Columbus Crew not coming to Austin, no ruling yet on sick leave, river agency fought economic analysis for years


In the latest move after months of feints and pivots, MLS announced over the weekend that buyers have stepped forward to keep the Crew in Columbus, a move that would get the franchise out from under a lawsuit brought by the state of Ohio and the city of Columbus.

Attorneys for the City of Austin asked the Texas 3rd Court of Appeals Wednesday morning to lift its injunction blocking a paid sick leave ordinance, passed in February, from going into effect.

When U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced early this month it was halting an expected $33.5 million payment toward its share of the Trinity River Vision project in Fort Worth, local officials said it was because the money had been spent elsewhere due to severe storms in the last two years.


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