There will be a memorial observance Thursday evening for the one year anniversary of the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.
KXAN News got the first look at the truck burglary suspect Robert Trevino was driving the night he was killed during what police say was a jewelry store break-in.
Texas State University scientists are part of a command center watching live underwater cameras exploring four shipwrecks sunken in the Gulf of Mexico.
Jeff Tobola recorded this with his cell phone as he was heading home from work and heard the city’s fertilizer plant was on fire one year ago.
The Austin City Council will consider passing a resolution aimed at eliminating housing discrimination based on a prospective renter’s source of income or use of Section 8 vouchers.
South Texas border officials are relying on a new program to reduce the amount of time travelers must wait before entering the U.S.
As a woman walks out carrying her prescription pain medication, the man attacks her and tries to get her pills.
Five men from Mexico have pleaded guilty to conspiracy and firearms charges stemming from a human smuggling operation that held 115 people captive in a small Houston house.
For the first time in several years, Police Chief Art Acevedo is publicly talking about taking a fresh look at the failings at the city’s 911 call center.
The Sustainable Food Center of Austin will receive an award for providing access to healthy, affordable food to children and adults from the People’s Community Clinic.
Highland Resources announced plans for a four-story mixed-use redevelopment project on the corner of 38th Street and North Lamar Boulevard, where the Lamar Village Shopping Center currently stands.
A ferry carrying 462 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea’s southern coast.
A sea lion journeyed up a California river until he found himself a good 100-mile drive from the Pacific Ocean.
The deck is reportedly 1,000 feet up, so using a crane was out of the question, and Wired says the building’s tall spire rules out lowering the car from a helicopter.
It started in 1965 when the Kraft family put up 35 eggs on the tree, and they haven’t stopped making special, one-of-a-kind eggs for the tree since then.