Advertisement

Austin Local News

Longtime Austin restaurant Top Notch is expanding its burger-making beyond Burnet Road and into Hutto. The expansion will mark the first time in the restaurant's 48-year history that it has opened another location. The new Top Notch is expected to open in 2020 as part of the 35-...
Austin City Council agreed to spend more tax dollars on illegal immigrant legal aid which includes deportation defense. The City of Austin will continue funding the group American Gateways to the tune of $975,000.00. Council also passed a resolution to spend up to $880,000.00...
The Round Rock Police Department is among the agencies that has helped provide security on Round Rock campuses, but as Chief of Schools and innovation Danny Presley points out, the days are numbered for that assistance Round Rock PD has given. The Round Rock school board has...
Austin Travis County EMS says a diver who was pulled from Lake Travis has died. First responders were called out this afternoon to Hurst Creek Road in Lakeway where a diver was reported to have gone under but not resurfaced. Crews rescued the diver and performed CPR for thirty...
(Credit: KLBJ staff) The City of Austin is moving forward with an overhaul of operations at the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless in downtown. The ARCH has been a source of great debate over the years due to a variety of issues, including the large number of people who can...
(Credit: COTA) The Circuit of the Americas will not be reimbursed by the State of Texas for its human trafficking prevention plan during last year's F1 race, and the reason is because of a simple missed deadline. COTA was planning on a reimbursement from the state's Major Events...
(Credit: Accessible Housing Austin) Accessible Housing Austin! (AHA!) is breaking ground on the AHA! at Briarcliff Apartments in East Austin. Located at 1915 Briarcliff Blvd, the AHA! at Briarcliff development site is approximately one mile north of the Mueller development and...
The proposed realignment of US 183 (Bell Boulevard) from Cedar Park Drive to Buttercup Creek Boulevard will be the topic of discussion at an open house and public hearing hosted by the Texas Department of Transportation and the City of Cedar Park Thursday evening. Displays will...
The city of Georgetown once celebrated being completely powered by renewable energy, but now residents are singing a different tune. Residents hoped the green energy source would save them green, but the Texas Public Policy Foundation's William Peacock told residents at a...