Several central Texas chefs are preparing to offer up a Taste of Black Austin Tuesday night.
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Volunteers are starting work this week on two new homes in La Grange.
Military veterans who start businesses when they leave the service have a chance this weekend to network with other entrepreneurs.
Smart homes are nothing new in the area, but it’s a big step for the construction company that builds homes in 21 states.
Economic leaders in Bastrop are courting every vote in a contest to revitalize several downtown businesses.
A central Texas pastor is set to double the number of small, single-family shelters on his property where he operates a soup kitchen.
A local social justice advocacy group wants to expand access to books written by authors of color.
Runners are stripping down and stepping up for medical research this weekend.
Women Who Code Austin is hosting a talk tonight featuring a woman who leads cybersecurity initiatives for Comcast.
APD says it’s time for drivers to shift their habits.
It comes after months of work to replace an engine on the historic plane.
The bikes use GPS and attached locks to take bike shares away from fixed rental stations.
They’ll need help to pay for their trip to California.
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It’s the 17-year-old’s first feature-length endeavor, and it comes from a personal place.
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Protesters assembled at city hall with signs high in-hand, calling for President Trump’s impeachment.
Texans love their spice, and this weekend a handful of people will prove just how much of it they can take.