Monday’s Austin ISD board meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. The bond discussion and possible vote is scheduled for after 10 p.m.
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“It can’t be overstated how much they’ve given to this community for so many years.”
Zack Barth took a bullet to the calf in the rampage. He’s since been released from the hospital.
The Flag Day celebration starts with a parade at 6 p.m. on Fairfield Lane in Hyde Park.
The initiative will continue to run every weekend through September, or longer, if APD has the money to do so.
Celis’ taproom won’t be open for a few weeks. Their beer will be on tap at several bars in the area very soon.
“If it’s too hot outside for you, it’s probably too hot outside for your dogs.”
Friday night’s motorcycle parade will shut down 54 blocks of downtown – most along Congress Avenue and 6th Street.
The department wants children to have a good relationship with police.
Black’s Barbecue in Lockhart will be closed Tuesday in honor of the family patriarch. It will reopen at regular hours Wednesday morning.
Since 2004, the group has raised more than $7 million – the money donated to cancer research and cancer awareness groups.
“Anything related to technology, healthcare and then some of the skilled trades – the demand is just huge because of the huge population gro…
Mayor Mac McCullough fears the deeper lasting impact of the fire could be the discouragement of families that are still rebuilding from the …
Fredrick Gray is one of eight students graduating from Austin’s Rosedale School this year.
“We’ve done everything that we can since taking over this property to make it a new experience,” says Typhoon Texas General Manager Ty Weitz…
The East 12th Street Merchant’s Association has helped bring people together to talk about the future of the mural and what can be done to p…
The food bank expects to produce 80,000 free meals for kids starting in June continuing through August. That’s about 6,000 more than 2016.
Pflugerville Animal Shelter has 10 strays, each of them with personalities the shelter needs to learn.
Maria Tappan is ready to move on from a place she’s called home for 35 years.
The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex is home to two Championship game fields plus eight multipurpose fields.