Central Texas top stories for October 13, 2023. Austin Jewish community appreciates support at vulnerable time. Texas Senate approves banning private employers from requiring COVID vaccines. Austin ISD looking ahead to possible national search for superintendent. Austin makes permanent a moratorium on new downtown street events. Annular eclipse of the sun tomorrow morning. Williamson County recruiting South Korean businesses.
Central Texas top stories for October 12, 2023. School superintendents and state reps on why they oppose vouchers. Report says Austin Police can improve who they interact with people who have disabilities. Rain brings slight drought relief to areas nearby. Those white flowers are rain lilies. How some animals react to a solar eclipse. Gas prices falling faster.
Central Texas top stories for October 11, 2023. Another close call at Austin’s airport. Austin Energy is still using coal power. City of Austin could soon require more bike parking space. If you’re sniffly, it could be the high weed pollen. Texans get more time to renew Medicaid coverage. Get eclipse glasses before Saturday.
Central Texas top stories for October 10, 2023. Austin interim city manager defends police oversight appointment after promising national search. Austin mayor uses personal email for city business because he “doesn’t like Outlook”. Williamson to sue Fish and Wildlife over salamander habitat designation. Voter registration deadline today. Judge considering block to TEA campus grading change. Annular eclipse coming up this weekend.