Author: Austin Chronicle
AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- At the direction of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, a Texas Senate Committee convened on Wednesday morning to examine “religious liberty protections” and the relationship between local ordinances and state and federal law.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- It's the bales of stuffed animals that elicit the gasps on the Goodwill Resource Center tours.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- Here's what you need to know in order to vote in the March 1 joint primary elections.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- The Chronicle is feelin' the Bern.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- Arro may have just closed, but 2016 is looking to be a big year for ELM Restaurant Group. Both their American concept, Irene’s, and the second Easy Tiger are slated to open later in the year.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- Geoffrey Freeman is the APD officer who shot and killed a teenager in Northeast Austin yesterday.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- Earlier this week, City Clerk Jannette Goodall reported to City Council that she and her staff had certified the petitions submitted by the coalition Ridesharing Works for Austin...
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- The state’s economic incentive program, the Texas Enterprise Fund, has come under scrutiny in the past.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- As the Chronicle reported on Sept. 4, 2015, local social media monitoring software company Snap Trends had provided a document titled "Keywords" to the Austin Police Department.
AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- A Harris County grand jury chose not to indict Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast over allegations of unlawful misconduct Monday.
The Austin Police Association filed a grievance Friday in connection to the indefinite suspension (civil service for “firing”) of Johnny...
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- It appears the simmering dispute between City Council and the transportation network companies is about to come to a boil.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- If the closure of East Side King at the Hole in the Wall left a giant ramen-shaped hole in your heart, you're now in luck.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- The man who spearheaded the drive to make the Long Center for the Performing Arts "Austin's creative home" is now leaving that home.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- One of the problems with getting away from it all is that the “all" eventually follows... Now Jester King Brewery has taken a stand to keep subdivisions at bay.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- It was kind of a buzzkill, to be honest. Glocks, holsters, camouflage, and ... turkey clubs?
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- The first recorded African-American in Austin, Texas, was, somewhat predictably, a slave.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- As 2015 draws to a close, we take a look back at our most popular stories of the year.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- What a day, what a lovely, lovely day for director George Miller.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- When Austin’s “Home of the Blues” originally opened in 1975, the first act gracing the stage wasn’t a pure bluesman – rather the Creole moanin’, accordion squeezing, “King of Zydeco” Clifton Chenier.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- You've got to hand it to these multi-billion-dollar dot-com giants for having portrayed the process as a moral struggle.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- City Council greenlighted measures to create and maintain affordable housing for low-income residents on Dec. 17.
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE -- UT Austin's working group has recommended allowing guns in classrooms. But that's not all.