It's been two years since the 1st COVID-19 lockdown in Wuhan
On January 23, 2020, officials locked down Wuhan, China, to prevent the coronavirus in the city with 11 million people.
RRISD community members rally outside Governor's Mansion calling for more COVID-19 resources
The group is asking the TEA to give schools more resources to combat COVID-19, including instructional hour waivers for districts forced to close schools.
'Texas Rally for Life' taking place at State Capitol Saturday
Gov. Greg Abbott will speak at the event in support of banning abortions.
AUSTIN, Texas - The fight over abortion rights continues in Texas.
Some US Companies Decry Voter Suppression Laws While Funding Their Sponsors
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Gov. Abbott unveils 'Parental Bill of Rights' plan during North Texas campaign stop
The plan claims to give Texas parents more power in decisions surrounding their children's education.
The Thrill of Buc-ee's, Once a Texas Roadside Oasis, Is Gone
As gas stations go, there are few chains that have managed to capture the attention of travelers - and eaters - like Buc-ee's.
Texas' transgender sports law goes into effect Jan. 18
The law requires transgender student-athletes to play on sports teams based on the sex assigned at or near their birth.
Council expands virtual participation in city meetings - Austin Monitor
Tuesday, January 18, 2022 by Jonathan Lee
Local businesses choosing sides between Austin and Texas COVID-19 orders
With different guidance from the State and the County, business owners are stuck picking a side yet again when it comes to posting signs.
Austin/Travis County require businesses to post whether they require masks, Covid-19 tests or vaccinations - Austin Monitor
Photo by Gabriel C. Pérez/KUT
Friday, January 14, 2022 by Audrey McGlinchy, KUT