Texas could lose more than 120,000 legal workers if lawmakers don’t continue an immigration status known as DACA.
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The price per square foot in Austin continues to set new records. Many business owners are having a tough time with the rising lease costs.
The fire displaced dozens of people, damaging 12 of 24 units in one of the buildings in an apartment complex in northwest Austin.
More than 100,000 young people who were brought to the United States illegally face an uncertain future this Christmas as DACA expires.
The federal government has agreed to send $25 billion to Texas hospitals over the next five years.
With this program, more people will be detained for deportation, says immigration attorney Eliana Maruri.
A new set of cadets graduate on Friday.
For the second time in three days, police officers shot a knife wielding suspect. The latest one was Sunday in northwest Austin.
City leaders head into 2018 with a laser focus on the downtown homeless problem. On Saturday, they asked for community input.
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