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(Photo: Facebook) Austin Mayor Steve Adler officially announces his re-election campaign. He says there is unfinished business, at the top of that list is the city development code, CodeNext. "Part of the mobility and affordability challenges we have in this city is because we...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Phillip Lange) At an MLK Day rally tomorrow afternoon east Austin civic leaders are expected to unveil a plan for City Council to slow down gentrification. Dr. Fred McGhee, head of the Save Montopolis Negro School Coalition says some elected officials are...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Olaf Nammi) It has been a long day for TXDOT crews, who have been out pre-treating the roads for possible ice by Tuesday morning. TXDOT'S Diann Hodges said the long hours won't end for a while. She said crews will stay on call and be ready to respond to...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Studio M) This flu season continues to be deadly. So far 11 deaths are blamed on the flu in Travis County, all of those deaths are people over age 50. Centers for Disease Control Director Brenda Fitzgerald said the h3n2 flu strain affecting most people...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Pressmaster) Low-income families with pets have a way to get affordable vet care now, thanks to a new Emancipet location that just opened in North Austin. Emancipet CEO Amy Mills said this location is the only one in the country to offer a wide range of...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Alfie Photography) The possibility of ice on the roads early next week has TXDOT already preparing for the worst. TXDOT crews are getting ready to spread de-icer on the roads starting this week. TXDOT's Diann Hodges says that pre-treating will start...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Alex Schmidt) The patrol division of the Cedar Park Police Department is being added to an independent review of the department. That review was initially ordered for the investigative unit because of the Greg Kelley case. The City Council ordered the...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Phillip Lange) The Capital Metro Board has named Randy Clarke, who works now at a Washington DC transit group, as the next CEO of the transit agency. Clark said he is committed to making Capital Metro more customer focused. The hiring won't be final until...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Everything Possible) The US Supreme Court has decided to hear a Texas appeal against a lower court decision that State House and Congressional maps are discriminatory. A Federal Court in San Antonio found that two Congressional districts and State House...