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Pete Buttigieg Is Thinking Big
Pete Buttigieg Is Thinking Big
Transportation secretary considers climate change in SXSW keynote

Benton Graham, March 18, 2021

Oil Painter, Former President George W. Bush Still Bullish on Democracy
Oil Painter, Former President George W. Bush Still Bullish on Democracy
SXSW chat touches on immigration, Jan. 6 attack, and MLB’s misstep

Benton Graham, March 18, 2021

Lege Ticker: Someone Has to Pay the Post-Storm Electric Bill
Lege Ticker: Someone Has to Pay the Post-Storm Electric Bill
The price is right?

Mike Clark-Madison, March 18, 2021

APD Officer Indicted in 2020 Shooting of Michael Ramos
APD Officer Indicted in 2020 Shooting of Michael Ramos
Christopher Taylor charged with first-degree murder

Austin Sanders, March 18, 2021

As Abbott Blows Off COVID, Austin Just Wants to Stay Alive
As Abbott Blows Off COVID, Austin Just Wants to Stay Alive
The unmasking commences and the governor goes after his own constituents yet again

Mike Clark-Madison, March 18, 2021

Unpopular No. 2 Likely to Lead APD
Unpopular No. 2 Likely to Lead APD
Chief of Staff not popular within APD or with local justice advocates

Austin Sanders, March 18, 2021

Eastern Crescent’s Path to Get Past Pandemic Is Rough
Eastern Crescent’s Path to Get Past Pandemic Is Rough
Finding a way out proves elusive for East Austin and beyond

Beth Sullivan, March 18, 2021

As Crises Abound, AISD Plans for Fewer Teachers
As Crises Abound, AISD Plans for Fewer Teachers
Board considers dire financial projections, falling enrollment, charter competition, and a struggling special ed program

Clara Ence Morse, March 18, 2021

Civics 101

March 18, 2021

“Our House, Our Rules”: Austin Restaurants School the Governor on Limited Government
“Our House, Our Rules”: Austin Restaurants School the Governor on Limited Government
Local eateries make plain – mask requirements aren't going anywhere

Jessi Cape, March 18, 2021

Austin at Large: Blue Blood, From a Turnip
Austin at Large: Blue Blood, From a Turnip
In voting-averse Texas, how can the “election integrity” juice be worth the squeeze?

Mike Clark-Madison, March 18, 2021

Rock & Roll Will Never Die: Locals Take “Safe in Sound” Pledge
Rock & Roll Will Never Die: Locals Take “Safe in Sound” Pledge
Live music ecosystem continues to fight the power (and COVID)

Kevin Curtin, March 18, 2021

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

March 18, 2021

Campaigners, Firefighters Help Residents With Burst Pipes
Campaigners, Firefighters Help Residents With Burst Pipes
Austin needs water, still

Lina Fisher, March 18, 2021

Austin Public Health Vaccine Clinic
Austin Public Health Vaccine Clinic
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, March 18, 2021

Everything's Broken and Thousands are Dead, But There's Always Time For Abortion Bans in Texas
Everything's Broken and Thousands are Dead, But There's Always Time For Abortion Bans in Texas
Seven "priority" anti-choice bills sail to Senate floor

Mary Tuma, March 17, 2021

Austin Drops to Stage 3 COVID-19 Risk Guidelines
Austin Drops to Stage 3 COVID-19 Risk Guidelines
Masks, social distancing still critical, urge health officials

Beth Sullivan, March 13, 2021

Judge Declines Paxton's Push To Rip Austin's Masks Off ASAP
Judge Declines Paxton's Push To Rip Austin's Masks Off ASAP
AG's latest COVID lawsuit set for trial in two weeks

Mike Clark-Madison, March 12, 2021

Al Harrington's Quest for Equity in Cannabis
Al Harrington's Quest for Equity in Cannabis
The former NBA player and SXSW Online speaker bolsters cannabis entrepreneurs

Benton Graham, March 11, 2021

Future-Proofing the Fruits of Austin's Building Boom
Future-Proofing the Fruits of Austin's Building Boom
ULI Greenprint sets a net-zero carbon emissions goal for 2050

Lina Fisher, March 11, 2021

Baratunde Thurston on Staying Civically Engaged During a Pandemic
Baratunde Thurston on Staying Civically Engaged During a Pandemic
The activist-comedian comes to SXSW Online with some tips

Trace Sauveur, March 11, 2021

Frontline Immigrant Workers Hesitant to Receive COVID Vaccine
Frontline Immigrant Workers Hesitant to Receive COVID Vaccine
Missing their shots

Benton Graham, March 11, 2021

Austin at Large: In Control, but Not In Charge
Austin at Large: In Control, but Not In Charge
Amid the ruins of the Texas power grid, following two different paths to failure

Mike Clark-Madison, March 11, 2021

Austin Commits to Local Mask Requirement Amid State Rollback on COVID Restrictions
Austin Commits to Local Mask Requirement Amid State Rollback on COVID Restrictions
City will enforce masks, public health measures under local health authority emergency rules expiring in April

Beth Sullivan, March 11, 2021

Public Notice: Doing In Deed Restrictions?
Public Notice: Doing In Deed Restrictions?
Plus: More Hancock! And fewer teachers?

Nick Barbaro, March 11, 2021

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

March 11, 2021

House Makes Its First Post-Freeze Moves to Fix the Grid
House Makes Its First Post-Freeze Moves to Fix the Grid
Who's got the power?

Mike Clark-Madison, March 11, 2021

Civics 101

March 11, 2021

Grand Jury Indicts APD Officer in Shooting of Michael Ramos
Grand Jury Indicts APD Officer in Shooting of Michael Ramos
Christopher Taylor faces first-degree murder charge

Austin Sanders, March 10, 2021

Council Recap: A Not-Just-Symbolic Promise to Lift Up Black Austin
Council Recap: A Not-Just-Symbolic Promise to Lift Up Black Austin
Apologies and remedies for a long legacy of oppression

Austin Sanders, March 5, 2021

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