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Texans flocked to the state’s Capitol in Austin to protest Covid-19 lockdown measures, refusing to practice social distancing and cheering for Dr. Anthony Fauci to be fired by President Donald Trump.
The 2020 South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas has been canceled due to concerns over Covid-19. Meanwhile, a major convention in Washington state, where the most US deaths have occurred, has merely been postponed.
One man has been killed and several others injured in a mass stabbing in Austin, Texas. Police tweeted that a suspect is in custody and no others are currently being sought.
A new sex-education curriculum will teach children in Austin, Texas about sexual orientation, as well as how to use prophylactics. Parents say the initiative encourages kids to engage in unhealthy and dangerous sexual activity.
Former Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals and Green Bay Packers running back Cedric Benson has been confirmed as one of two people killed in a motorcycle accident in Austin, Texas, according to reports. The sports star was 36.
A 75-year-old Catholic priest in Austin, Texas, has been arrested and charged for allegedly molesting a woman in hospice care while administering the last rites, the special prayers for Catholics who are gravely ill or dying.
The US communications regulator has shut down an Austin, Texas radio station and slapped it with a $15,000 fine for operating without a license.
The purge of historical names – Austin, Texas is this week's target – is not about liberals "fighting the legacy of slavery" while conservatives call them "virtue-signaling snowflakes." The battle goes beyond symbols or history.
Startling video footage of an Austin police officer repeatedly punching a restrained man has prompted an internal probe.