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Texas lawmakers this legislative session didn’t come close this year to putting the state on a path to join what has been a growing marijuana legalization movement nationally. A bill aimed at expanding the state's limited medical marijuana program by a small amount won approval, but not before the measure was diluted from an earlier version that so…
 
The Texas bar association is investigating whether state Attorney General Ken Paxton's failed efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election based on bogus claims of fraud amounted to professional misconduct. The State Bar of Texas initially declined to take up the allegations but a tribunal overturned that decision late last month. See omnystu…
 
Austin-based startup AnthemIQ, which makes a real estate transaction platform, has raised $10 million and plans to double its employee headcount, according to the company. The round was led by Staubach Capital, and included industry professionals and investors, the company said. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
H-E-B, the dominant grocery chain in Central Texas, said it is ending its policy requiring masks at its stores as COVID-19 cases decline. Facial coverings will be optional for fully vaccinated customers, employees and vendors inside stores. The San Antonio-based company said it made the change after reviewing updated guidance from the U.S. Centers …
 
Former Austin City Council Member Ellen Troxclair — who was a rare conservative on the mostly liberal council and who represented the southwestern portion of the city — has announced she's running for the Texas Senate. Troxclair is seeking to succeed state Sen. Dawn Buckingham, R-Lakeway, who said earlier this week she won't seek reelection. See om…
 
Williamson County commissioners have approved a $315,000 settlement in a lawsuit filed by a sheriff's deputy who said she was discriminated against for being a woman, including being forced to work on the “Live PD” TV show because she was attractive. Williamson County has denied all allegations in Heather Vargas' lawsuit. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
Barton Springs Pool reopened to swimmers and loungers on Friday after it was closed last week because of flooding. Austin Parks and Recreation Aquatics staff had to clean up the pool after the flooding. Reservations will continue to be required at the pool until the end of June, the city said. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
After nearly four hours of presentations, public comments and deliberations Tuesday night, the Bastrop City Council voted unanimously to continue negotiating a development agreement with Alton Butler II, the founder and owner of Line 204 Studios, for a proposed 546-acre private film development near the Colorado River. The council voiced its expect…
 
As coronavirus vaccinations increase and COVID-19 cases wane in Central Texas, the Austin Animal Center has seen the number of dogs and cats at the shelter returning to pre-pandemic levels, leaving little kennel space. Last weekend, the shelter announced it was facing a space crisis and needed at least 100 dogs to be adopted. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
Four high-profile properties in Austin have received nearly $280 million in construction financing. Madison Realty Capital announced that it has provided a $278.5 million construction loan for the four properties to the developer, Reger Holdings, a real estate investment and development company based in West Seneca, New York, with regional offices …
 
As vaccines roll out and the COVID-19 pandemic eases, both American Airlines and Alaska Airlines on Thursday announced a wave of new nonstop flights at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. American said that this fall it will add 10 domestic and four international flights to and from ABIA. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
After months of debating how best to spend a transformational amount of federal stimulus money, Austin officials appeared ready to direct the bulk of it — $95 million — on addressing homelessness. All told, Austin received $188.4 million in federal money, which was about $7 million less than initial estimates. See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
On today's Friday Media Roundtable we covered these stories from the First Coast: Gov. Ron DeSantis banned critical race theory from being taught in public schools The LGBT Pride Month lights returned to the Acosta Bridge a day after the state ordered them shut off Jacksonville Beach bakery Cinotti's apologized for anti-LGBTQ social media posts Tod…
 
The city of Bastrop has rescheduled Summer in the City — a free, family-friendly event in Downtown Bastrop marking the public start of summer programming in the city — for June 19th. Assistant City Manager Rebecca Gleason said the rain forecast for the previously scheduled June 5 event caused officials to postpone Summer in the City to June 19 and …
 
The Eanes school board met in person Tuesday night and discussed projects related to the 2019 bond that will be completed this summer, including three big facilities that have had completion delayed during the pandemic. Chief Operations Officer Jeremy Trimble gave the board updates on the robotics facility, which is expected to be completed in July…
 
