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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.

Population: 757688
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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Austin News
Biologists say invasive zebra mussels found in Lake Austin

State scientists say zebra mussels have been found at Lake Austin, the latest indication the invasive species is continuing to spread along Texas waterways. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says mussels were found Aug. 9 on flotation devices and a barge in Lake Austin.

Lyft expands Austin-area coverage to 10 new Central Texas cities

Residents of 10 Central Texas communities - mostly in the Hill Country - now are able to get a lift from Lyft. Communities just added by the ride-hailing service are Blanco, Burnet, Canyon Lake, Horseshoe Bay, Johnson City, Kingsland, Marble Falls, Smithville, Spring Branch, and Tow.

Playback: Touring Austin's Latin Record StoresDiscotecas outnumber Anglo record shops

Here's a statistic that may shock you. There are more Latino record stores in Austin than Anglo record shops.

Big art news from Texas Biennial, Pop Austin and UT Landmarks

Big Medium , which produces EAST and WEST, has confirmed the dates and other details for the next Texas Biennial . The group survey exhibition , which features artists living and working in the state, will appear at 211 E. Alpine Road in Austin, Sept.

Texas governor suggests 'bathroom bill' not coming back

Chris Currens, who works in the office of the sergeant-at-arms in the Texas House, walks through an empty chamber, Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017, in Austin, Texas. The Texas Legislature adjourned Tuesday and a Texas "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people died again along with many of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott's summer demands.

Dusty-Danger Dog Day in Austin Local Pooch Makes Good, Wins Friends, Influences People

Every dog must have his day , goes the old saying that I'm almost required to start this blogpost with.

The Texas Capitol in downtown Austin on June 20, 2017.

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Huge number of renters plan to leave Austin - where are they going?

Nearly two-thirds of renters in Austin are looking at fleeing the city, and many of them are eyeing a move to the Mile High City. A new survey by Apartment List found that 65 percent of Austin renters plan to settle down in another city - which is about the same percentage among renters nationwide.

'Bathroom bill' dies again in Texas as session abruptly ends

Gov. Dan Patrick presides over the Senate, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, in Austin. A Texas version of a North Carolina-style "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people again lurched toward defeat Tuesday.

Austin Sobriety Center draws closer to completion, looking for a leader

After years of planning, the Austin-Travis County Sobriety Center is close to being ready for launch. The board opening the center has just announced they're searching for an executive director to lead it.

Austin runners Macsas and Brooks set new Wonderland Trail record - " by 2 hours

Allison Macsas, left, and Mallory Brooks, right, set a new women's record for an unsupported trail run around Mount Rainier. Photo by Gabe Steger Two Austin runners set a new women's time record on the 93-mile Wonderland Trail today, cutting nearly 2 hours off the previous record set in 2012.

Austin police searching for driver who hit, killed man lying in alleyway

Authorities have determined a man whose body was found in an alley along South Congress Avenue on Monday, Aug. 7 was run over. Austin police say 31-year-old Juan Tziquin-Guarcha's body was found around 12:35 a.m. near South Congress Avenue and West Alpine Road.

Merck CEO Dumps Trump CEO Frazier leaves manufacturing council over POTUS failure on racism

In yet another fallout of the white racist actions in Charlottesville, Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier resigned today from President Trump's American Manufacturing Council , citing a corporate and personal responsibility to speak against racism.

Pastry Chef Janina O'Leary Leaves Austin, and More A.M. Intel

This means she isn't opening that doughnut shop and bakery , Play Dough, anymore. O'Leary was previously the pastry chef of fine dining spot LaV, as well as Trace.

Chad Calek brings his "Sir NoFace Lives" documentary, in which he...

Chad Calek brings his "Sir NoFace Lives" documentary, in which he claims the existence of ghosts, to the Ridgefield Playhouse on Saturday, Aug. 19. Chad Calek brings his "Sir NoFace Lives" documentary, in which he claims the existence of ghosts, to the Ridgefield Playhouse on Saturday, Aug. 19. Chad Calek brings his "Sir NoFace Lives" documentary, in which he claims the existence of ghosts, to the Ridgefield Playhouse on Saturday, Aug. 19. Chad Calek brings his "Sir NoFace Lives" documentary, in which he claims the existence of ghosts, to the Ridgefield Playhouse on Saturday, Aug. 19. The answer is "yes" if you are quoting documentary filmmaker and paranormal investigator Chad Calek, along with fellow filmmaking- and paranormal investigation-partner, Justin Holstein, Calek brings his "Sir NoFace" documentary, in which he claims the existence of ghosts, to the Ridgefield Playhouse on ... (more)

Cup of Joe with Austin 360 Podcasters Omar & Tolly

Joe Barlow sat down with by American-Statesman tech writer Omar L. Gallaga and Austin Eavesdropper blogger Tolly Moseley for a Cup of Joe at Vivel Crepes & Coffee , located at 2011 Main Street in Lakeway, Texas. You can check out their I LOVE YOU SO MUCH: THE AUSTIN 360 PODCAST online for more details.

Professor: City a target for hate groups due to a Keep Austin Weirda diversity

Groups with some of the same racist ideology as the demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia are active in the Austin area. Local experts say the city is attractive to those spreading messages of hate.

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