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Google leased office space in downtown Austin in 2019.

Chances are, if you moved to Austin in the past two years, it was probably for a tech job.

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Halloween season is rapidly coming to a close but there is still time to celebrate. Austin is making the most out of the holiday with themed cookies, cakes, coffee, cocktails and more. If you're not too scared, you might still have time to try them all.

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Rainey Street Residences is a 48-story, 409-unit apartment complex proposed at the corner of Rainey and River streets.

Two original Rainey Street bungalows, home to longtime bars Craft Pride and Javelina, could be replaced by a proposed 48-floor apartment complex.

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Capital Metro is making sure people can get to the polls to vote this year.

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The future of Hancock Golf Course in Central Austin has drawn strong neighborhood interest.

Two virtual community meetings scheduled Monday and Thursday about the future of Hancock Golf Course have been canceled because too many people signed up to attend.

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Austin's self-made millionaire Kendra Scott turned the city skyline yellow this week in celebration of her "Shark Tank" debut.

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There's something deliciously creepy and thrilling about metaphysical events that defy explanation, but I also love stories with a strong historical narrative. Austin's best-known haunted bars fit this description perfectly.

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The Zilker Holiday Tree will adorn the park yet again this holiday season near the site of this year's first drive-thru Trail of Lights.

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