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Construction workers are emerging as a group likely to test positive for COVID-19, the Statesman reports.

The ABJ says Ryan Companies is moving forward with its 41-story, 545,000-square-foot downtown office tower. ($)

There are privacy tradeoffs with COVID-19 contract tracing apps for mobile phones, reporters at the AP write.

The state waived some fees and regulations for oil and gas, according to KUT, but once again chose not to cut production.

In case you forgot Mother's Day is Sunday, Austin Monthly has eight last-minute gift ideas from local brands.

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