Former Principal Kelli Lopez has been reported to the Texas Education Agency and now faces losing all of her certifications.
An examination by the Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office determine both men died as a result from a homicide.
The state wants the ability to refuse a refugee if the Governor does not believe they have been adequately screened.
First weekend of ACL is finally here and the weather will be on its best behavior bringing the coolest weekend forecast since spring.
The cocaine was hidden in a compartment in the truck’s front-end.
Ana Prado’s license was already suspended when she cut through a funeral procession on Sept. 1, crashing into Officer Amir Abdul-Khaliq.
A person is barricaded inside a home on the 1300 block of Cedar Avenue.
The transportation department says, this weekend, it’s all hands on deck to make sure rideshare drivers are playing by city rules.
Several area schools investigated social media threats made by people dressed as clowns or claiming to report a clown sighting in a school.
Corporal Hank Parker was at sea for more than six months, and during that time his son was born.
“We want to ensure that people genuinely know the difference between a Duncan Hines brownie and a marijuana brownie, just by looking at it.”
The financial agreement between CTRMA and TxDOT clears the way for the project to move forward.
For the most part, the signs are still the same, but this is not the first or last time they’ll move.
“Someone in the crowd yelled, ‘I could have made that. So we let him have a go.”
An app allows residents to make a variety of requests ranging from reporting a pothole to asking the library a question.
The picture has since gone viral, with calls, by some, for the student’s expulsion.
USA Today’s editorial board breaks their 34-year tradition of staying out of political endorsements to ask voters not to support Trump.