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Why is it hard to create enough affordable housing?
The story of Austin's attempt to build one home for a low-income family in a wealthy neighborhood sheds light on the answer.
As Austin bars open again, owners try to balance revenue and safety
Texas saloons and bars have lost at least $600 million since the pandemic forced them to shut down.
SXSW films to stream on Amazon without a paywall
For some filmmakers, the exposure could be a boon. But there may be financial downsides.
A month after SXSW cancellation, Austin businesses still assessing damage
One hostel owner is trying to stay positive, but he knows he's in for continued tough times.
When it comes to companies expanding, it's apples to oranges
Apple announced Thursday that it’s planning to build a new $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas, less than a mile from its existing campus. The company says it will also build new sites in three West Coast cities. The company says it’s on track to add 20,000 jobs in the next five years. We couldn’t […]
Apple to spend $1 billion on Austin campus
The new campus will be on a 133-acre plot located within 1 mile of the current facility.
A long quest in Texas for a better voting machine
Want confidence in an election? Stick to paper.
Lyft and Uber say they’re leaving Austin
The ride-hailing companies lose on an expensive campaign to stop a safety measure. It's a fight they'll have to take up in other cities as well.
Austin votes on fingerprinting for rideshare drivers
The Texas city wants tougher background checks for ride share companies.
Local Money: Austin wrestles with its homeless problem
The conversation sparked after the murder of a University of Texas undergraduate by a homeless man