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Top Austin news: Stay-at-home orders extended to May 8; airport to receive $58M in stimulous money

Top Austin news: Stay-at-home orders extended to May 8; airport to receive $58M in stimulous money
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By Hoodline - Published on April 15, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Austin.

Austin ISD is rolling out 110 buses equipped with Wi-Fi for neighborhoods with limited online access

The Austin Independent School District says it has deployed 110 buses with Wi-Fi to neighborhoods and apartments where home internet access is least likely.

Read the full story on NPR.

As business for tenant lawyers ramps up, Austin residents are worried about paying rent

Renters who lost their jobs are worried about making ends meet and an Austin tenant lawyer said she's been taking a lot of calls about rent issues since April 1. 

Read the full story on KVUE.

Austin, Travis County extend stay-at-home orders to May 8, mandate face coverings

Austin and Travis County officials extended "Stay Home, Work Safe" orders until May 8.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

Austin airport to receive $58M in federal COVID-19 stimulus money

Passenger traffic at the airport is down at least 80% as fewer people fly because of the virus.

Read the full story on KVUE.


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