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Teacher Layoffs and Important Programs to be Cut are Safe for Now

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Teacher layoffs and important programs could be cut eventually. The Austin Independent School District leaders outlined their legislative agenda for state lawmakers. This occurred during an information session this past Monday. Moreover, the district faces steep financial challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Teacher Layoffs and Important Programs May Get an Extension of Protection For the first semester of the 2020-21 school year, ...
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Fewer Corona Virus Patients Could Lead to Larger Gatherings

AUSTIN, TX: Corona virus cases in the Austin-Travis County have dropped in recent weeks. It appears government and health officials appear to be close to easing social distancing orders. Corona Virus Admissions Have Dropped to 10 Steve Adler, the Austin mayor, who spoke at a virtual public briefing Monday, September 28th. Adler said once Travis County’s seven-day moving average of new hospital admissions for the Corona Virus drops to 10. Soon, health of ...
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Gigafactory: Tesla’s New Location Seeks Jobs


Austin, TX - Tesla's new "Gigafactory" is looking for jobs in Austin. Recently, job listings are appearing for the new factory are being posted in the largest tech-hub in Texas. The plan is to bring in over 5,000 new workers to the factory. Tesla picked Austin with a 1 billion dollar deal. The deal came about under these conditions: Ensure at least half of their workers live in Travis CountyGive some of the money the company saves on tax breaks to local ...
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Vanessa Guillén Found and Texans Meet to Talk Change

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Following the recovery of the body of Vanessa Guillén, Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia met with leaders to discuss a need for change. Authorities found Guillén's body just a week ago. She had been mutilated, burned, and buried in three separate holes. She reported facing sexual harassment prior to her disappearance. Guillén disappeared two months ago. Officials point to fellow soldier Aaron David Robinson as the suspect. Robinson admitted to his girlfriend, Cecily Aguilar, that he killed a female soldier. He confesse ...
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Stay At Home Extended For Austin

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While many cities are starting their slow-reopen process, Austin is extending its stay-at-home policy. The plan was to have the area back to business by June 15th. The ruling was decided due to a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases. With the US still facing increasing cases of COVID-19, many are continuing to play it safe. The state of Texas has been having difficulty with new spikes in cases. On Wednesday, the state reported 2,504 new cases with 33 new deaths. ...
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Macy’s Reopening Multiple Austin Locations


Macy's, one of America's most widely known mall chains, are deciding to open their doors. Stay-in-place has put quite a bit of doubt as to the issue of COVID-19. On one side, people should continue to distance themselves and stay at home, on the other, businesses need customers in order to survive. With some believing the death toll is worth their stores being open, and others believing that will further spread the virus, America has to wait. Macy's Opens With Hesitations ...
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