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Local Politicians Call for Voting by Mail
Local Politicians Call for Voting by Mail
Sheryl Cole and Mike Siegel demand “common sense and good policy”

Michael King, March 13, 2020

Local Election Campaigns Taking Precautions Against Pandemic
Campaign Coronavirus Precautions
Gandhi congressional campaign, others begin changing public plans

Michael King, March 13, 2020

Austin Area Cancellations and Other COVID-19 Updates
Austin Area Cancellations and Other COVID-19 Updates
Gov. Abbott declares statewide public health disaster

James Renovitch, March 13, 2020

Austin Identifies Area's First COVID-19 Cases
Austin Identifies Area's First COVID-19 Cases
Two presumed to be infected pending CDC confirmation

Austin Sanders and Margaret Nicklas, March 13, 2020

Rodeo Austin Announces Cancellation of Events
Rodeo Austin Is Canceled
City and county officials made the call

Gianni Zorrilla, March 12, 2020

Frank Erwin Center Postpones Shows Indefinitely
Frank Erwin Center Postpones Shows Indefinitely
Plus an extended spring break and more cancellations

the Editorial Staff, March 12, 2020

First Hearing for Land Development Code Revision Lawsuit
First Hearing for Land Development Code Revision Lawsuit
Plaintiffs claim city hasn't met state law requirements for zoning changes

Austin Sanders, March 12, 2020

Mike Siegel and Pritesh Gandhi Vie for Dem Nod in Texas' Congressional District 10
Mike Siegel and Pritesh Gandhi Vie for Dem Nod in Texas' Congressional District 10
Both candidates are looking for the chance to bounce Michael McCaul from congress

Michael King, March 12, 2020

Good Apple Works to Get Healthy Food on the Table for East Austin Families
Good Apple Works to Get Healthy Food on the Table for East Austin Families
With a $75,000 grant from the Austin City: One Challenge, this grocery delivery service hopes its efforts address food insecurity

Neelam Bohra, March 12, 2020

New Rules on Mass Gatherings in Austin
New Rules on Mass Gatherings in Austin
Checklist developed to assess risk levels associated with public events

Kevin Curtin, March 12, 2020

Point Austin: Future Outcomes Not Assured
Point Austin: Future Outcomes Not Assured
Super Tuesday’s first-round results leave plenty of unanswered questions

Michael King, March 12, 2020

Rick Kennedy and Pete Sessions Lead In Run-Off for Texas' 17th Congressional District
Rick Kennedy and Pete Sessions Lead In Run-Off for Texas' 17th Congressional District
Both sides of ballot in contest for radically gerrymandered seat

Michael King, March 12, 2020

Despite the Virus, City Council Has Business to Attend To
Despite the Virus, City Council Has Business to Attend To
Health and home on the agenda

Austin Sanders, March 12, 2020

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

March 12, 2020

Race for Congressional District 31 Is Down to Two Dem Candidates
Race for Congressional District 31 Is Down to Two Dem Candidates
Run-off winner will challenge GOP incumbent Rep. John Carter

Michael King, March 12, 2020

Fragmented Senate Contest Becomes a Fight Between Royce West and MJ Hegar
Fragmented Senate Contest Becomes a Fight Between Royce West and MJ Hegar
Winner will challenge long-term GOP incumbent Sen. John Cornyn

Michael King, March 12, 2020

Civics 101

March 12, 2020

The Latest on the Local Actions and Reactions to COVID-19
The Latest on the Local Actions and Reactions to COVID-19
Health officials feel wary but ready

Margaret Nicklas, March 12, 2020

Big, Bold, and Costly: Austin’s Makes a Third Try at Rail Transit
Big, Bold, and Costly: Austin’s Makes a Third Try at Rail Transit
The train is here

Mike Clark-Madison, March 12, 2020

Death Watch: Defense to D.A. – A Conflict of Interest?
Death Watch: Defense to D.A. – A Conflict of Interest?
John Hummel's attorney calls original trial lawyer's presence in D.A.s office "an irresolvable conflict of interest," seeks to stop execution on that ground

Brant Bingamon, March 12, 2020

What You Can Do to Prevent Spreading Coronavirus
What You Can Do to Prevent Spreading Coronavirus
CDC’s recommendations for helping prevent spread of respiratory diseases

March 12, 2020

Headlines
Headlines

March 12, 2020

Eddie Rodriguez and Sarah Eckhardt Jump Into State Senate Fray</b>
Eddie Rodriguez and Sarah Eckhardt Jump Into State Senate Fray
State rep. and county judge enter race to succeed Watson

Mike Clark-Madison, March 12, 2020

4,000 Volunteers Make It Personal With Public Lands on It’s My Park Day
4,000 Volunteers Make It Personal With Public Lands on It’s My Park Day
Austin Parks Foundation’s largest citywide volunteer effort tackles 110 park projects

Sofia Tafich, March 12, 2020

How and Why the City and County Chose to Cancel SXSW
How and Why the City and County Chose to Cancel SXSW
Striking precarious, if unachievable, balance between protecting public health and avoiding economic calamity

Austin Sanders, March 12, 2020

Eckhardt Resigns as Travis County Judge, Enters State Senate Race
Eckhardt Resigns as Travis County Judge, Enters State Senate Race
Predecessor Sam Biscoe appointed to fill seat until November election

Mike Clark-Madison, March 10, 2020

SXSW Lays Off Some 50 Employees After Cancellation of 2020 Festival
SXSW Lays Off Some 50 Employees After Cancellation of 2020 Festival
Senior source says it was the only way to “stop the bleeding”

Kevin Curtin, March 9, 2020

Tzintzún Ramirez Endorses Royce West for Senate
Tzintzún Ramirez Endorses West
Runners-up join forces to take on MJ Hegar in run-off

Michael King, March 9, 2020

New Health Clinic Opens to Serve Travis County's
New Health Clinic Opens to Serve Travis County's "Eastern Crescent"
CommUnityCare brings care closer to thousands at Hornsby Bend site

Mike Clark-Madison, March 9, 2020

Rep. Eddie Rodriguez Kicks Off Run for State Senate
Rep. Eddie Rodriguez Kicks Off Run for State Senate
Lege veteran aims to claim Watson's seat in special election

Mike Clark-Madison, March 7, 2020

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