As the economic recovery from COVID-19 continues, increased demand for fuel is keeping gasoline prices in the Austin area well above where they were before the pandemic. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Austin is $2.62 this week, according to industry website GasBuddy, which tracks fuel prices nationwide. See omnystudi…
 
With a weekly average of 10 new COVID-19 hospitalizations as of June 8, Austin is the closest it’s been to the recommended threshold for entering Stage 1, considered the safest stage of the city’s COVID-19 risk-based guidelines. The guidelines don't carry much legal weight, but they do reflect a level of threat to those at risk of experiencing the …
 
The U.S. Open will take place on the West Coast next week, but it will have a decidedly Texas feel as a half-dozen current and former Longhorns are expected to play at Torrey Pines when the world’s best compete in the season’s third major. Cole Hammer became the sixth Texas player in the field this week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
 
Confections, a small bakery located in Lufkin, recently debuted rainbow heart cookies in honor of Pride Month, which celebrates the LGBTQ+ community. The cookies shaped like hearts and decorated with rainbow frosting may seem like one of the most innocuous foods on earth, but for the East Texas bakery, they led to hateful messages and cancelled bus…
 
The YMCA of Austin and Capital Metro are teaming up to launch the Free Ride to the Y campaign, coupling a new YMCA student membership for ages 12-18 with CapMetro’s Kids Ride Free program on its buses and trains for all K-12 students. The Y’s student membership features a reduced monthly rate of $25 and no joining fee. See omnystudio.com/listener f…
 
Terry's Burger Stand is having its second Giving Back Day of the year. On Saturday, it will donate all of its profits for the day to Dell Children's Foundation, the philanthropy of Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Austin American Statesman による
 
Candidates for Austin police chief include applicants with controversial pasts, according to a review of records by the American-Statesman. The records for 25 applicants for the post, including interim boss Joe Chacon, show several with meaningful leadership experience, but also some with baggage. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
Surprise! After coming in fourth in its own baseball district, Rouse High School knocks on the state championship door. The players shocked playoff victims ⁠— and perhaps themselves ⁠— by rolling through the playoffs. They have defeated five teams to reach the state semifinals.This week they will be going for the state championship at Dell Diamond.…
 
The Austin school district will implement new sexual assault prevention and response training as part of an agreement with a former student who said Austin High School administrators blamed and silenced her after she told them a boy had sexually assaulted her. The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, a nonprofit statewide coalition of rape cri…
 
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The Jacksonville Jaguars will be holding town hall-style meetings called Community Huddles to promote their new plan for the Shipyards and sports complex area of Jacksonville, which is dubbed 1st Downtown Jacksonville.Mackenzie Guiry による
 
As Austin grows, blood bank We Are Blood tries to manage the exponential growth in the need for blood donations. New hospitals and medical program expansions are fueling an increase in the need, especially for platelets. We Are Blood says donor levels are not back to normal yet. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Our recent rains might have caused some allergy sufferers to feel their irritants. Grasses and molds, in particular, have grown with the wet weather. Dust mites also can be worse when it's humid. When it's actually raining, allergies tend to be better, but when the sun comes out and the wind blows, the allergens that were fueled by the rain get blo…
 
Austin-based Overhaul, which makes software for the supply chain management market, has raised $35 million to grow its team and product offerings. The funding round was led by Macquarie Capital, and also included investment from Edison Partners and Avanta Ventures. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Soccer team Austin FC can erase painful memories with a victory in Kansas City on Saturday. The second trip to Kansas City offers Austin FC a chance at redemption to avenge a loss. MLS was off last weekend, providing head coach Josh Wolff with an opportunity to give his players a break. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Williamson County health officials this week reported its first sample of mosquitoes that has tested positive for West Nile virus this year. Williamson County and Cities Health District officials said it is the earliest positive result since the county's monitoring of mosquito-borne illnesses, called the Integrated Vector Management Program, starte…
 
The local effort to promote the 2020 census seems to have borne fruit, as Travis County and Austin residents responded to the count at a higher rate than Texas as a whole. Despite a census count mired in the coronavirus pandemic and marred by a controversy over an effort to include a citizenship question, Austin and Travis County both managed to be…
 
