was a reporting fellow in 2019-20. A graduate of Texas State University, he was the editor-in-chief of The University Star, where he previously worked as a columnist, photographer and opinions editor. Carrington won a regional Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists and has worked as a digital marketing strategist for the Loud Speakers Network.
Those moves — and an unsuccessful attempt to get an injunction against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — came after a person who tested "weakly positive" for the new coronavirus was released over the weekend. Full Story
The Texas Department of Transportation will begin lease negotiations with ATX Helps, which plans to construct a large shelter on the southeast Austin property where more than 100 people reside. Some camp residents say they're concerned about the proposed changes. Full Story
Decades ago, lawmakers passed a law that was meant to fully fund Texas Parks and Wildlife, but the money never seemed to make it to the parks. Now they're asking voters to create a constitutional mandate that parks get more money. Full Story