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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-Based Folk-Pop Virtuosos The Belle Sounds Announce Official...

Austin-based folk-pop virtuosos The Belle Sounds are thrilled to announce the forthcoming release of their album "The Sea Within" on Friday, July 20. Their official album release party will take place on Saturday, July 21 at One-2-One Bar located at 1509 S. Lamar Blvd. St. 600, Austin, Texas. Doors are at 7:30 p.m., with The Sanco Loop playing at 8 p.m., The Belle Sounds at 9:30 p.m. and the Brandon Aguilar Band at 11:30 p.m.Tickets are $12 and there will be a free download card of the album with entry.

APD's newest bomb-sniffing dog needs a name

AUSTIN - The Austin Police Department just welcomed the newest member to its bomb squad, but would you believe he still doesn't have a name? The APD bomb squad uses K-9s to sniff for explosive material, and also uses robots to access potentially dangerous areas. APD tweeted out that this German shorthaired pointer worked his second day on the job, and even though they haven't found the perfect name for him, they couldn't resist showing him off.

Amazon unlocks new in-car delivery service for busy Austin shoppers

Austinites already enjoy Amazon in-home delivery and keyless guest access through Amazon Key . Now, the global conglomerate has announced a new way customers can receive deliveries: in their vehicles.

Austin schools scrambling to keep special classes amid budget woes

Austin ISD schools are facing cuts to some language and music programs, and the district blames the state's recapturing fund and school finance laws that need reform. AISD Chief Financial Officer Nicole Conley Johnson says even after a rise in revenue from property taxes of about $116 million in the past year, AISD will still face an estimated $30 million shortfall, due to what's owed to the state for the "Robin Hood" plan.

Supreme Court will look at south Austin lines in redistricting case

Central Texas was front and center in Washington, D.C. Tuesday as the Supreme Court looked at Congressional maps that run right through Austin, most of the lines surround Congressional District 35, which is currently held by Democratic Congressman Lloyd Doggett. Lawmakers can draw lines to favor a political party.

Woman hit, killed on I-35 service road in south Austin identified

Police identified a woman who was apparently walking on the Interstate 35 service road when she was hit by a truck. Dystany Farrias, 31, died at the scene in the 8100 block of South I-35 service road, which is between William Cannon Drive and Slaughter Lane.

Group files lawsuit to stop Austin's mandatory sick pay

As some businesses are preparing for Austin's new paid sick leave ordinance, which is set to go into effect Oct. 1, 2018, Austin-based think tank Texas Public Policy Foundation is preparing to go to court with the city. TPPF announced it is filing a lawsuit against the city challenging the ordinance.

Austin airport now implementing Global Entry

As Austin-Bergstrom International Airport adds more international flights, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency is launching Global Entry for travelers arriving in Austin. Travelers can sign up for a membership now at .

McConaughey fears March for Our Lives will get 'hijacked'

A month after speaking at the March for Our Lives in his hometown of Austin, Texas, Matthew McConaughey says he supports some gun control but fears the youth-led movement could be "hijacked" by those hoping to eliminate all guns in the United States. McConaughey spoke about his support for the marchers in Las Vegas on Monday, where he was promoting his upcoming film, "White Boy Rick," at the CinemaCon He called gun violence "an epidemic in our country."

Austin homes are flying off the market at this record-breaking pace

Prime homebuying season in Austin is coming up quick, and buyers should be prepared to move extra fast this year. Zillow recently found that in 2017, homes all across the nation sold at their fastest pace on record: 81 days, and that includes the time to close the sale.

Austin snubbed by GQ's coveted best new restaurants list

On April 23, GQ released its coveted 13 Best New Restaurants in America in 2018, and it appears Austin has been majorly snubbed. Despite a year that saw dozens of restaurant openings in the Capital City, it appears none captured the attention of the stalwart men's magazine.

Levitation fest rises from the ashes, returns to Austin

Back from the brink of extinction following a last-minute cancellation in 2016 and a year off in 2017, Austin's psychedelic music festival, Levitation, will return April 26 through 29 with a whole new festival format. Historically held at Carson Ranch, this year's festival will feature a multiple-venue format, with shows taking place around the Red River music district.

Austin-area man identified as victim in Waffle House shooting

AUSTIN - One of the four people killed inside a Nashville-area Waffle House Sunday morning when a suspect started shooting was from the Austin-area. Twenty-year-old Joe Perez died when suspected gunman Travis Reinking, 29, came storming into the Waffle House with an assault rifle.

Suspected serial burglar turned into Austin police by his father

A Houston father turned his 18-year-old son into Austin police after his son allegedly showed him video of stolen firearms during a FaceTime interview, according to an arrest affidavit. Cristian Martell Daniel was on the video call with his father on April 13 when he bragged about items he recently got, police say.

Austin-based organization provides syringe access services to help save lives

Although the opioid use in the United States continues to be ever-present issue, organizations such as the Austin Harm Reduction Coalition, also known as the AHRC, provide care and minimize the risks in order to the save the lives of those who use opioids. Started in 1994, the Austin Harm Reduction Coalition acts as a source of support for those who inject drugs in the Austin community.

Janet Jackson is extending her State of the World Tour

The pop icon says her State of the World Tour, which originally wrapped in December, will kick off new dates July 11 in Austin, Texas.

UT students, Austin schools gathered at the Capitol saying "enough" to gun violence

Approximately 1,000 people participated in a national walkout against gun violence on Friday at the Texas Capitol with dozens of UT students and nine registered Austin area schools present. University students marched together due to an idea from communication and leadership sophomore Rey Castillo.

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