The Texas economy continued its recovery in May amid COVID-19 vaccination efforts and business reopenings across the state, according to a pair of monthly surveys from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. The Texas manufacturing sector showed growth during May, although it expanded at a slower pace than in April, according to the Dallas Fed's monthl…
 
A private funeral for Ada Collins Anderson, a local civil rights and arts advocate who died last week, will take place in Austin on Saturday. Johnnie B. Rucker Vandyke, a cousin of Anderson, said the funeral, slated to begin at 9 a.m., will be limited to family and close friends, but a larger public memorial is being planned for a later date to "fo…
 
Austin and Travis County's top health officials Tuesday said their ongoing strategy aimed at bringing coronavirus vaccines to the doorsteps of those most disproportionately affected by the virus is starting to pay off. Having vaccination sites at Hispanic and Black churches and community centers has led to more people of color becoming vaccinated i…
 
Latinos are the racial or ethnic group most likely to be searched by Texas police, according to new research that analyzes millions of traffic stops made in the state during 2020. But searches of white people turned up the most contraband. The data analysis was conducted by the Texas A&M University Institute for Predictive Analytics in Criminal Jus…
 
Round Rock police have identified 39-year-old Antonio Diaz as the man who was shot and killed by an officer on Monday after they say Diaz had threatened people with a gun in a hotel lobby. No one else was injured. The officer who killed Diaz was Aaron Grigsby, who joined the Round Rock Police in September, said Nick Olivier [oh-LIV-ee-ay], a police…
 
Governor Greg Abbott on Tuesday signed into law two bills seeking to remedy failures of the state's power supply system that emerged in February, when a deadly winter freeze swept the state and millions of Texans were left without power for days. Senate Bill 2 and SB 3 make changes to leadership at the state's electric grid operator, which came und…
 
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A program involving Dell Medical School and CommUnityCare is doubling colon cancer screenings with mailed test kits. The three-year pilot program focused on underserved populations in Austin who weren't engaging in screenings. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Austin American Statesman による
 
Dell Medical School is adding health equity as one of its primary focuses for its students' curriculum. The University of Texas recognizes more work needs to be done in faculty, student diversity and in training future medical personnel. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Austin American Statesman による
 
After a hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Turtle Survival Alliance and a handful of other volunteers gathered at Bull Creek near Lake Austin to resume a study of the abundant turtles in the area. Proceeds from the event, featuring discounted beer from the Celis Brewery, will help fund the Turtle Survival Alliance's research. See omnystudio…
 
The city of Pflugerville will continue its partnership with Typhoon Texas as the family waterpark presents the Red, White & Boom 4th of July Festival, three days of in-park entertainment and two nights of fireworks on Saturday, July 3, and Sunday, July 4. The July 4 fireworks grand finale starts at 9:30 p.m. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy …
 
The Austin City Council has approved a resolution creating a pilot payment system for physician services and for the city’s Paramedic Practitioner Program, a health care program for low acuity patients. It will allow the city to collect fees from insurance providers, Medicaid and Medicare, and the new revenue will be used to expand the program and …
 
The Westlake Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of the 2020 Westies awards at the Hotel Granduca on May 21. More than 120 companies and individuals were nominated in the seven categories this year, with three finalists in each category. The chamber has recognized members of the Westlake community since 2005. The event is typically held in Fe…
 
Two Austin companies — a bitcoin financial services firm and a medical cannabis provider — have raised a combined $46 million for expansion. Unchained Capital, founded in 2016, raised $25 million in a funding round led by crypto-asset management firm NYDIG and its parent company, Stone Ridge Holdings. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Williamson County health officials on Monday reported its first sample of mosquitoes that has tested positive for West Nile virus so far this year. Officials said the positive sample from Granger is the earliest positive result since the county's mosquito monitoring, called the Integrated Vector Management Program, started in 2013. See omnystudio.c…
 
Unpredictable weather has become the most disruptive cause of recent delays in the construction of a wider sidewalk on South Pleasant Valley Road over Longhorn Dam. Construction crews had built more than a mile of a new shared-use path, along with about 5,000 feet of sidewalk extensions, as of Friday, said Darryl Haba, an Austin Public Works Depart…
 
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