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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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May | 2018 | Relish Austin

Relishing food is about taking time to enjoy what has become the often hurried and mundane task of nourishing our bodies. Relish Austin is Addie's search for things that make her go "mmmm."

How to grill up a feast this Memorial Day

Cowgirl Strip Steaks with Pink Peppercorn Crusts offers irresistible New York steaks coated with a fragrant peppercorn rub. Paula Disbrowe would be delighted if everyone grilled on Memorial Day.

Man dead, suspect at large after shooting in south Austin

The Austin Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a shooting death in South Austin early Saturday morning. The Austin Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a shooting death in South Austin early Saturday morning.

From the 40 Acres to East Austin UT students use East Austin Stories to explore community life

East Austin is changing, and armed with video cameras and questions, Radio, Television, and Film students at the University of Texas are bearing witness to this change through the East Austin Stories program. Professor Andrew Garrison began teaching the class to focus on themes of community.

Security expert expects Santa Fe shooting suspect to be quizzed

While investigators try to pin down a motive behind the shooting attack that killed at least 10 people Friday morning in Santa Fe, Texas, they also worked quickly to determine any continuing threats to public safety. "Forensically, you have a heck of a crime scene to try to look at whenever you have this many people shot.

Michelle Obama's favorite workout springs into first Austin studio

Regardless of political parties, we are all united in the belief that Michelle Obama's arms are a national treasure . Now, locals can get one step closer to our own guns of glory when Obama's purported favorite workout opens its first Austin studio on June 1. A form of Pilates, Solidcore is a 50-minute workout emphasizing slow and deliberate movements using a Sweatlana machine.

County tax collector officials arrested in fraud probe

Authorities have arrested multiple tax collector officials in the county that includes Austin on suspected fraud charges, and all tax collector satellite offices are closing until further notice as a result. In a statement Friday evening, Travis County Tax Assessor Collector Bruce Elfant said that, following an internal audit by the Travis County Auditor, investigators served search warrants and arrested "multiple employees" from his staff.

Salute the enterprising veterans behind 3 uniquely Austin businesses

With Memorial Day coming up, those who have bravely served our country are on our minds. But giving thought to our veterans deserves far more than just a couple of holidays scattered throughout the year.

California food truck rolls breakfast burritos into taco-loving Austin

In East Austin, the breakfast taco is about to get some new competition. Chef Rouha Sadighi is bringing her cult Los Angeles breakfast burritos to the 1606 East Food Trailer Park on May 26. The Californian chef made a name for herself at lauded restaurants like the Michelen-starred Joe's on Abbot Kenney and the Beverly Hills location of Thomas Keller's Bochon.

How to talk to kids about school shooting | Raising Austin

In October, Jane Ripperger-Suhler, a child psychiatrist at Seton's Texas Child Study Center, had this advice for parents about how much we should say about a shooting such as the one in Las Vegas that had happened at the time. It's good advice for what has happened today.

Austin-Inspired Food Hall Is Opening in New York City

The food hall is meant to take its inspiration from "the original Austin food truck movement of the 1990s." The six stalls will serve up breakfast tacos, Hill Country barbecue, Hill Country fried chicken, tacos, and other foods.

How to Celebrate the Royal Wedding in Austin

The highly anticipated Royal Wedding is almost here, when Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle will get married on Saturday, May 19 at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle just outside of London. The festivities begin at noon British Summer Time, which means an early 6 a.m. call time for those watching in Austin.

Former UT-Austin President Larry Faulkner named interim chancellor of UT System

The University of Texas System's Board of Regents has tapped Larry Faulkner, a former president of the University of Texas at Austin, to be interim chancellor. In a telephone meeting Friday afternoon, the regents gave Faulkner unanimous approval to temporarily helm the 14-campus system until they find outgoing Chancellor Bill McRaven's permanent successor.

2 high-ranking Bandidos found guilty of orchestrating 2006 m

Anthony Benesh III in 1998 on his Harley Davidson motorcycle. Benesh was shot and killed in 2006 while leaving a Northwest Austin pizza parlor with his girlfriend and two young sons.

Austin man files lawsuit over case of mistaken identity

An Austin resident and University of Texas employee alleges that a Cedar Park police detective issued a false warrant for his arrest in an attempt to detain a man with a similar name, according to a lawsuit obtained by Channel 6's sister-station KVUE. Austinite Nathan Cook filed a lawsuit May 16 against Cedar Park detective Kristy Whitley, Cedar Park Police Chief Sean Mannix and the City of Cedar Park.

What to Do in Austin This Weekend: May 18-20

On May 18 and 19, find handcrafted creations from local and national artisans, hear Texas bands onstage, enjoy food and beverages, and keep the kids busy with lots of activities at the Old Town Street Festival in Leander. Enjoy a weekend celebrating contemporary handmade goods, featuring the country's foremost voices in craft and design, local food trucks, and cocktails.

FORECAST: Record heat possible in Austin on Thursday, muggy at night

Thursday forecast for Austin : After experiencing the hottest day so far in 2018 on Wednesday, when temperatures reached 97 degrees, Austinites can expect weather just as warm on Thursday, forecasters said. Bob Fogarty, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said temperatures in Central Texas could reach into the mid-90s during the day before dropping into the low 70s this evening.

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