Austin has uncommonly strict rules on constructing tall buildings near residential homes. That could soon change.
Nate Paul has been all over news reports lately because of his ties to Ken Paxton, Texas’ suspended attorney general.Paxton was impeached by the Republican-led Texas House of Representatives after investigators accused him of a long list of crimes, most of them related to Paul, one of Paxton’s political donors.
It is not immediately clear what Paul was charged with, but Travis County officials confirmed he was being held in the jail at the request of the FBI. Paxton’s deputies accused Paul of bribing Paxton in 2020.
The former president has been indicted on seven counts, including willful retention of information related to national defense and at least one false statements charge, a source tells NPR.
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.
That's no moon: A bill on the governor's desk could eviscerate local control by cities and counties, impacting everything from worker protections to disaster declarations.
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.
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