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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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APD officer in Breaion King case fired after another use of force allegation

An Austin police officer who was the subject of a use of force lawsuit filed by a woman who was slammed into the ground during a 2015 arrest has been fired from the department after a new allegation surfaced of him using excessive forced. The hearing for Officer Bryan Richter is expected to finish Monday.

Austin home values soar to almost $175 billion in record-breaking year

A new report from real estate data source Zillow says the positive growth of home values in Texas was on trend with the rest of the U.S in 2017. The report, which includes information for 35 U.S. metro areas, shows that the total value of the U.S. housing stock gained $2 trillion in 2017, a 6.5 percent increase over 2016, the fastest pace in four years.

Austin Establishes 'Hi, How Are You?' Day To Encourage Mental Health Support

Daniel Johnston, the outsider folk artist who became foundational in the music scene of his adopted home of Austin, Texas in the '80s and early '90s, turns 57 years old today. Austin and its "weird" scene was an incubator for Johnston and in turn he served as a heart for the city's own sleeve.

Rooster Teeth Launches gen:LOCK trailer First footage from new mecha-anime from Austin studio

Rooster Teeth gets automated with this design artwork for Julian Chase, one of the characters in their new CG series gen:LOCK Austin's online behemoth Rooster Teeth has been teasing adding a few home-grown animated titles to its powerhouse slate: now the first trailer for the first of those new shows, the mecha-action thriller gen:LOCK .

Burned body being investigated in Bastrop

An Austin man's body was found burned on the side of a road in Bastrop County Thursday, according to the Bastrop County Sheriff's Office. A passerby found the body of 23-year-old Donald Ray Davis around 6 a.m. near Pope Bend North, which is just west of the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort.

Local economist questions Austin as 'ideal fit' for Amazon HQ2

Texas Governor Greg Abbott declares Austin would be an "ideal fit" for Amazon's second headquarters, and executives at the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce echo that opinion. But an Austin economist isn't entirely sold on the idea of Amazon's so-called HQ2 project - a $5 billion initiative that the Seattle-based e-commerce behemoth says will create up to 50,000 jobs - landing here in Central Texas.

Extract Kindle highlights/Coin Talk/Crashtag

Your Kindle highlights As you read a Kindle you can, with some effort, highlight a passage. The best way to extract those passages so that you can cut and paste them later, or so you can insert the text into an article, or otherwise use a highlight as text, is to go to this page and login with your Amazon credentials.

Texas panel set to discuss school finance fix. Can they iron out lawmakers' disagreements?

The Texas Commission on Public School Finance will meet for the first time Tuesday morning as it starts to develop legislative recommendations for overhauling a rundown system for funding public education. The meeting, which is open to the public but only hearing invited testimony , will be held at 10 a.m. CST on Tuesday in Room 1-104 in the State Board of Education's William B. Travis Building in downtown Austin.

New east Austin apartment community looks to fight homelessness

A groundbreaking to be held Monday for a first of its kind permanent support housing community in east Austin is hoping to help end homelessness. Integral Care's Housing First Oak Springs apartment community will feature 50-units, along with an integrated health clinic offering mental and primary health care, which will be open to the community, as well as treatment for drug and alcohol abuse.

Texas DE target Courtre Alexander commits to Arkansas

While the Texas Longhorns hosted a handful of recruits in Austin, weak-side defensive end target Courtre Alexander of Owasso was visiting the Arkansas Razorbacks . On Sunday, he elected to end his recruitment: Blessed beyond belief to say that I will be furthering my education and football career at the UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS #HammerDown #WPS - 1 4i - 1 4i - 1 4i @coachmarksmith @CoachSCaldwell pic.twitter.com/aWZSGjdLkp A rising prospect in recent weeks, Alexander took an official visit to Texas and then picked up his offer days later.

Texas sues tree company 6 years after wildfire that killed 2

Trees are pictured at The Quitman Arboretum and Botanical Gardens are pictured on Friday Jan. 19, 2018 in Quitman. The 23 acre facility includes a walking trail, sensory garden, shade garden, a waterwise garden and numerous rose and flower beds.

Usa Compression Partners (USAC) Stock Rating Lowered by Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "USA Compression Partners, LP is engaged in providing compression services primarily in the United States. It designs, engineers, operates and maintains natural gas compressor packages.

Thousands rally at Capitol, City Hall for President Trump's impeachment, Women's March

On the one year anniversary of President Donald Trump taking office, more than 1,000 people rallied together to call for his impeachment. The Impeachment Rally began Saturday morning at City Hall with two hours of speakers, including local activists and former state Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, who ran for governor in 2014.

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.

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