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Austin Mayor Steve Adler joined KXAN News Today is discuss businesses being required to make employees and customers wear masks through August 15.

Steve Adler interview

Steve Adler interview

 
Blood supply dwindles as COVID-19 cases spike

Blood supply dwindles as COVID-19 cases spike

 
First Austin 'Officer-Involved Shooting Report' shows all who were shot, died were minorities

First Austin 'Officer-Involved Shooting Report' shows all who were shot, died were minorities

 
Temporary bike lanes to be set up on Congress Avenue

Temporary bike lanes to be set up on Congress Avenue

 
When will Texas nursing homes be allowed to reopen to visitors?

When will Texas nursing homes be allowed to reopen to visitors?

 
Hutto residents host small police brutality protest

Hutto residents host small police brutality protest

 
First Austin ‘Officer-Involved Shooting Report’ shows all who were shot, died were minorities

First Austin ‘Officer-Involved Shooting Report’ shows all who were shot, died were minorities

 
REQUIRED: Austin businesses must ensure all customers, workers wear masks

REQUIRED: Austin businesses must ensure all customers, workers wear masks

 
Anna Wiernicki wraps up her conversation with President Trump

Anna Wiernicki wraps up her conversation with President Trump

 
Snake bites up during COVID-19, Texas Poison Center Network reports

Snake bites up during COVID-19, Texas Poison Center Network reports

 
Austin ISD is giving us an early snapshot of the feedback they've received from the community

Austin ISD is giving us an early snapshot of the feedback they've received from the community

 
Hays County health officials hold COVID-19 press conference for first time since March

Hays County health officials hold COVID-19 press conference for first time since March

 
Austin businesses must ensure all customers, workers wear masks

Austin businesses must ensure all customers, workers wear masks

 
Lifeguard shortage may be the reason your pool isn't open yet

Lifeguard shortage may be the reason your pool isn't open yet

 
Webworms appearing in Austin

Webworms appearing in Austin

 
COVID-19 in Texas means fire crews are fighting more than just flames

COVID-19 in Texas means fire crews are fighting more than just flames

 
The latest on Austin Public Health COVID-19 testing

The latest on Austin Public Health COVID-19 testing

 
1st-ever Austin 'Officer-Involved Shooting Report' shows all who were shot, died were minorities

1st-ever Austin 'Officer-Involved Shooting Report' shows all who were shot, died were minorities

 
Austin's 'Shop the Block' program aims to boost local businesses and keep social distancing

Austin's 'Shop the Block' program aims to boost local businesses and keep social distancing

 
Cicada killers mistaken for Asian giant hornets

Cicada killers mistaken for Asian giant hornets

 
Hays County reports record increase of new COVID-19 cases

Hays County reports record increase of new COVID-19 cases

 
Austin Public Health officials say COVID-19 cases went up 90% in the last week

Austin Public Health officials say COVID-19 cases went up 90% in the last week

 
KXAN Live News Notes for June 17

KXAN Live News Notes for June 17

 
Evictions could comes in waves after COVID-19 protections expire

Evictions could comes in waves after COVID-19 protections expire

 
Wellesley Drive house fire

Wellesley Drive house fire

 
Williamson County Commissioner condemns 'out-of-control' Sheriff Robert Chody during meeting

Williamson County Commissioner condemns 'out-of-control' Sheriff Robert Chody during meeting

 
Velocity mixed use development in southeast Austin prepares to break ground in early 2021

Velocity mixed use development in southeast Austin prepares to break ground in early 2021

 
Here's a look inside Austin's COVID-19 isolation facility

Here's a look inside Austin's COVID-19 isolation facility

 
Customers dealing with delays as local mask start-up faces growing pains

Customers dealing with delays as local mask start-up faces growing pains

 
Mayors of Texas' largest cities send letter to Abbott asking for authority to regulate face covering

Mayors of Texas' largest cities send letter to Abbott asking for authority to regulate face covering

 
It could be longer than a year for oil industry to recover from pandemic, experts say

It could be longer than a year for oil industry to recover from pandemic, experts say

 
Texas Democratic Party asks Supreme Court to hear its case on mail-in voting

Texas Democratic Party asks Supreme Court to hear its case on mail-in voting

 
Charges dropped against protester accused of hitting APD horse

Charges dropped against protester accused of hitting APD horse

 
TWC plans to reinstate work search requirements July 6

TWC plans to reinstate work search requirements July 6

 
Fredericksburg tourists return, but concerns remain with lack of masks and social distancing

Fredericksburg tourists return, but concerns remain with lack of masks and social distancing

 
Gov. Abbott says 'abundant supply of beds available' in latest COVID-19 update

Gov. Abbott says 'abundant supply of beds available' in latest COVID-19 update

 
Local leaders sign pledge to refuse political donations from police organizations

Local leaders sign pledge to refuse political donations from police organizations

 
Those who don't wear masks in Travis County facilities could face trespassing charge

Those who don't wear masks in Travis County facilities could face trespassing charge

 
Dell Medical School professor debunks 3 common myths about face masks

Dell Medical School professor debunks 3 common myths about face masks

 
'Black Austin Matters' painted on Congress Avenue downtown

'Black Austin Matters' painted on Congress Avenue downtown

 
Saturday night from the Crossroads Saloon in Fredericksburg

Saturday night from the Crossroads Saloon in Fredericksburg

 
Gov. Abbott says 'abundant supply of beds available' for COVID-19 patients

Gov. Abbott says 'abundant supply of beds available' for COVID-19 patients

 
Black Austin Matters

Black Austin Matters

 
Debunking Mask Myths - Dell Medical School

Debunking Mask Myths - Dell Medical School

 
How the visually impaired are dealing with COVID-19, social distancing

How the visually impaired are dealing with COVID-19, social distancing

 
Travis Co. Commissioners Court

Travis Co. Commissioners Court

 
If COVID-19 cases continue to rise, city may close public amenities again

If COVID-19 cases continue to rise, city may close public amenities again

 
From online dining hall orders to COVID-19 testing, local universities finalize fall plans

From online dining hall orders to COVID-19 testing, local universities finalize fall plans

 
Mayor Adler not ready to support initiative to defund APD by $100 million

Mayor Adler not ready to support initiative to defund APD by $100 million

 
Use of force being reviewed in arrest of Austin protester accused of blocking I-35 service road

Use of force being reviewed in arrest of Austin protester accused of blocking I-35 service road

 
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