The Fight to Save “Black Austin”

Gentrification Taking Its Toll on Historically Black Neighborhoods and Communities AUSTIN- In his open address to the world, Austin Mayor Steve Adler describes his city...

Tarnished Badges

Trouble Call Turns Ugly Involving 14-year Old Black Girl & Raises Issues of Police Trust “Protecting the Alamo City” is more than just a slogan...

TWC Awards $5 Million in Career Training Grants to 26 Colleges and ISDs

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has awarded 26 grants totaling $5 million to public community and technical colleges and independent school districts for programs...

Message To The People A Story Of Malcolm

The Malcolm X documentary that you have to see. “Usually when people get sad, they don’t do anything. They just cry over their condition. But...

LARGEST PRIVATELY HELD COMPANY IN THE STATE OF TEXAS SURPASSES 100,000 PARTNER MILESTONE

(SAN ANTONIO, TX) — Today, H-E-B announced the growth of its Partner (employee) population across Texas and Mexico totaling over 100,000, confirming its position...

SMU APPOINTS ELENA D. HICKS DEAN OF UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION

DALLAS (SMU) – After an extensive national search, SMU announces the appointment of Elena D. Hicks as the new dean of undergraduate admission. Hicks,...

H-E-B helps Texans get a healthy start on the New Year with seventh annual...

(SAN ANTONIO) — H-E-B has named 28 community members and Partners (employees) from across Texas to participate in the seventh annual 2016 Slim Down...

NYPD Deputy Commissioner Headlines 19th Anniversary Luncheon

Greater Austin Crime Commission recognizes Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo AUSTIN, TEXAS -  John J. Miller, deputy commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism at the New...

Greater Austin Crime Commission 15th Annual 9/11 Memorial Honoring Central Texas First Responders

Featured Speaker Lawrence Wright Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11 Friday, September 9, 2016 The Austin Club Second Floor 110 East...

Travis County saves taxpayer money with bond refinancing

To save Travis County taxpayer dollars and capitalize on historically low interest rates, Travis County refinanced bonds to provide more than $12 million in...