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Texas Disposal System is launching their new Eco Academy in Central Texas elementary schools.
Capital Metro and city of Austin officials want to get commuters who travel alone to think of new options to get into work or school.
The House version of the so called bathroom bill differs from the Senate version that passed the full Senate last month.
Tuesday, city officials released the proposed zoning map that’s part of the rewrite of the land development code known as CodeNext.
City council will vote on providing an $856,000 incentive package to encourage Merck to open an information technology hub in Austin.
Up to 700 state workers are expected to rally at the State Capitol Wednesday to call on lawmakers to use the Rainy Day Fund to fund pay rais…
Several downtown streets have been closed over the past year as new reclaimed water lines were installed.
Crews with Austin-Travis County EMS traveled to Tennessee to train for flooding rescues.
The average home or property owner saw an 8 percent increase.
Congestion improvements could start as early as this fall.
The Texas Relays kick off on the University of Texas campus Wednesday as 7800 competitors come to Austin for the country’s second largest tr…
City council will decide on four routes that offer service within Round Rock and a direct route to downtown Austin.
City leaders are hosting a series of public talks to find out where residents want to see new and improved sidewalks and bike lanes.
A new bill proposes to require insurance companies to pay for 3D mammograms.
Rep. Gene Wu, D-Houston has two bills up for a public hearing Monday morning.
“This is relatively new to the agenda and it doesn’t appear the public is ready for the legislators to act on it.”
Monday at the State Capitol the Senate Criminal Justice Committee will look at two bills aimed at protecting police officers across the stat…
With commute times increasing and more congestion on the roads, Capital Metro and the city’s transportation department are asking the public…
Trustees will vote on a new approach to dealing with disruptive behavior with students in pre-k through 2nd grade.