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The Daily Detail | Best Car Detailing Service in Austin TX

Let The Daily Detail handle cleaning the interior and exterior of your vehicle in Austin, TX. (512) 488 6414

🖌️ SoCo Modern Art Gallery in Austin, TX

SoCo Modern Art Gallery , investment level art & design for the seasoned and curious collector. Located on South Congress in Austin, Texas, call (512) 409-9943

Republicans endorse Democratic candidate for Texas Lt. Governor

Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor Mike Collier's campaign says he has met with more than a dozen elected Republican officials, and has been publicly endorsed by two.

FULL INTERVIEW: Texas DPS Director Steve McCraw on failed Uvalde shooting response

McCraw says the DPS has some level of culpability in the failed response at Robb Elementary.

Hays County downgraded to low COVID risk as Fayette County jumps to high risk in CDC update

Each week since Feb. 24, the CDC has assigned a "COVID-19 Community Level" to every county nationwide based on how the virus is impacting local populations.

City of Liberty Hill enters Phase 4 water restrictions

Due to the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority water treatment facility needing to repair an intake pipe, the facility is shutting down for repairs.

Austin area is seeing lower housing prices, more inventory

This led to an all-time inventory level of enough houses for 2.9 months, which is the highest seen in the area since September 2018.

City of Austin Launching Resilience Hub Network | KLBJ-AM

The City of Austin is launching a new resilience hub network to help the community stay prepared for emergencies like flooding; drought; ...

Humidity ramps up with minimal rain chances

Following the coolest morning since May on Thursday, overnight lows will be much warmer heading into the weekend due to the return of humidity from the Gulf of Mexico. -- David Yeomans

Fast 50: 2022 winners revealed

As usual, ABJ's Fast 50 contest looks at the last three years of revenue growth to determine winners, in this case for 2019 to 2021. This year's Fast 50 offers a unique look at the companies that wer

Forecast: A few showers and storms possible Friday and Saturday

Here are the latest updates from the KVUE Storm Team.

California governor asks DOJ to investigate Abbott for migrant busing

Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-California, shared a copy of his letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland on Twitter along with a message that read, "What @GovRonDeSantis and @GregAbbott_TX are doing isn't cle

Leander puts up new population signs showing spike in growth

Based on U.S. Census data, more than 81,800 people now live in the city.

Texas has some of the smallest home lot sizes in the country, study shows

The study looked at almost 400,000 home listings on Zillow to determine the median lot sizes in each state and more than a hundred metro areas.

City of Austin election, politics to likely play a role in Lions Municipal's fate

City of Austin election, politics to likely play a role in Lions Municipal's fate. Tim Schmitt. Golfweek. Lions Municipal Golf Course is part of ...

Traffic flow to reduce to one lane along E. William Cannon near Onion Creek - FOX 7 Austin

AUSTIN, Texas - Road improvements along E. William Cannon Drive near Onion Creek will affect traffic flow Friday, says the city of Austin.

City of Austin to launch disaster resilience hubs - KVUE

The City of Austin is launching various "resilience hubs" to better prepare the community for a range of natural disaster threats.

Training for 1,100 Austinites Approved through Workforce Development |

The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces funding to local workforce development providers Capital IDEA and Skillpoint Alliance ...

Texas Longhorn, NFL alum Derrick Johnson revamps Austin ISD library

Former UT Longhorn and NFL great Derrick Johnson collaborated with the Austin ISD's nonprofit education foundation, Austin Ed Fund, to breathe some new life into the library space at Oak Springs Eleme

TX Austin/San Antonio TX Zone Forecast - SFGATE

Including the city of Austin. 201 PM CDT Thu Sep 15 2022 .TONIGHT...Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 70s. Southeast winds. 5 to 10 mph. .FRIDAY.

Travis County commissioners send letter opposing SH 45 project to Hays County

... impact on Travis County and on the city of Austin by enabling an enormous amount of traffic to funnel from I-35 onto MoPac crossing the Barton ...

Another Jo's Coffee appears to be in the works

Jo's Coffee may be closing in on a sixth location — this one on Menchaca Road, according to real estate records.

Texas Supportive Housing Institute tackles one of Austin's biggest problems

A coalition of affordable housing developers will regularly meet over the next four months as part of the third annual installment of a program aimed at combating homelessness. They're backed by City

Feds award $25M for infrastructure projects in Austin, Minn. - Bring Me The News

Courtesy of City of Austin. The funds will go towards efforts to reconstruct eight bridges.

City of Austin receives $2.2 million for Creekside Park - ABC 6 News -

City of Austin receives $2.2 million for Creekside Park. Emily Pofahl KAALTV -31 minutes ago. (ABC 6 News) – It's another big step forward for the ...

City of Austin receives $2.2 million for Creekside Park - YouTube

City of Austin receives $2.2 million for Creekside Park ... (ABC 6 News) - It's another big step forward for the business community in Austin. The city ...

Texas Longhorns players pick up NIL deal with pizza place near UT campus

Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) has been growing over the past three years, allowing college athletes to profit off their own image.

