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The parent company of the Austin American-Statesman is reportedly asking some employees to accept voluntary buyouts.

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The Austin Film Society launched a new at-home streaming service, AFS@home.

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Thirty years after Stevie Ray Vaughan's death, Austin City Limits will honor the Texas musician with a new hour-long special.

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Robert F. Smith, the billionaire investor who pledged to pay off the student debt of Morehouse College's graduating class last year, has reached a $140 million settlement with the U.S. Justice Department in one of "the largest known agreements by a U.S. taxpayer to resolve issues involving undeclared offshore accounts," the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

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Austin police and city leaders say they are preparing for November protests as the city steels itself for an election that has wrought tension at the highest levels of national government.

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Digital billboard in Michigan.

Up to 85 digital commercial billboards could light up the skies all over nature-loving, small-business-owning Austin after a decades-old ban on the bright, flashy signs was recently found by a court to be unconstitutional.

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In response to an avalanche of postponed major films, Cineworld Group, parent company of Regal Cinemas, announced it will suspend operations at all U.S. locations after having reopened in August. This decision will close four Austin locations.

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Former UT tennis coach Michael Center completes his prison sentence and is released from halfway house.

Former University of Texas men's tennis coach Michael Center was released from a Texas halfway house on Friday, where he finished a six-month federal prison sentence for falsely designating a wealthy West Coast student as a Longhorns recruit.

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