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Rep. Talarico Shocked at Inhumane Border Facility Conditions During Tour
Talarico Shocked at Border Facility Conditions
Austin-area lawmaker part of delegation that visited El Paso, Clint

Mary Tuma, July 2, 2019

Julian Castro and Beto O'Rourke Highlight Rivalry at Events in Austin
Julian Castro and Beto O'Rourke Highlight Rivalry at Events in Austin
For now, there's room enough in Texas for both its 2020 favorite sons

Mike Clark-Madison, June 29, 2019

Checking in With Beto and Castro's Post-Debate Presidential Chances
Checking in With Beto and Castro's Post-Debate Presidential Chances
¿Cómo se dice "do your homework" en español?

Mike Clark-Madison, June 27, 2019

Local Leaders “Encouraged” By SCOTUS Citizenship Question Ruling
Local Leaders “Encouraged” By SCOTUS Citizenship Question Ruling
Question jeopardized federal funds that flow to Texas

Mary Tuma, June 27, 2019

District Court Candidates Announce Dem Primary Candidacies
Judicial 2020 Candidates
Here come the judges …

Michael King, June 27, 2019

Austin at Large: What the Market Will Bear
Austin at Large: What the Market Will Bear
From the creeks to the streets, Austin gets clear on what it wants

Mike Clark-Madison, June 27, 2019

Headlines
Headlines

June 27, 2019

Council Dials Back Laws Targeting Homeless
Council Dials Back Laws Targeting Homeless
In response, Abbott again threatens to save Austin from its elected leaders

Austin Sanders, June 27, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

June 27, 2019

New Plan Reimagines Walter E. Long Park
New Plan Reimagines Walter E. Long Park
Austin's largest park closer to a long-promised makeover

Mike Clark-Madison, June 27, 2019

APD Officers Named in Excessive Force Suit
APD Officers Named in Excessive Force Suit
Breanna Williams says the 2017 incident caused emotional, physical, and professional distress

Megan Menchaca, June 27, 2019

Civics 101

June 27, 2019

Attorney General Ken Paxton Gets Yet Another Legal Pass
Attorney General Ken Paxton Gets Yet Another Legal Pass
The latest twist in the years-long saga over Paxton's securities fraud charge

Mary Tuma, June 27, 2019

Is Austin Big Enough for Both MLS and USL Soccer Teams?
Is Austin Big Enough for Both MLS and USL Soccer Teams?
Rival sports titans square off in soccer city

Austin Sanders, June 27, 2019

Houston Company Buys <i>Texas Monthly</i>
Texas Monthly Sold
Enterprise Products LLC buys mag from equity firm Genesis Park

Michael King, June 25, 2019

Rep. Jonathan Stickland’s Not Running Again and You Can Thank the Lord
Stickland Not Running Again
Curtains down for the notoriously belligerent legislator, aka Sticky

Mary Tuma, June 24, 2019

Austin Monitor Publisher Merges With Glasshouse Policy
Austin Monitor Merger
New venture hoping to expand journalism, research, public policy

Michael King, June 24, 2019

Council Recap: Too Late to Turn Back Time
Council Recap: Too Late to Turn Back Time
New taxes for lakeside homes, operators for Butler Pitch and Putt

Austin Sanders, June 21, 2019

Council Bites the Bullet, Helps the Homeless
Council Bites the Bullet, Helps the Homeless
Decriminalization advocates prevail, new shelter deal OK'd

Austin Sanders, June 21, 2019

Abbott to Send 1,000 National Guard Troops to Texas Border
Abbott to Send 1,000 National Guard Troops to Texas Border
Slams Congress as "reprobates" for failing border security

Mary Tuma, June 21, 2019

City Speeds Up Rape Kit Review
City Speeds Up Rape Kit Review
New contracts will expedite the process to clear rape kit backlog

Sarah Marloff, June 20, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

June 20, 2019

Civics 101

June 20, 2019

The Toll Anti-Choice Laws Have on Real Lives
The Toll Anti-Choice Laws Have on Real Lives
UT researcher interviewed 603 women about the barriers facing abortion care in Texas

Mary Tuma, June 20, 2019

Point Austin: “The Time to Act Is Now”
Point Austin: “The Time to Act Is Now”
Lloyd Doggett on the need to begin impeachment proceedings

Michael King, June 20, 2019

An Intro to Our Beto-meter and Castro-meter
An Intro to Our Beto-meter and Castro-meter
We'll be checking in with Texas' presidential candidates to see if their star is on the rise or fall

Mike Clark-Madison, June 20, 2019

Headlines
Headlines

June 20, 2019

AISD Board of Trustees Approves $1.6 Billion Budget for 2019-2020
AISD Board of Trustees Approves $1.6 Billion Budget for 2019-2020
Lege gives AISD a one-year budget breather

Austin Sanders, June 20, 2019

Austin Contemplates How to Make I-35 Suck Less
Austin Contemplates How to Make I-35 Suck Less
The past, present, and future of the man-made barrier through the heart of our town

Mike Clark-Madison, June 20, 2019

No Pride Flags Flying in Williamson County
No Pride Flags Flying in Williamson County
WilCo commissioners deny request to fly both LGBTQ and POW flags at county buildings

Sarah Marloff, June 20, 2019

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