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Pearl Lantana Apartments is one of many apartment complexes around town without running water due to plumbing issues. (Laura Figi/Austonia)

The last night Stephanie Landgraf, 25, spent in her apartment, off of Rundberg Lane, was on Valentine's Day. First, her power went off, only to return shortly after the complex lost water. Since then, she's been staying with friends. "There's no end in sight," she told Austonia. "At this point, I'm just angry."

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Mexican free-tail bats in the Austin skyline

The long-term damage caused by Winter Storm Uri is becoming more and more evident, and Austin's bat population is no exception.

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The city has reopened the Barton Springs Pool after shutting it down during the winter storm.

Austinites can shake off their winter boots and take a dip at two reopened city pools, the city of Austin announced.

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In early February, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk told fellow Texas transplant Joe Rogan that Austin was the "biggest boomtown that America has seen in half a century."

Days later, thousands across the city had no access to running water or power as Winter Storm Uri devastated the region.

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