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(Photo Courtesy of Shutterstock) Taylor Goldstein American-Statesman Staff Austin has long been the poster child for explosive growth, but new Census Bureau data released Thursday signals that the city’s growth rate is starting to mellow out as its surrounding suburbs boom...
Fox News is responding to a lawsuit from former host Andrea Tantaros by taking action of their own against her and her attorney. After Tantaros sued, claiming that people at Fox hacked her electronic devices, spied on her, and harassed her, the network is moving for sanctions...
AUSTIN - Capital Metro is getting in on the ride-hailing game with its Pickup app. The free app allows people living in its coverage area to arrange on-demand transit service. The pilot program will start June 6 and be available Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6...
(Image: Arcaid/UIG - Getty Images) Texas brewers were dealt a blow this afternoon when House Bill 3287 , which seeks to limit breweries that grow beyond a certain size or become owned by a larger beer company, passed the Texas Senate by a 19-10 vote. The bill will now head to...
Film veteran Clint Eastwood blasted political correctness in the culture on Sunday during an event at the Cannes Film Festival in France, and pointed to his 1971 movie, “Dirty Harry,” as the beginning of a P.C. decline. “A lot of people thought it [“Dirty Harry”] was politically...
Photo Courtesy: Shutterstock Julie Chang - American Statesman Staff The Texas Senate approved 21-10 a bill early Monday morning that would inject about $530 million into the public education system while creating a so-called school choice system that would redirect state money...
Dan Scavino Jr. apparently doesn’t think much of Don Lemon. Scavino, a longtime Trump associate who was named the president’s social media chief in December, took to Twitter late Thursday night to blast the CNN host — who he christened “Dummy Don Lemon.” Read more.
(Photo Courtesy: Shutterstock) Taylor Goldenstein - American-Statesman Staff Out of an airy Lyft office in East Austin marked by a bright pink tent, a steady stream of new and returning drivers filed in Thursday to sign up, following new Texas legislation passed Wednesday that...
(Photo courtesy: Shutterstock) Ben Wear & Katie Hall American-Statesman Staff The CEO of Austin’s nonprofit ride-hailing app, RideAustin, said that if the company gives fewer than 20,000 rides a week, on average, it will very likely have to shut down. The company currently...