KXAN zeroed in on housing, and asked ATD if it finds a lot of projects call just below those benchmarks.
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The storm moved through Central Texas in less than two hours.
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While the Downtown Austin Alliance called the corridor push admirable, Peart said, “Our concern is, at what cost?”
Increase funding for immigrant legal and counseling services. Incentives to bring more jobs to east Austin.
My fit Foods, a chain of health food stores, suddenly shuttered all of its locations. The company is headquartered in Austin.
The Austin Chamber has unveiled an agenda meant to improve the city’s affordability, ranging from housing needs to permitting and building.
The city is also expected to approve an ordinance related to escort vehicles and processions.
The city of Austin is set to approve spending $1.7 million Thursday on the Waller Creek Tunnel Project to remove water and debris.
Until December 2016, ATCEMS said the last ambulance theft in recent memory was in the early 1990s.
President Donald Trump’s order stopped everyone from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for 90 days.
A section of Williamson Creek in south Austin is littered with mattresses and other materials that appear to be a part of a homeless camp.
With the changes, only about 1 on-site interpreter per hospital is anticipated.
Zoning and permitting issues are several of the items CodeNext wants to address.
The organization says the orders have direct medical and psychiatric consequences on children.
The city says the popularity of special events in city parks are placing increasing demands on Austin’s public park system.
Austin’s Human Rights Commission said the resolution is really symbolic but sends an important message that Austin is inclusive.
Doors locked, a failure to pay rent notice, and employees struggling to get answers.