"In Austin we build bridges, not walls," said Mayor Steve Adler.
Atlanta, Austin and Boston are among the favorites to seal the multi-billion dollar contract.
The man can be heard yelling, "They punching me!" as the officers yell, "Put your hands behind your back!"
The free services will be provided at clinics across Texas until the end of September.
"Confederate monuments have become symbols of modern white supremacy and neo-Nazism," the college's president said.
Fire departments in the United States and United Kingdom are increasingly using unmanned aircraft.
On Monday, the attorney general threatened to cut Department of Justice grants to the cities.
The president of the University of Texas at Austin called the results of the survey a "wake-up call."
Musicians from the Muslim-majority nations in Trump's original executive order combat bigotry and xenophobia on stage.
Sean Spicer rejects any link between Trump and the shooting. But we all know that's not true, the author writes.
The university president called the display "deeply disturbing and hurtful," and students say they plan to meet with school officials.
Supporters of allowing guns on campus say the university's restrictions go too far and might violate the law.
The court will review a case involving the University of Texas that it first considered in 2012.
Highlights and disappointments from the second full day of the South by Southwest music festival.
The first night and full day of music in Austin has been refreshingly focused on rising talent.
A marketing stunt designed to promote a new film has some Austin Tinder users swiping right—on a robot.