Catch up on city and county news from the past few weeks.
Free Lunch ATX’s “12 Days of Free Lunch” initiative aims to raise $12,000 for food insecurity programming.
Support local organizations this holiday season to make sure our community stays fed.
A new report from the Austin Board of Realtors breaks down how housing shortages disproportionately affect certain Austinites.
This Portland-made, free-to-use, stand-alone toilet is working to address common public bathroom concerns.
Take a look at some of our favorite stories we brought you in 2023 — and learn about how you can keep them coming by supporting ATXtoday with the gift of your membership.
Take a look at some of our favorite stories we brought you in 2023 — and learn about how you can keep them coming by supporting ATXtoday with the gift of your membership.
We dug into the Urban Land Institute’s predictions for 2024 real estate — here’s how they could apply to Austin.
Celebrate the Day of the Dead in Austin with parades, live music, ofrendas, tamales, crafts, movies, and more through the weekend.
The historic fire drill tower in Downtown Austin has been restored with new windows and updates to its brick and concrete plinth.
The autonomous vehicle company is stepping back to “rebuild public trust” after an accident involving a pedestrian in San Francisco.
The MLB team will bring the excitement to the Capital City with games, raffles, prizes, and giveaways at these six events all over town.
Check out these haunting Austin homes on the market right now that we think Dracula himself would love.
Halloween falls on a Tuesday this year. When are Austinites heading out to trick-or-treat?
We’re breaking down what’s on the ballot for the general election in Travis County, so you can cast your ballot on or before Tuesday, Nov. 7.
The 2nd Street District building — home to the W Austin and ACL Live — will be under construction until fall 2024, but will remain open throughout the process.
Your home, your favorite coffee shop, your daily commute aren’t just written in the skyline — they may be written in the stars.
Between Project Connect and an expansion of Hwy. I-35, Austin is slated to see major mobility changes in the coming decade.
We’re talking about how Austin earned the nickname Flash Flood Alley and became the Flash Flood Capital of the US.
Austin City Council voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day in 2017.
Forget breaking a mirror or walking under a ladder — what sorts of actions would bring an Austinite misfortune?
A 12-ft puppet Little Amal is stopping in two Central Texas cities on her 11,000-mile voyage across America,and will appear at Huston-Tillotson University and the Texas State Capitol.
We read the City of Austin’s recent report on changing demographics in ATX. Here are five takeaways.
Here’s why local business leaders believe Austin could become a big name in artificial intelligence.
“The Truth Is I Love You,” a 15-ft sculpture by Hank Willis Thomas, will be unveiled on the library’s east side in November.
The Protocol of Cooperation Agreement is meant to foster relationships and collaboration between the two cities
We asked you, our dear readers, to share your Austin experience with us in the form of a Mad Lib. Now, we’re sharing your recommendations with this reader-suggested guide to ATX.
Historic entertainment district Red River Cultural District just got a makeover in the form of bespoke signage from East 7th Street to East 12th Street.
Tell us a little bit about your experience living in Austin in the form of a Mad Lib to help us craft a unique guide for residents all over the city.
Whether you’re looking to eat, drink, shop, see a game, or just explore the city, Burnet Road has everything you need across 7.2 miles.
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