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University of Texas history professor Alberto Martínez released details about his pending lawsuit against his employer with Austonia, revealing a more thorough look into the events that led to him taking action against the university.

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More young people might be moving to central Texas after finding out Austin is one of the best college towns in the country.

A new report from WalletHub ranks Austin at #2 for 2021's best college towns in America.

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Austin ISD considers delaying first day of school, extending virtual classes

The Austin Independent School Board is considering pushing back the first day of school to Sept. 8 and applying for eight weeks of virtual-only classes, citing "local health conditions" and the fact that COVID-19 disproportionately affects Hispanics, who represent a third of teachers and more than half of the district's students.

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Gov. Greg Abbott stresses local school officials "know best" whether schools should reopen

By Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune

Gov. Greg Abbott stressed Tuesday that only local school boards, not local governments, have the power to decide how to open schools this fall during the coronavirus pandemic.

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