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The city was named after Stephen F. Austin, who is known as the "Father of Texas." The area was initially settled by pioneers who named it Waterloo and it was the capital of the Republic of Texas and Austin remains the capital to this day.
Local Newspapers: Austin American-Statesman The Austin Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Round Rock Express (PCL) Austin Toros (NBDL) Texas Longhorns
Local Colleges: University of Texas at Austin Concordia University Huston-Tillotson University St. Edward's University
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Photos: Scenes from Women's Marches across the country
The Capitol and Washington Monument are seen as Women's March demonstrators line the Reflecting Pool at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018. Activists are returning to the streets a year after millions of people rallied worldwide at marches for female empowerment, hoping to create an enduring political movement that will elect more women to government office.Police seek suspect in south Austin sex assault
The Austin Police Department said it is searching for a suspect in the sexual assault of a woman in South Austin last Monday. They said it happened at about 2:46 a.m. Monday in the 1800 block of Fortview Road east of Manchaca Road and north of Ben White Boulevard.Tarrytown home's record sale, Blanton's major score, and more stories
Editor's note: When we weren't dodging black ice and complaining about the cold, Austinites were warming up with some seriously hot headlines. Among this week's top stories are a record-setting sale in Tarrytown and the debut of a charming new eatery in Mueller.James Meadours (left), Debbie Robinson and Thomas Mangrum share their stories about sexual assault.
But many often think deeply about the things that affect them - and the things that isolate them, like sexual assault. As part of its investigation into the hidden epidemic of sexual violence faced by this group of Americans, NPR reached out to people with intellectual disabilities across the country to hear their voices, what they have to say about the sexual assaults they've survived, and how those experiences have affected their lives.Cities clash over plans to replace old, outdated Redbud Trail bridge
No one contests that the 70-year-old Redbud Trail Bridge, perched between the cities of Austin and West Lake Hills, needs to be replaced, but the two cities have differing opinions on what the new bridge should look like. "Back then, those bridges were built theoretically for a 50 year lifespan," said city of Austin Public Works Bridge Engineer Pirouz Moin.Herbie Hancock To Make 'Austin City Limits' Debut
PBS continues season 43 of Austin City Limits this weekend with an episode featuring Herbie Hancock . The airing marks the first time the renowned jazz pianist has appeared on the long-running live concert program.Austin MLS soccer stadium rendering.
The ZACH Theatre is urging its patrons to contact city council members days after Butler Shores was named as the preferred location for a stadium by the company hoping to move its Major League Soccer team to Austin. "Bringing 20,000 people per event to the Butler Shores site would cause major issues for our theater and our Zilker neighbors, with traffic, noise pollution, and parking being the most significant as the proposal includes no additional parking for the stadium," ZACH managing director Elisabeth Challener said to patrons in an email, adding that traffic and parking were already an issue at South Lamar Boulevard and Toomey Road.11 Austin Restaurants to Get Excited About in 2018
It's a new year, and that means there's a whole new slate of restaurants to look forward to in the next 12 months, ready and geared to serve the hungry city. Here are Austin 's most anticipated restaurants for 2018 .A Celebracion! celebrates Latinx educational experience at UT-Austin
The organizers of "Celebracion!," an event put on by the Center for Mexican American Studies, stress the impact of Latinx educational experience on many UT students' lives. "Celebracion!" kicks off the spring semester for the Department of Mexican American Studies and announces the winners of the annual Sam Z. Coronado Student Poster Art Scholarship Competition, which honors the Latinx educational experience.She ran 100 miles from Katy to Austin. And she did it all while pregnant.
For two years, Sarah Mishou had a goal in mind: to run from Houston to Austin, all to raise money and awareness for a disease that affects her personally. Mishou, a 37-year-old wife and mother, was diagnosed with small fiber neuropathy in 2013 after years of living in pain, years of tests and doctors poking and prodding that returned nothing.'Keep Composers Weird' reminds Austin that classical artists are not a thing of the past
Nathan Felix might not be a household name, but three up-and-coming composers are probably glad they know it. Felix brought three composers to Austin as part of his program, Keep Composers Weird, to perform at the Blanton Museum of Art's monthly Beat the Rush concert series.Austin's new College Student Commission to formalize lobbying voice for students
The City Council passed an ordinance last month, creating a permanent College Student Commission to give students a greater voice in affecting city policy. Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo sponsored the resolution after working with Student Government, University Democrats and city officials for several months to decide how best to set up the commission.UT-Austin alumna explores African heritage with clothing line
Instead of working in oil and gas, chemical engineering graduate Toyosi Shusi is debuting her own fashion line exclusively using fabrics imported from Africa. "I'm striving to make it more accessible to use these African prints to express yourself in everyday life," Shusi said.City of Austin's public toilet/restroom in downtown Austin.
The months-long pilot project which launched last fall would give them better insight into where public restrooms were needed most. Early numbers are in and the city says the 24-hour portable powder room is doing the job.Deaths of woman, 8-month-old in Taylor home investigated as suspicious
A woman and 8-month-old girl were found dead in a home that caught fire in Taylor, Friday, in what is being investigated as a suspicious incident. First reported by The Taylor Press, firefighters were on their way to a medical call when they saw smoke coming from the home, located in the 2000 block of Brewers Place, and found the woman and baby after forcing their way into the home.Auditor: City of Austin human resource workers caught playing a game of chancea
Several city human resources employees have been investigated for participating in a "game of chance" at a July conference, according to a city auditor investigation released Thursday. City employees are not allowed to participate in games of chance, such as raffles, and receive prizes at non-city sponsored events.The Best Daily Dish Specials Found in Austin
Aside from Austin's happy hours , stellar brunches , and tacos galore , the town offers up a good deal of daily specials available only during specific days and times, from steak frites on Mondays at Josephine House, Thursday night fried chicken from Contigo, to saag, curry and rose at June's. Here are Eater's picks of the best once-a-week dish specials across the city.
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