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53 min ago | Austin American Statesman
He hangs hundreds of feet off the ground, rapidly scaling bluffs that make my legs quiver just standing on the ground.
1 hr ago | CultureMap
Let's face it, Austin is growing and there's no sign of stopping. But with the city's tremendous growth, niche interests have become abundant and the city limits are teeming with experts.
3 hrs ago | Eater
One of Austin's best Sichuan restaurants will open a second branch in South Austin.
Outside an abandoned Austin shopping mall is a little-known visual phenomenon to rival the bat flights from the downtown Congress Avenue bridge.
The Texas Civil Rights Project filed more than 30 lawsuits across the state, including ones against Uber, Lyft and Yellow Cab.
According to Forbes.com , since 2001 tech firms like Apple, Google, and Facebook have expanded employment by 41 percent.
Thursday marks one week since 298 people died when a Malaysia Airlines jet crashed after a missile shot it down over Eastern Ukraine.
Austin is no longer the top U.S. city for job growth , but the future still looks bright.
Austin-based Twin Liquors has reached a settlement with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission that will allow the liquor giant to keep open all of its retail operations.
"Citizen involvement is key to what we do," said APD Commander Nick Wright. "The work of APD's District Representatives is the root of all we do, and without that combination, we don't function."
This July 21, 2014, file photo shows Gov. Rick Perry as he speaks during a news conference in the Governor's press room, in Austin, Texas.
After a successful initial launch, Print Austin -- a city-wide round-up celebration of fine-art printmaking -- will be back in 2015, organizers have announced.
Though it may be your favorite TV show, you may not know that July is Parks & Recreation Month.
Each week in Austin360, we offer a rotating list of places to eat right now. This week: Italian restaurants.
Police are looking for a group of men believed to be connected to at least eight aggravated robberies of businesses dating back to early June.
Health officials are requesting information on a local man who may have picked up a bat near Austin's Bat Bridge.
University of Texas Police say there was no threat to safety Wednesday after briefly searching for a woman seen carrying a knife at Main Building.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:18 am
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