Doors locked, a failure to pay rent notice, and employees struggling to get answers.
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Below the bustle of traffic, on the other side of the train tracks, you’ll find signs of life, now encroaching on nearby neighborhoods.
A woman was walking in a Round Rock Walmart parking lot when she was hit by driver who quickly fled the scene.
Senate Bill 6 would ban transgender people from using the bathroom of the gender they identify with.
More that 21.5 million people visited Austin in 2013 from around the world.
The petition is asking for $1 million in monetary relief.
“This will save residents from the hassle of driving downtown, find parking, give their Citizen Communication, then have to fight traffic on…
The Austin Police Department said the last update they received, the suspect had not been detained.
Carolyn Wilsford, a Comanche Trail Community Association board member, says more needs to be done, having witnessed several “close calls.”
Austin City Council signed off on an appeal process to give drivers a second chance to keep their permits.
On the last city council agenda of 2016, discussing gun safety and affordable housing.
The self-described mom, entrepreneur, community advocate and longtime educator is also calling for greater transparency in city government.
From the beginning, the biggest concerns have been the development’s density, impact on traffic, schools, trees and building height.
Businesses along Red River Street in downtown want to see if they can keep the music going into the early morning hours.
Dr. Alamia says physicians need to know if they need to set up new pharmacies for their patients.
Could affordable housing come to an extra AISD property? Will the New Central Library get millions more in funding?
The 2-year, $1.1 million pilot program is aimed at keeping pets in homes as well as reduce the need to animal control calls in the area.
KXAN found it’s not just a problem of manpower, but city communication, that’s leaving Austinites with complaints feeling hung out to dry.