After public calls to preserve the property for it’s historic value, the city and the property owner may be able to strike a deal.
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The 4 year graduation rate has increased by 15 percent since 2012 at UT Austin.
Mu Delta Alpha will bring Muslim women on the UT campus together through community service, sisterhood, and professional networking.
A man tells KXAN the bullet is still lodged in his neck.
Austin to change free meal services, continue law enforcement efforts, and track data to help end homelessness downtown.
The newly-approve city of Austin budget wrestles with questions of affordability and growth in the city.
Seton and AISD said they’re now adding 33 more registered nurses across elementary, middle and high schools.
ACC students look to design apps for Apple devices thanks to new partnership with the tech company.
Austin ISD and Del Valle ISD are accepting evacuees into their classrooms.
FEMA, city encouraging the hundreds displaced to seek disaster relief.
Leaders in higher education explain how they’re working with students affected by the decision.
UT scientists have discovered a new pain reliever compound which works on a previously unknown pathway of the brain.
For those who received work permits through the DACA program, the imminent phase-out leaves them worried about their ability to work.
Evacuees look for medical, psychiatric support as they rebuilt their lives after Harvey.
The city decided to not use the Austin Convention Center after all as a mega shelter.
In total they expect that between 30 and 40 homes in the city were flooded, though there could be more.
About 40 percent of the school’s undergraduates are from counties affected by the storm.
The only way in and out of their neighborhood crumbled in the flooding after Harvey.
Welch has lived in the area for 22 years and said that during the past five years it has flooded five times there.