Nearly one-third of LGBT people of color ages 45 and older reported that their ability to pay for household goods...
A new study from the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law conducted in collaboration with the Point Foundation, the nation’s largest LGBTQ scholarship fund, finds...
Updates include guidance for those who are fully vaccinated
A district judge denied a request for a temporary block of the mask mandates in Austin and Travis County sought by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Austin Public Health urges the public to continue taking the precautions that have helped our community.
The change, which comes as the seven-day average of new coronavirus deaths remains above 200, will go into effect March 10.
Masking, social distancing, and handwashing remains critical.
Protective measures and vaccine still effective against COVID-19 variants
Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Andy Brown sought to restrict dine-in food and beverage service both indoors and outdoors from 10:30 PM to...
A judge ruled Austin and Travis County can restrict on-site dining overnight from Thursday until Sunday. Gov. Greg Abbott says restaurants should ignore the curfew.