While national data has long suggested that COVID-19 has affected low-income and minority groups at higher rates than others, this new research offers a hyperlocal view of pandemic disparities in Austin.
The Republican-led House impeached the attorney general on 20 articles last month, making him only the third high-ranking official to be impeached in the state’s history.
The new 121,000-square-foot Wolf Lakes Village H-E-B replaces a 67,000-square-foot store that opened in 1989.
Ozone, commonly known as smog, is a reactive gas that can have effects on respiratory and skin health.
A security event affecting two of the local hospital system's websites in March may have put some patients' sensitive information at risk.
If the governor signs Senate Bill 133, school police will be barred from handcuffing elementary students.
The plan includes a nearly 10-mile on-street rail line with 15 stations through downtown Austin. Costs are estimated around $5 billion, which will be partly funded through federal grants.
A committee on Tuesday declined to advance a House bill that would increase penalties for smuggling and operating a stash house. The move comes as both chambers are already at an impasse over property-tax relief.
Legislators passed a bill that requires courts to report certain involuntary mental health hospitalizations to the federal gun background check system. Many other measures that could restrict firearm access got little traction.
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- Austin city employees warn new in-office policy could drive people to quit
- Austin pays $88 million to settle legal fight over ABIA's South Terminal demolition
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- New mural honors Austin's first elected Latino mayor, Gus Garcia
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