Tag Archives: Austin
Prison abolitionists gathered in Austin on the 45th anniversary of the Attica prison riots.
Prison abolitionists gathered in Austin on the 45th anniversary of the Attica prison riots to protest unpaid labor in Texas prisons....Read More
If the real estate mogul loses, he’s the only one who will emerge unscathed.
Donald Trump's Texas crowds have shrunk, distilled down to the angriest supporters. If he loses, writes Chris Hooks, they'll be angrier than ever....Read More
From deleted answers to missing test books, Texas’ new test vendor almost left us pining for Pearson. Almost.
From deleted answers to missing tests, Texas’ new standardized test vendor has committed a series of flubs that almost left us pining for Pearson. Almost....Read More
The Austin Environmental Justice group is working to bring diversity to an environmental movement sometimes suffering from "savior syndrome."...Read More
The black community affected by Texas’ first serial killer is filtered through a white lens in 'The Midnight Assassin.'
One of Texas' best crime writers tackles a 100-year-old murder mystery in a book with urgent implications for modern policing, race and power....Read More
In the race to represent SD 24, Republican candidates Susan King and Dawn Buckingham face a difficult balancing act on water conservation and pricing.
The runoff for SD 24, sprawling from Abilene to Bandera, is between an outsider ophthalmologist (look out, Donna Campbell!) and a five-term state rep....Read More
A new affordable health clinic in East Austin is also the first federally qualified health center to open on a historically black college campus....Read More