Training for 1,100 Austinites Approved through Workforce Development

The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces funding to local workforce development providers Capital IDEA and Skillpoint Alliance for career training in the City’s target industrie

LIST: How to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the Austin area

If you're looking for a way to celebrate, you're in luck! There are a number of events scheduled over the next few weeks.

Texas gas prices drop $1.50 in 3 months — how have they changed in your city?

As of Thursday, the statewide average is down to $3.18, a decrease of $1.52 in three months.

As demand for mushrooms grows, so does mycology interest in Central Texas

One local company grows 5,000 pounds of mushrooms per week to sell in grocery stores across the state.

Fake school threats can cause students to face real consequences

A student can be charged with a terroristic threat if they make a fake threat against a school, which can be a felony.

Hemp has been legal in Texas for three years. This summer put its profitability to the test

A Taylor hemp farmer said the drought-tolerant crop proved to be just that, but there's more to be done to increase profitability.

Families of transgender children continue to be investigated, even after moving out of Texas

"My children were having nightmares, all three of them were having nightmares that someone was going to come in the home and take them away."

Former Smithville teacher accused of sexually assaulting student

A former teacher at Smithville High School faces sexual assault and child porn charges after a student came forward.

October forecast: Here's the Central Texas outlook

Recent improvement in the drought may go the other direction again as one of our wettest months looks drier.

Austin's Live Music Fund is larger than expected

Austin continues to grow a pot of funds that will support the musicians who serve as a key component of the city's more than $9 billion tourism industry which employs more than 100,000 people. Kim M

Texas aerospace company to send its second rocket into orbit

After its first attempt failed, this Cedar Park-based aerospace company is aiming again for orbit.

Small Plates: Qdoba makes a comeback, Hopdoddy owners launch a new concept and Toasted Yolk debuts in Austin

The owners of Hopdoddy are launching a new concept, and fast-casual Mexican restaurant Qdoba is returning to the Austin market. Plus, a shuffleboard venue and a Houston-based breakfast and lunch spot

South Austin gets affordable housing aimed at missing middle

The 23 townhomes will be available to purchase at prices aimed to be affordable by those making 80% of the average median family income.

Dripping Springs to let building moratorium expire on Sept. 18

The Dripping Springs City Council on Sept. 13 voted to put an end to the remaining pieces of the temporary moratorium, which was enacted in Nov. 2021 and had been extended in May as it related to the

Texas A&M is first to get Amazon's 'Just Walk Out' tech in college sports

Kyle Field in College Station, home to the Texas A&M University Aggies, is the first college venue to use "Just Walk Out" technology from Amazon.

Austin's omakase concept Sushi | Bar to open in Miami Beach

The 650-square-foot space will seat 12 patrons at a time, with three seatings each night. It will be the second restaurant for the Austin-based company.

Grant Opens to Preserve and Protect Austin’s Irreplaceable Historic Sites

The City of Austin Economic Development Department launches the Heritage Preservation Grant which promotes tourism through historic preservation and inclusive projects about Austin’s history. Herit

Next Phase of St. John Redevelopment Project Launches

City invites residents to join the discussion and share feedback   The City of Austin Economic Development Department has entered the next phase of redevelopment for the 19-acre site located at the

City Sets Out Plan to Support African American Cultural Heritage District in East Austin

Reflections by Reginald AdamsAustin Art in Public Places Mural at the African American Cultural and Heritage Facility   The City of Austin is moving ahead with plans to invest in the African America

2022 People’s Gallery Art Exhibition Highlights Abundance of Local Talent

The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces the opening of the 17th exhibition of the People’s Gallery at Austin City Hall. The exhibition will feature a wide array of painting, s

Over $1 million dollars in Public Art Commissions Open from City of Austin

The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces a quarterly schedule for public art opportunities beginning on June 7, 2022. The second quarter of the Art in Public Places’ application

May 2-6: City of Austin Celebrates Small Business Week with Virtual Trainings

AUSTIN, TEXAS – The City of Austin Economic Development Department will host a series of virtual training events to help Austin’s small businesses, creatives, cooperatives, and non-profits during

City of Austin Launches Community Navigator Program to Help Local Entities Apply for Grants and Receive Business Coaching

AUSTIN, TX – The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces the launch of the Community Navigator Program to support local businesses, non-profit organizations, and creative professio

$14.4 Million Awarded in Local Economic Recovery Funding & Programming from City of Austin

AUSTIN, TX – The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces the awards of more than $14.4 million in relief grants and services to individuals and small businesses impacted by the glo

Austin Artists Collaborate Internationally for UNESCO Creative Cities of Media Arts

City to City: PLAY! is the second edition of the innovative online collaborative project   AUSTIN, TX – The City of Austin Economic Development Department announces the second edition of the UNESC

Why WordPress 5.5 Is Breaking The Internet

We often forget... the internet is connected by a lot of software. New bugs have a way of reminding us. Why WordPress 5.5 is Breaking Sites "Thousands of WordPress sites have become broken since upda

Why Reputation Management Matters To Google And How That Affects You

In early August of 18', Google had another core update to it's algorithm.  Google likes to keep the specifics and intricacies to it's algorithm, one if it's key intellectual properties, shrouded in


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