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A Year After Austin's Passage of the Freedom Cities Policies, Activists Urge APD to Do Better
A Year After Austin's Passage of the Freedom Cities Policies, Activists Urge APD to Do Better
Organizations applaud headway made, but say there's more work to be done

Mary Tuma, June 20, 2019

Various Possibilities for the Future of I-35
Various Possibilities for the Future of I-35
So many options, but only one (or none) can be our new highway

June 20, 2019

Trump's Mass Deportation Threat: Austin Responds
Trump's Mass Deportation Threat: Austin Responds
Mayor Adler: “We will take steps to mobilize community partners and resources”

Michael King, June 20, 2019

Council Plows Through Marathon Agenda
Council Plows Through Marathon Agenda
They've got 191 Items to go before decamping for summer break

Mike Clark-Madison, June 20, 2019

Photos From Before I-35 and During Highway Construction
Photos From Before I-35 and During Highway Construction
Back when Austin was cool

June 20, 2019

Mayor, Jolt Leader Respond to Trump's Immigration Threats
Reaction to Trump Threats
As 2020 campaign begins, the president promises massive deportations

Michael King, June 19, 2019

East Austin Planned Parenthood Safe … For Now
East Austin Planned Parenthood Safe … For Now
New state law shouldn't impact East Seventh clinic

Mary Tuma, June 17, 2019

A <i>Roe v. Wade</i> Conversation With Wendy Davis and the Attorneys Who Argued the Landmark Case
A Roe v. Wade Conversation With Wendy Davis and the Attorneys Who Argued the Landmark Case
Sarah Weddington and Linda Coffee on abortion rights today

Megan Menchaca, June 17, 2019

Protest at Drag Queen Storytime in Leander
Protest at Drag Queen Storytime in Leander
Photos by Jana Birchum, and Photo by Jana Birchum

Photos, June 16, 2019

Protesters Descend On Leander Family Pride Event
Protesters Descend On Leander Family Pride Event
LGBTQ activists and allies turn out to support attendees

Sarah Marloff, June 15, 2019

Congressional Candidates Begin to Multiply
Congressional Primary Filings
Six Austin districts pointing to March primaries

Michael King, June 14, 2019

AISD Employees to Receive Historic Raises
AISD Employees to Receive Historic Raises
District, union agree on pay package in wake of state school bill

Austin Sanders, June 13, 2019

Council Members Look to Tax Previously Exempted Waterfront Homes
Council Members Look to Tax Previously Exempted Waterfront Homes
Correcting the "Mistake on the Lake" could fund city initiatives

Austin Sanders, June 13, 2019

Mixed-Use Riverside Project Moves Forward
Mixed-Use Riverside Project Moves Forward
Planning Commission recommends rezoning to Council

Michael King, June 13, 2019

Austin at Large: Money Changes Everything
Austin at Large: Money Changes Everything
Or, scenes from the class struggle in Silicon Hills

Mike Clark-Madison, June 13, 2019

Battle Lines Drawn on Convention Center Expansion
Battle Lines Drawn on Convention Center Expansion
Arguments continue to escalate over how to spend hotel occupancy tax revenue

Mike Clark-Madison, June 13, 2019

Former Austin Firefighter Faces New Sex Charges
Former Austin Firefighter Faces New Sex Charges
Marcus Reed now accused of indecency with a child and aggravated perjury

Sarah Marloff, June 13, 2019

Headlines
Headlines

June 13, 2019

Despite Protests, Leander's Drag Queen Story Hour Will Go On
Despite Protests, Leander's Drag Queen Story Hour Will Go On
Local church saves event

Megan Menchaca, June 13, 2019

Quote of the Week
Quote of the Week

June 13, 2019

InfoWars Crashes Drag Storytime in Austin
InfoWars Crashes Drag Storytime in Austin
Alt-right rags want to end LGBTQ-inclusive children's events

Sarah Marloff, June 13, 2019

Supreme Court Weighs in on Fetal Burial Law
Supreme Court Weighs in on Fetal Burial Law
Indiana law upheld, Texas suit to move ahead

Mary Tuma, June 13, 2019

LGBTQ Activists Urge AISD to Better Support Queer Youth
LGBTQ Activists Urge AISD to Better Support Queer Youth
Only 5% of Celebration Church's rent will go toward Pride activities

Austin Sanders, June 13, 2019

Civics 101

June 13, 2019

Joaquin Castro and Lloyd Doggett Demand Voter Purge Documents
Joaquin Castro and Lloyd Doggett Demand Voter Purge Documents
If state leaders have “nothing to hide, why wouldn’t they turn those documents over?”

Mary Tuma, June 13, 2019

Concrete Mix Plant Vexes Southwest Neighbors
Concrete Mix Plant Vexes Southwest Neighbors
Residents concerned over safety, noise, and pollution.

Austin Sanders, June 13, 2019

ATX Fest Recap: Vice News On Attracting Younger Viewers
ATX Fest Recap: Vice News On Attracting Younger Viewers
How the near-nightly news show draws in millennials

Sarah Marloff, June 10, 2019

Council Thinks Hard on Homelessness
Council Thinks Hard on Homelessness
Action on new rules set for June 20 meeting

Austin Sanders, June 7, 2019

Council Holds Off on Boycotting Alabama for Restrictive Abortion Laws
Council Won't Boycott Alabama For Now
Abortion protest could do more harm than good, say advocates

Mary Tuma, June 7, 2019

No Decision From Wendy Davis on CD 21 Campaign
Wendy Davis for CD21?
“About three weeks” to weigh entering race to unseat Chip Roy

Michael King, June 7, 2019

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