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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

Zip Codes associated with austin, texas: 78613 78701 78702 78703 78704 78705 78717 78719 78721 78722 78723 78724 78725 78726 78727 78728 78729 78730 78731 78732 78733 78734 78735 78736 78737 78738 78739 78741 78745 78746 78747 78748 78749 78750 78751 78752 78753 78754 78756 78757 78758 78759
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Mayors call on feds to define 'sanctuary city' label

Two mayors who met with Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly say they want DHS to clearly define the term "sanctuary city."

HOUSE of LUX Presents // Bloody Knives (Austin, Tx) // Undegun

Following on from our SELL OUT show with Mugstar HOUSE of LUX presents the dark industrial shoegaze goth of Austin, Texas' Bloody Knives as part of their UK tour. Bloody Knives is based in Austin, Texas consisting of Preston Maddox , Jake McCown and Jack O'HaraHarris .

SolarWinds IT Trends Report 2017: Portrait of a Hybrid IT...

The company's annual study on the state of the IT industry dives deeper into the effects hybrid IT has had on organizations, highlighting that hybrid IT organizations are: AUSTIN, Texas, March 29, 2017 -- SolarWinds , a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, today revealed the findings of its SolarWinds IT Trends Report 2017: Portrait of a Hybrid IT Organization . For 2017, SolarWinds' annual state-of-the-industry study explores the variety of ways in which IT departments around the world are integrating the cloud, and the effect hybrid IT has had on their organizations and IT job roles.

U.S. Census revises previous data on Austin population growth

The U.S. Census released a revised report last Thursday saying Austin officially exceeded 2 million residents in 2016, and not 2015. A report released last June by the Census Bureau said Austin surpassed 2 million residents in 2015, but the report prematurely estimated the growth by about a month, according to city demographer Ryan Robinson.

Australian probe yet to explain plane crash that killed 5

CANBERRA, Australia - A cockpit voice recorder failed to capture audio of the doomed flight of a light plane that crashed into the roof of an Australian shopping mall last month killing a pilot and four American tourists, accident investigators said Wednesday. Australian pilot Max Quartermain, 63, radioed "Mayday" seven times, but did not explain the emergency before the twin-engine Beechcraft King Air B200 plunged into the Direct Factory Outlet mall in the Melbourne suburb of Essendon on Feb. 21 moments after takeoff from a nearby runway, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau said in a preliminary report.

Republican state lawmaker injured in Austin car crash

A Republican lawmaker from suburban Houston remains hospitalized in stable condition after a car crash while traveling to the Texas Capitol. His office says Rep. Mark Keough of the Woodlands "is alert and in stable condition, having suffered no broken bones or head trauma" following the wreck Tuesday morning.

Police identify person of interest in central Austin murder

Austin police say they have identified 20-year-old Karl Ray Stokes as a person of interest in a deadly shooting that happened Sunday night. Police said it happened around 9:36 p.m. at 300 Carmen Court in central Austin, just next to the Interstate 35 and US 183 interchange.

Audit: City of Austin can improve on discrimination, harassment training

You could call March 27, 2015 the catalyst. On that day, the city of Austin held a training session titled "Women Leading in Local Government."

ICE Retaliates Against Immigrants in Austin After Sheriff Limits Cooperation with Federal Agents

Austin city councilmember. When he first won election in 2014, he was the youngest councilmember in the city's history.

Gov. Greg Abbott speaks on the first day of the 85th Legislature on January 10, 2017.

Gov. Greg Abbott raised many eyebrows last week when he threw his support behind a "broad-based law" that pre-empts local regulations, a remark that did anything but calm the already contentious local control battles at the Texas Capitol. On Monday, Abbott did not back away from the idea, saying that the country is not called the "United States of Municipalities."

Austin locals learn about Texas efforts to end gerrymandering

Austin residents can help end the drawing of district lines to favor a political party by holding Texas legislators accountable before the next round of redistricting in 2021, grassroots organizers said Monday. This biased redistricting process is commonly known as gerrymandering, in which legislators draw district lines with the intent of diluting the opposition's political influence and securing seats of the majority party - in Texas' case, the Republican party.

Armed robbery highlights homelessness problem near APD Headquarters

Violent crime outside Austin Police Headquarters in downtown is shedding light on the extent of the homelessness problem in city limits. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Darryl Alexander Wesley, 29, who is wanted for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon, a first degree felony.

Famed Austin chef opens destination restaurant in historic Texas town

Acclaimed Austin chef Sonya Cot is co-opening a destination restaurant in Clifton, Texas, population: 3,376. The mind behind Hillside Farmacy and weekend eatery Eden East is creating a true farm-to-table experience in the historic railroad town, located 33 miles west of Waco.

Correction: University of Texas-Sexual Assault story

In a story March 24 about a University of Texas at Austin survey of campus sexual assault victims, The Associated Press misidentified the school president. His name is Greg Fenves, not Gary Fenves.

Austin-San Antonio corridor is one of nation's best for this hot job

The Austin-San Antonio corridor is one of the country's hottest spots for jobs in the digital sector, according to a new study, but we're well behind Silicon Valley. The study , commissioned by the Interactive Advertising Bureau , says the 35th Congressional District - covering a narrow stretch along I-35 from Austin to San Antonio - ranks 13th among all U.S. districts for the number of digital jobs.

Get ready, STAAR tests are back | Raising Austin

This week, kids in Texas will be sitting down with their No. 2 pencils and opening up a fresh round of STAAR tests and end of course exams.

Highly anticipated new Austin restaurant wows on first taste

We have followed Chef Philip Speer's career since he was a rising pastry chef at Jean-Luc's Bistro and Starlite, and followed by his successful career as part of the Uchi family. Now, his long-awaited endeavor is open, and we are pleased to report it was well worth the wait.

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