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Few Austinites Are Flocking to the City’s $75 Chicken Coop Rebate

Nearly a year into the program, only 14 people have received the rebates, which were designed to encourage chicken keeping to help reduce landfill waste.

UT Grapples with How to Improve Its Process for Reporting Sexual Harassment

Changes are underway to expand ways to report incidents and raise awareness of university resources for victims.

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Austin School Board Begins Process of Changing Confederate Names of 5 Campuses

Prayer or Possibility? Abbott Wants Texas-Texas A&M Football Rematch

Reforestation Experts Help Restore a Wild Blanco River

Georgetown’s Flag Display to Honor Heroes Amid Debate on Symbols

Boat Party Businesses Make Splash to help Rockport’s Harvey Recovery

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Aziz Ansari’s #MeToo Moment Spurs Debate About His Relationships Book

‘Modern Romance’ is required reading for 2 University of Texas classes. Students disagree about whether the allegations against him should disqualify the 2016 book.

Austin Women Are Underrepresented in Nonprofit Executive Ranks

Female CEOs at Austin-area nonprofits make far less money than men in similar positions, according to an analysis by Reporting Texas.

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The Banned: Stories of Austin Immigrants Affected by the Trump Order

Disability Community in Travis County Grapples with Parking Abuse

Shooting Competition Attracts More Texans, including Women, Juniors

Women’s Marchers Seek Signs the Movement Has Staying Power

49 Years a Trapper: Childhood Hobby Became a Man’s Lifelong Passion