APD said they have participated in the pride parade since 2007 when they receiving an overwhelming response from the LGBT community.
Neighbors believe that congestion on I-35 and MoPac is affecting their neighborhood.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority says repairs will start on the sections, between RM 2222 and U.S. 183, in the next few weeks.
The crash happened on the northbound frontage road of North MoPac at West Anderson Lane.
Extra travel time should be planned for those navigating through this area.
The Republican presidential nominee will make three stops in Austin on Tuesday.
The plan would put more than 500,000 people within walking distance of a CapMetro stop.
Lyft said they are happy to meet with council representatives to see if the company can return with improved service for riders and drivers.
It is now up to Austin voters to decide if they want to pass the transportation bond.
AISD has spent more than a year working on a suggestion from parents to make bus tracking information public.
Police say a car was driving at a high rate of speed when the driver lost control, hit a fire hydrant and rolled onto the side of a truck.
One lane has been shut down between 38th and 45th streets after heavy rains washed away some of the pavement.
Police are still trying to find the driver who hit and killed Sgt. Derek Pagan in April 2015.
A Flash Flood Watch for most of the KXAN viewing area is in effect until 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The school zone flashers will be tested the rest of the week
Authorities say the man was a transient.
As of 3 p.m., the gas line has been capped but they are still working to release the gas that is trapped underneath the construction site.
A car hydroplaned on southbound 183 causing massive delays for morning commuters.
The trail will be re-routed onto Cesar Chavez Street until September
Researchers found more than 200,000 crashes caused by furniture, mattresses and other items that had fallen off cars and trucks.