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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 News
Man shoots, kills neighbor's dog in SE Austin

An Austin man is facing charges after police say he killed his neighbor's dog on Friday in southeast Austin, according to court documents. Arrest paperwork says Dakota Profitt was outside his home in the 5400 block of Lark Creek Drive near Stassney Lane and Nuckols Crossing Road.

Austinites celebrate Juneteenth, anniversary of slavery emancipation

The celebration marks the anniversary of when African American slaves in Texas learned of the end of the Civil War and their emancipation. "There is a lot of music, a lot of celebration, a lot of positivity, people really just loving one another.

Austin Shakespeare drafts a Cleopatra for the ages

The blazing news that stands out from the recently announced Austin Shakespeare season is the return of beloved actor and University of Texas professor Fran Dorn in a staged reading of "Antony and Cleopatra" in October . The free Shakespeare in the Par k option will be "The Merchant of Venice" in May 2019 at Zilker Park.

Woman seriously injured in north Austin rollover crash

Austin Travis County EMS has taken a woman to the hospital after they say she was ejected from a vehicle during a crash early Sunday morning. ATCEMS tweeted that the crash happened just before 7 a.m. on Bluff Bend Drive near East Braker Lane in north Austin.

Student dies in fall during UT study abroad program in Russia

"The Texas Tech University community offers its sincerest and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Elmer Arrieta. His passing is a loss to the College of Architecture and the entire Red Raider family.

State of Texas: Going beyond thoughts and prayers

AUSTIN - This week on State of Texas: the Senate holds their first committee meeting to decide how to improve school safety, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor discusses his campaign plans, a Dallas journalist explains his investigation into the shortcomings of Texas Medicaid and the land commissioner sets the record straight on his plans for our state's most historic landmark. In the aftermath of the Santa Fe High School shooting, Texas lawmakers have promised to go beyond thoughts and prayers.

Austin City Council approves 'Freedom City' policies

The Austin City Council voted unanimously Thursday to approve two "Freedom City" policies, which target racial disparities in arrests and citations issued by the Austin Police Department. After failing to become a sanctuary city, the "Freedom City" resolutions were introduced in an effort to make the community safer for immigrants and people of color.

Army narrows list of cities down to 5 for new command HQ

A U.S. Army spokesman says officials have narrowed to five the number of cities under consideration to house a prestigious command center that's meant to modernize Army operations and technology. Col. Patrick Seiber tells the Austin American-Statesman that Austin, Texas, is a finalist for the Futures Command headquarters along with Boston, Minneapolis, Philadelphia and Raleigh, North Carolina.

Leslie's Chicken Shack bird now peering over Austin gallery's fence

Todd Sanders stands outside his Austin gallery with the sign he salvaged from the shuttered Leslie's Chicken Shack in Waco. The large Chicken Shack sign towers above the restaurant on Highway 77. It now sits outside an Austin artist's gallery.

Celebrate Father's Day with Vegan Barbecue and Cupcakes

The fine folks at Wicked Healthy and Skull & Cakebones, together with local shroom growers Hi-Fi Mycology, are coming together to throw a big bash west of Austin at the Dripping Springs bakery on June 17, 10am-3pm. It takes place on Father's Day, but you can attend even without a parental unit in tow.

Two motorcyclists die in crashes during ROT Rally

Two motorcyclists died when they were involved in crashes during ROT Rally last weekend. Both crashes happened near the Travis County Expo Center where the bulk of the rally is held.

Texas governor's plan after Santa Fe shooting meets pushback

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott arrives for the Texas GOP Convention, Friday, June 15, 2018, in San Antonio. Confetti falls as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, center, greets supporters after speaking at the Texas GOP Convention, Friday, June 15, 2018, in San Antonio.

Austin woman out of Antiguan prison after bullets found in suitcase

According to the Austin Fire Department, Shannon Martinez accidentally left a box of ammo in a suitcase pocket before the trip. As her family was leaving the island Tuesday, airport customs found the bullets and arrested her.

Austin's ambitious solar program sparks national attention

When it comes to electricity, Austin's future is sunny. The Capital City is one of the country's leaders in the use of solar power, and Austin Mayor Steve Adler just took home an award recognizing the city's efforts to harness energy from the sun.

Cult Korean dessert chain sweetens this round of Austin food news

Editor's note: We get it. It can be difficult to keep up with the what's what and who's who of Austin food.

Video: Austin360 Artist of the Month Jaimee Harris makes her Antone's debut

Culminating a busy week of hometown performances before she spends most of the summer on tour, Austin360 Artist of the Month Jaimee Harris brought her band to Antone's on Thursday night for a showcase performance that included many songs on her upcoming album "Red Rescue" plus quite a few new songs she's written in the interim. Harris also worked in a couple of curveballs, notably a solo acoustic version of "Get Out" by Frightened Rabbit, the Scottish band whose leader, Scott Hutchison, was found dead last month .

Marvel at Austin Central Library's Quaint New Cookbook Cafe

It makes sense that a restaurant would pull from nearby sources, and the Austin Central Library 's new downtown restaurant Cookbook Cafe on 710 West Cesar Chavez Street is drawing from, well, the library's best assets: cookbooks . The counter-service menu is a patchwork of influential cookbooks, from granola parfait from The Commander's Palace Cookbook to Julia Child's split pea soup to rice pudding from Dorie Greenspan .

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