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Police asking for public's help finding missing 40-year-old woman

AUSTIN, Texas - The Austin Police Department (APD) is asking for the public's help finding a missing woman. Police are looking for 40-year-old Yolanda Jaimes. She was last seen on June 24 around 6 a.m. at her home in the 7000 block of Craybrough Circle. Jaimes has not contacted her...
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How Lockhart became the Central Texas destination for wine, cocktails, vintage shopping

Beautiful small-town Lockhart, once known mainly for barbecue, is becoming a Central Texas retail destination. (Chris O'Connell/MySA) It was a wrap moment the coffee shop opened. Six years ago, when Taylor Burge and her husband Austin, who had just moved from the city that bears his name to Lockhart, about 35 miles southeast, there wasn't a ton of retail action on the charming downtown courthouse square.
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10 of Austin's Best Bars

Looking for a new place to drink, dance, or eat? We got you. Whether you’re in the mood to dance the night away, catch up with friends over chili cheese fries, or sip some wine in the fresh air of an outdoor patio, here are some Best of Austin award-winning bars for whatever vibe you’re looking for.
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Lacking Closet Space? This Austin Company Has You Covered

As temperatures soar into triple digits this summer, your closet shouldn’t be cluttered with sweaters and ski boots. That’s where a new apparel storage service comes into play. Launched this year by Todd O’Neill and Chancy Kennedy, Concierge Closet picks up clothing and shoes from your home, professionally photographs them so they can be viewed on an app, and then safely stores the items until you need them returned.
AUSTIN, TX
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Summer travel in Texas expected to rise despite ongoing challenges

There are many reasons to think Austin-area families might not be particularly excited about the summer travel season this year. Soaring inflation means traveling will be more expensive than ever, COVID-19 is still a worry for many, and the Texas heat can make in-state trips less than wonderful. But despite...
AUSTIN, TX
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Austin Animal Center waiving fees, holding events to help with space crisis

Austin Animal Center has 1,081 dogs and cats in its care, including 671 pets at the shelter. Twenty-three dogs have no kennel. “We are housing dogs in crates in our conference room and we even rented an air-conditioned construction trailer to put crates in,” said Kelsey Cler, marketing and communication manager for Austin Animal Center. “Unfortunately all of those spaces are now full and our only option is to house dogs in crates outside in front of evaporation coolers.”
AUSTIN, TX
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Crown & Anchor Pub

Enjoy the reliably delicious meat or veggie burgers and great seasoned fries with any of the reasonably priced beers on tap. Celebrate one of Austin's oldest icons, the campus-area Crown & Anchor, serving up classic burgers and beers for 35 years. Neighboring businesses join in on the fun, and there'll be activities all day for the whole family, including a dog wash benefiting a local shelter, Austin Humane Society adoptable dogs (noon-3pm), a bike wash with Clown Dog and FrankenBike, tasty beer pairings with Amy's Ice Creams, and more.
AUSTIN, TX

Our Stop For Kolaches At A Texas Interstate Gas Station

It’s understandable if you’ve never heard of a kolache before. We’d never seen them before we started visiting Texas and the first ones we tried were from the local Buc-ee’s. Originally, the kolache was a Czech pastry typically with a fruit filling. Every Eastern European country...
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