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Court Halts Abbott's Depart­ment of Family and Protective Services Investigation Directive
Court Halts Abbott's Depart­ment of Family and Protective Services Investigation Directive
"Abuse" directive hits a roadblock

Kit O’Connell, March 17, 2022

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

March 17, 2022

Fox News Lauds Neo-Nazi in Ukraine With Austin Ties
Fox News Lauds Neo-Nazi in Ukraine With Austin Ties
Questions not asked: Why are you there? Are you a Nazi?

Kit O’Connell, March 17, 2022

Public Notice: Think Globally, Act Locally
Public Notice: Think Globally, Act Locally
Planning for mobility; hoping for democracy

Nick Barbaro, March 17, 2022

APD and City Hall Try to Get Their Eighth Street Protest Stories Straight
APD and City Hall Try to Get Their Eighth Street Protest Stories Straight
Cops in trouble?

Austin Sanders, March 17, 2022

Texas Supreme Court Throws Out Final Senate Bill 8 Challenge
Texas Supreme Court Throws Out Final Senate Bill 8 Challenge
Paving the road to the end

Maggie Quinlan, March 17, 2022

Closing AISD Middle Schools, One Grade at a Time?
Closing AISD Middle Schools, One Grade at a Time?
Two historically Black and Latinx middle schools set to lose sixth grade

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 10, 2022

Austin Trans Youth & Allies Rally Against State “Abuse” Guidelines
Austin Trans Youth & Allies Rally Against State “Abuse” Guidelines
About 350 gathered at the Texas Capitol to defend the human rights of trans kids and their families

Kit O’Connell, March 10, 2022

Chaos Reigns at the “Fyre Festival of Crawfish”
Chaos Reigns at the “Fyre Festival of Crawfish”
Problems with parking and lines arose at the festival after its return from a COVID-19 hiatus

Lina Fisher, March 10, 2022

Rep. Lloyd Doggett Sees Threats to Ukraine's Democracy as Close to Home
Rep. Lloyd Doggett Sees Threats to Ukraine's Democracy as Close to Home
Rep. Doggett: Ukrainian conflict is greater threat to Central Texans than many realize

Maggie Quinlan, March 10, 2022

Austin At Large: We Didn’t Demand a Recount
Austin At Large: We Didn’t Demand a Recount
But maybe we should have? How “election integrity” rules could change outcomes

Mike Clark-Madison, March 10, 2022

Do New Districts Mean All Council Members Should Be Up for Election?
Do New Districts Mean All Council Members Should Be Up for Election?
A recent lawsuit filing argues yes

Austin Sanders, March 10, 2022

Mother and Daughter Demand Housing After Sweep of Homeless Camp Where Woman Died
Mother and Daughter Demand Housing After Sweep of Homeless Camp Where Woman Died
Trying not to get swept aside

Maggie Quinlan, March 10, 2022

UT Faculty Say Conservatization of the School Is a Long Time Coming
UT Faculty Say Conservatization of the School Is a Long Time Coming
Another brick in the wall

Abe Asher, March 10, 2022

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

March 10, 2022

$1M Gift From the Son of the First Black Graduate of UT Funds Endowments
$1M Gift From the Son of the First Black Graduate of UT Funds Endowments
Pathways for grad students from HBCUs and a professorship focused on inclusion in the built environment

Lina Fisher, March 10, 2022

Zilker Vision Not Quite 20/20
Zilker Vision Not Quite 20/20
Rewilding advocates call for more specifics as Zilker Vision Plan process nears end

Lina Fisher, March 3, 2022

Activist/Attorney Lulu Flores Claims House Seat She Sought 20 Years Ago
Activist/Attorney Lulu Flores Claims House Seat She Sought 20 Years Ago
And other State Representative results

Mike Clark-Madison, March 3, 2022

Rosemary Renteria's Family Responds to Her Death and the Encampment Sweep That Continued Despite It
Rosemary Renteria's Family Responds to Her Death and the Encampment Sweep That Continued Despite It
Out of sight, out of mind

Maggie Quinlan, March 3, 2022

Greg Casar’s Landslide Win Virtually Ensures TX-35 Seat
Greg Casar’s Landslide Win Virtually Ensures TX-35 Seat
Plus where other races stand

Austin Sanders, March 3, 2022

Death Watch: A Startling Last-Minute Claim of Innocence
Death Watch: A Startling Last-Minute Claim of Innocence
New evidence emerges in case of man slated for March 8 execution

Brant Bingamon, March 3, 2022

Travis County Races See Wins for Incumbents, a Possible Recount
Travis County Races See Wins for Incumbents, a Possible Recount
Nail-Biters, needles moved, and a successor for Dana DeBeauvoir

Lina Fisher, March 3, 2022

Austin at Large: Easy to Be Hard, Easy to Vote No
Austin at Large: Easy to Be Hard, Easy to Vote No
What did we learn from the tiny, noisy Texas primaries? A few morning-after insights

Mike Clark-Madison, March 3, 2022

SXSW EDU Takes on School Board Wars and Mental Health on Campus
SXSW EDU Takes on School Board Wars and Mental Health on Campus
Speakers take on top educational problems, March 7-10

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 3, 2022

Democrat Judicial Candidates Celebrate Primary Wins
Democrat Judicial Candidates Celebrate Primary Wins
Nominees will breeze to election in deep-blue Travis County

Brant Bingamon, March 3, 2022

The Ultra-Low-Turnout Primary Election (Almost) Devoid of Drama
The Ultra-Low-Turnout Primary Election (Almost) Devoid of Drama
Tiny landslides in Travis County and beyond

Mike Clark-Madison, March 3, 2022

City Council Takes on a Safer Sixth Street, Project Connect, and More
City Council Takes on a Safer Sixth Street, Project Connect, and More
Council tackles a 63-item agenda

Austin Sanders, March 3, 2022

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

March 3, 2022

Texas Voters Prove Once Again They Don't Always Know Who They're Voting For
Texas Voters Prove Once Again They Don't Always Know Who They're Voting For
Throwing darts at the ballot

Morgan O’Hanlon, March 3, 2022

March Primary Election Coverage Live Blog
March Primary Election Coverage Live Blog
Texas primary first out the starting gate

the News Staff, March 1, 2022

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