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Corrupt Cop on the Chopping Block
Corrupt Cop on the Chopping Block
APD officer helped a domestic violence suspect evade arrest, according to Chief Joe Chacon memo

Austin Sanders, March 31, 2022

Austin Man’s Suicide in Jail After Seeking Medical Care Raises Question: Why Was He There?
Austin Man’s Suicide in Jail After Seeking Medical Care Raises Question: Why Was He There?
Suffering from criminal depression

Brant Bingamon, March 31, 2022

AISD Approves New Charter Partner for Mendez
AISD Approves New Charter Partner for Mendez
Faced with district takeover and only one applicant, trustees say it was their only choice

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 31, 2022

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

March 31, 2022

Austin Water’s Aquifer Storage Project Steams Ahead
Austin Water’s Aquifer Storage Project Steams Ahead
Project aims to store drinking water underground in the event of another supply issue

Lina Fisher, March 31, 2022

The Location of the DACC Remains Up in the Air
The Location of the DACC Remains Up in the Air
Council delays vote on community court relocation to study alternate sites, service model

Austin Sanders, March 31, 2022

Public Notice: Taking Our Toll
Public Notice: Taking Our Toll
New toll booths on I-35 will benefit transit, TxDOT, and the Chronicle

Nick Barbaro, March 31, 2022

Rep. Doggett Secures $2M for Central TX Mental Health Data Map
Rep. Doggett Secures $2M for Central TX Mental Health Data Map
“One-stop shop” slated for clinicians, policymakers, and nonprofits to understand the landscape of mental health

Lina Fisher, March 31, 2022

Greg Casar Joins Unionizing Starbucks Workers
Greg Casar Joins Unionizing Starbucks Workers
Casar visited the third Starbucks location in Texas to join nationwide unionization effort

Lina Fisher, March 31, 2022

The Trouble With Tank Farms
The Trouble With Tank Farms
East Austinites who saw the health impacts of a tank farm in the 1990s push back against airport proposal

Abe Asher, March 31, 2022

MetroBike Gears Up for Revamp After Major Outage
MetroBike Gears Up for Revamp After Major Outage
Austin’s bike share program shut down completely during SXSW

Hannah Uebele, March 31, 2022

Two Promising Challenges to SB 8 Forge On, as More Abortion Funds Face Legal Threats
Two Promising Challenges to SB 8 Forge On, as More Abortion Funds Face Legal Threats
Abortion advocates say the fight is a social one and long from over

Maggie Quinlan, March 31, 2022

In Austin, Nancy Pelosi Says She Sees No Chance of Pro-Choice Legislation Passing Current U.S. Senate
Pelosi: No Chance of Codifying Roe
Pelosi: “I wish I could be more optimistic”

Maggie Quinlan, March 24, 2022

Free Acupuncture for Weary ER & ICU Staff
Free Acupuncture for Weary ER & ICU Staff
Doctors, nurses and receptionists from St. David’s get treatments on the house

Ellen Daly, March 24, 2022

Growing Program Creates Green Jobs, Maintains Underserved Parks
Growing Program Creates Green Jobs, Maintains Underserved Parks
Building a sustainable future

Hannah Uebele, March 24, 2022

Austin at Large: SXSW, in Four Dimensions
Austin at Large: SXSW, in Four Dimensions
Reporter, presenter, attendee, local: An after-action report on confab’s comeback

Mike Clark-Madison, March 24, 2022

Sound the Alarms: Does Central Texas Need a Storm Alert System?
Sound the Alarms: Does Central Texas Need a Storm Alert System?
Austinites struck by surprise when tornadoes swept the I-35 corridor on Monday

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 24, 2022

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

March 24, 2022

Another Fentanyl Overdose Surge Overwhelms the County
Another Fentanyl Overdose Surge Overwhelms the County
Harm reduction advocates urge access to fentanyl testing strips

Lina Fisher, March 24, 2022

Public Notice: Good Riddance
Public Notice: Good Riddance
With CodeNext finally dead, can we finally move ahead?

Nick Barbaro, March 24, 2022

ACLU, Lambda Legal Back in Court to Halt Trans “Abuse” Investigations
ACLU, Lambda Legal Back in Court to Halt Trans “Abuse” Investigations
AG Paxton argues investigations should continue while ruling protecting famlies of trans children is appealed

Kit O’Connell, March 24, 2022

Texas Democrats and Republicans Disagree on Cause of Sex Trafficking Scandal
Texas Democrats and Republicans Disagree on Cause of Sex Trafficking Scandal
Twisted priorities at DFPS-contracted Bastrop facility

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 24, 2022

Up the Pay, Medics Might Stay
Up the Pay, Medics Might Stay
Volunteers for overtime nearly doubled after EMS made OT pay double regular hourly wage

Austin Sanders, March 24, 2022

AustinCoin? Council Considering Crypto
AustinCoin? Council Considering Crypto
Some City Council members want to look into cryptocurrency as a way to pay taxes, city bills

Austin Sanders, March 24, 2022

Tornado Damage in Round Rock
Tornado Damage in Round Rock
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, March 22, 2022

Racial Profiling Report Finds Cops Still Racial Profiling
Austin Police Department annual report shows a disproportional number of Black Austinites arrested, injured

Brant Bingamon, March 17, 2022

Drama at Round Rock ISD Reaches a Temporary Resolution
Drama at Round Rock ISD Reaches a Temporary Resolution
The district’s board of trustees decided not to part ways with its superintendent, ending a months-long saga

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 17, 2022

Austin at Large: People Can’t Live at the Bank
Austin at Large: People Can’t Live at the Bank
We should spend money to help people and build more homes. Is that so hard?

Mike Clark-Madison, March 17, 2022

Mendez and Martin Sixth-Grade Elimination Will Create Overall Enrollment Boon, Says District
Mendez and Martin Sixth-Grade Elimination Will Create Overall Enrollment Boon, Says District
Parents and teachers maintain that the district’s priorities may be skewed

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 17, 2022

Ukrainians With Austin Family Defy Death to Get Here
Ukrainians With Austin Family Defy Death to Get Here
Seeking refuge in Austin

Maggie Quinlan, March 17, 2022

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