Dr. Andew Fox was terminated from his position after posting to his personal blog that men should not be competing in women’s sports.
Saturday’s event features drag queens who have posted sexually explicit images and videos on their social media pages.
Only after receiving national exposure and ridicule did the City of Austin cancel a race-segregated training program for its employees.
UT’s director of the Center for Leadership and Learning, Brandelyn Flunder, said the university is “working diligently to find an alternative home” for the graduations.
Art Acevedo’s withdrawal from the role follows fierce public backlash from across the political spectrum.
Interim City Manager Jesus Garza is hiring former Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo for a new assistant city manager position to help oversee and advise the police department.
Following staffing shortages and rising crime, Mayor Kirk Watson says he wants to come to an agreement with the Austin Police Association.
The “anti-police king” asked for additional patrols in his neighborhood.
Pro-Palestine protests are continuing to take place in Austin, Texas, demanding a ceasefire between Gaza and the state of Israel.
Isaiah Xavier Smith’s employment has since been terminated by the school district.
One of Leander ISD’s top officials is a Chief of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Texas GOP Chairman Matt Rinaldi is questioning where Texas Democrats stand on the Israel-Palestine Conflict
The University of Austin says its mission is to guarantee “intellectual freedom” and protect against “discrimination and indoctrination.”
An examination of allegations at Round Rock and Dallas school districts.
Multiple administrators and teachers from Austin schools were exposed saying they still implement DEI and CRT principles in their lessons.
Delia Garza said the additional caseload slows down the processing of all cases.
Travis County joins Ellis, Dallas, Williamson, and El Paso counties in calling on Gov. Abbott to add the Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Freedom Act to a special session call.
A professor is accusing UT officials of retaliating against him for criticizing their use of “public funds for ideological indoctrination.”
“Even if you are cautious & follow all the safety advice, you may still become the unfortunate victim of a robbery,” said the Austin Police Department.
The request comes one day after the city’s homeless strategy officer resigned.
Texas Public Policy Foundation discovered the district spent more than $8,000 and is raising questions over whether part of it was taxpayer money.
Public safety advocates criticize the city for being unable to hire and retain law enforcement.
The parade featured Austin ISD and the Austin Police Department, as well as being sponsored by the University of Texas’ Division of Diversity and Community Engagement.
RRISD administrators claim this instructive “gender identity” presentation has “never been part of any district-wide professional development.”
Detransitioners focused on how radical gender ideology has negatively impacted womanhood.