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National Night Out

This is a Great Way to get out and meet your neighbors and help reduce crime in your neighborhood......... National Night Out is a great opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to partner up against crime. We invite you to attend the event, meet your neighbors and commit to helping law enforcement reduce crime in your community. This ...

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Haunted Austin

Haunted Austin Posted on October 5, 2015 by Guest Blogger If you’re looking for a good ghost story, not only does Austin have some ghoulish ones to tell, the city is also full of festive ways to celebrate Halloween. Many of Austin’s paranormal experiences are not limited to All Hallows’ Eve, but can be enjoyed any time ...

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Things to do in Austin September 2015

Kids are back in school but there are still many things to do in September in this great city Austin Texas.   Here are a few of our favorite events going on this September in Austin: Event Location / Time Website Date Out of Bounds Comedy Festival Venues and times vary www.outofboundscomedy.com Sept 1 - 7 Slipknot Austin 360 Amphitheate ...

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  • Judge: Stubb's can keep its small restaurants open — for now 21 Oct 2016 20:07:02 +0000

    The maker of Stubb's barbecue sauces suffered a setback Friday in its trademark lawsuit against Stubb's Bar-B-Q, an iconic music venue and restaurant in Austin's Red River Cultural District. The lawsuit, filed by One World Foods against Stubb's restaurant in December 2015, centers on the restaurant's expansion of Stubb's-branded barbecue restaurant service to two new locations, one at Lala's Little Nugget — a bar — the other at Graceland Grocery, a convenience store and gas station west of Austin…

  • A Trump hotel in Austin? NYT says his name could top tower near Capitol 21 Oct 2016 19:56:37 +0000

    Could Donald Trump really be behind a plan to build a 33-story hotel in downtown Austin, just a stone's throw from the Texas State Capitol? That's what we wondered as we read this Thursday story by the New York Times, which said a developer is seeking Chinese investment to build the $130 million, 277-room Mirabeau Trump Hotel. Chinese investors were indeed touring the town recently and committed to about $300 million worth of investments to undisclosed projects. The Times warns that it's unclear…

  • Here's how many Austinites still don't have internet access; push is on to get them connected 21 Oct 2016 19:50:47 +0000

    There are still about 55,000 adult Austinites without internet access, and city leaders are renewing the push to get them online. About 44 percent of the laggards have no interest at all in getting connected, leaving about 30,800 truly in the digital lurch. What’s a city to do? Austin has what’s called a Digital Inclusion Program, and the second phase of its Digital Empowerment Community of Austin initiative just got started. “Austin has the resources, knowledge and expertise to address…

  • Austin unemployment rate continues to creep higher 21 Oct 2016 19:40:06 +0000

    Austin's unadjusted jobless rate is still tied for the lowest among Texas metros but it increased slightly compared to a year ago, according to new numbers from the Texas Workforce Commission. In its September jobs report, TWC said Austin had a 3.5 percent unemployment rate, up two-tenths of a percent from September 2015 when the region saw an unadjusted unemployment rate of 3.3 percent. Austin's combined labor force stood at 1.1 million workers, up 300,000 from a year ago, with 1.07 million currently…

  • Massive cyber attack affects ABJ website, others such as Twitter, Spotify 21 Oct 2016 18:47:11 +0000

    If you've had trouble accessing the Austin Business Journal website today, you're not alone. A major cyberattack on New Hampshire-based software company Dyn affected our web page as well as those for some of the internet's best-known brands, such as Twitter, Spotify and Reddit. Dyn, which offers managed domain name system (DNS) and email delivery services, said in a statement on its website that it suffered a denial-of-service attack on its Dyn Managed DNS infrastructure. The attacks typically…

  • Health officials investigate Whole Foods after employee contracts hepatitis 21 Oct 2016 13:12:17 +0000

    Whole Foods Market Inc. is dealing with a health scare in Detroit that caused its stock to briefly dip Thursday. Health officials in Michigan's largest city are looking into one of the Austin-based company's stores after an employee in the prepared-foods department said he had contracted hepatitis A, according to the Wall Street Journal. Whole Foods informed the Detroit Health Department about the incident and "began reviewing food logs and safety procedures," the company said in a statement. Health…

  • See how much money Texans gave to Trump, Clinton campaigns and where candidates have most support in state 21 Oct 2016 13:08:08 +0000

    Editor's note: Explore the database at the bottom of this story to see which Austinites are putting their money into federal elections. If individual donations to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are a harbinger of what’s to come Nov. 8, then this year’s presidential election could go down as one of the most lopsided contests in history. Federal election data show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the presidency generated roughly $184.7 million in individual donations from residents of…

  • Controversial Austin mixed-use project wins first OK from Council; hurried negotiations continue behind scenes 21 Oct 2016 13:01:36 +0000

    Whether it sends a message or not, Austin City Council, as expected, gave “placeholder” approval Thursday to a controversial rezoning that could pave the way for a dense mixed-use development near the intersection of 45th Street and Bull Creek Road in Central Austin — with some caveats. The developer, ARG Bull Creek Ltd., has serious reservations about amendments to the rezoning request. It has threatened to scrap current plans for the Grove at Shoal Creek and instead proceed with a standard…

  • Big week for Dell family: Adam Dell unveils AI-powered personal finance app 21 Oct 2016 12:55:50 +0000

    Adam Dell is no stranger to the startup world. The entrepreneur launched email management service MessageOne, which he sold to Dell Inc. - founded by his brother, Michael - in 2008 for $155 million, as well as data management shop Buzzsaw, acquired by Autodesk in 2001 for $15 million. With his third and latest endeavor, Dell wants to help everyone save their cash. New York-based Clarity Money, which Dell launched Thursday, wants to be the go-to financial advice tool for mobile users. The service,…

  • Huge potential Central Texas investments emerge from Chinese summit in Austin 20 Oct 2016 19:54:46 +0000

    Hundreds of millions of dollars in investment have tentatively been secured for Central Texas projects as a result of the Texas-China Investment Summit held last week in Austin, event organizers disclosed Thursday. According to David Wallace, chief operating officer at Angelou Economics, the Austin economic consultancy that helped organize the event, five local projects have signed memorandums of understanding with a single Chinese investor representing a potential $300 million investment. Neither…

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