leaders Try to Keep Up with COVID-19
Six known cases in Travis County but actual number likely higher

Margaret Nicklas, March 16, 2020

City of Austin Scales Back on Some Public Services During COVID-19 Outbreak
City Scales Back Some Public Services
Essential services including public safety, utilities continue

Austin Sanders, March 16, 2020

Mayor Bans Gatherings of 250+ People
Mayor Bans Gatherings of 250+ People
New order aims to slow transmission of COVID-19

Beth Sullivan, March 14, 2020

AISD Board Votes to Give Superintendent Broadened Authority
AISD Board Expands Superintendent's Authority
Resolution lets Cruz take "immediate action" on COVID-19 response

Austin Sanders, March 14, 2020

The Latest on COVID-19 and Its Effects on Austin
The Latest on COVID-19 and Its Effects on Austin
Our News team's ongoing coverage of events in Austin and Texas

the News Staff, March 13, 2020

Utility Shut-offs, Evictions, Court Dates Suspended Due to Pandemic
Utility Shut-offs, Evictions Suspended
City and county officials aim to soften economic blow of COVID-19

Austin Sanders, March 13, 2020

Gov. Abbott Announces State of Disaster, Urges Texans Not to Hoard
Abbott Declares State of Disaster
Governor says more facilities will have testing capabilities soon

Margaret Nicklas, March 13, 2020

How Will COVID-19 Affect Austinites Without Housing?
COVID-19 Impacts on Homeless Population
For shelters, shutting down is "beyond the worst-case scenario"

Austin Sanders, March 13, 2020

Coronavirus Impacts in Austin
Coronavirus Impacts in Austin
The Austin Chronicle Show on KOOP FM talks COVID-19

Kimberley Jones, March 13, 2020

Amid Coronavirus, Labor Advocates Call on State to End Attack on Paid Sick Leave
Labor Advocates Call for Paid Sick Leave Reform
Abbott fails to account for millions who can’t just “work from home”

Mary Tuma, March 13, 2020

Band and Venue Cancellations Adding Up Amid COVID-19 Concerns
Band and Venue Cancellations Adding Up Amid COVID-19 Concerns
Our updated list of music-industry cancellations and closures

The Music Staff, March 13, 2020

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