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The Wheels Keep on Turning: Austinites Divided on Progress of 2014 Bicycle Master Plan

The plan’s primary goal is to build a bike network that feels safe and easy to navigate for cyclists from 8 to 80 years old.

Competitive Esports Burgeoning Among Small Texas Colleges

Fielding an esports team can help colleges recruit top students in STEM fields.


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Austin’s Professional Soccer Team May Spur Increase in Youth Soccer Participation

At City of Austin, the Goal is Turning Trash into Treasure

Tackling the Challenges of Global Health

Understanding Austin’s Ambitious Transportation Plans

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Understanding the Constitutional Amendment That Would Exempt Gold from Taxation

On Nov. 5, voters will weigh in on Proposition 9, a state constitutional amendment that would exempt metals stored in the Texas Bullion Depository — the only state-backed precious metals depository in the nation — from property taxes.

Racial Politics and Economic Woes Roil an East Texas City

How the battle over an East Texas city’s economic development corporation laid bare racial fault lines in the age of Trump.

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28 Years After a Forgotten Mass Shooting in Texas, a Survivor Looks Back

Hill Country Caves Are Critical to Sustaining Above-Ground Life in Central Texas

An Undergrad Astronomy Major Helps Revolutionize Her Field