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Basements are common in other parts of the country. So why not here? Is it the rock? The flooding? Nope.
For decades, Aqua Fest was an annual celebration in Austin. Then, it stopped. One ATXplained listener wanted to know why.
Join us on Friday, September 21 at 7 p.m. at the Texas Union Theater on the UT campus. Details and tickets (they’re free) are right here.
The operators of the MoPac tolls lanes say the “goal” is 45 mph — so what happens if it doesn’t meet that goal?
State and city efforts to preserve views of the Texas Capitol have led to some oddly-shaped buildings in downtown Austin.
Interstate Highway 35 is many things to many people. It is a vital thoroughfare for commerce and shipping. It is also an economic and social barrier through much of Austin. And nearly from its construction, it has been a source of frustration for drivers stuck in its traffic. I-35 has inspired a number of questions…
There’s a new building in Austin that’s drawing a lot of attention. And there are a couple of doors — yes, doors — in that building that are getting some funny looks. Several people asked about them for our ATXplained project. KUT’s Audrey McGlinchy investigated.
This is a story about feelings. And how you translate those feelings into something real. Read more.
The city bought this property 8 years ago, but since then, it’s just been vacant.
There’s a bunch of island cities in South Austin. How did it get that way?