Two Congressmen Suspected Of Ethics Violations

The House Office of Congressional Ethics found “substantial reason to believe” Congressmen Pat Fallon (R-Texas) and John Rutherford (R-Fla.) violated House ethics...

AG Ken Paxton May Be Facing A Lawsuit For Violating State Law

It looks like Paxton’s involvement with the Jan.6 riots is coming back to haunt him. This time the Travis County DA determined...

Don’t Expect Paxton In Court Before The Election

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton may still be under indictment, but it’s unlikely that he’ll be in court before the 2022 midterms...

Podcast Revisits Gruesome Texas Murder, Including Rare Interview

Fifteen years ago on Aug. 17, 2005, 21-year-old Jennifer Cave’s dismembered body was found in the bathtub of convicted murderer Colton Pitonyak’s...

Goodwill Sells Ancient Roman Relic For $34.99

Laura Young discovered the bust in 2018, unceremoniously stowed beneath a table in an Austin Goodwill store. She knew the price tag...

Introducing Nick Anderson, Pulitzer Prize Winning Cartoonist, to Lead the Reform Austin Newsroom

Editorial Cartoonist Nick Anderson has joined the Reform Austin newsroom, where he will employ the artistic skill and political insights that earned...

Austin Police Release Footage Showing the Killing of Mike Ramos

The Austin Police Department released video footage Monday of the fatal police shooting of Mike Ramos, an unarmed Black and Latino man who was...

UT Longhorn Band Refuses to Play ‘The Eyes of Texas’

“The Eyes of Texas” will be played at Saturday’s University of Texas at Austin football game, but not by the Longhorn band.

Car-Centric Austin Is Building Transit. Will Anyone Ride It?

AUSTIN, Oct 19 (Reuters) - In 2019, Diane Guerra and her husband moved out of their two-bedroom apartment in trendy East Austin...
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Austin faces a rising tide

Will we proactively prepare so that we might ride this tide to a new future or will we choose to turn our backs, only to be crushed under its weight?

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