The LIVESTRONG foundation suffered declining donations after Lance Armstrong admitted doping, but CEO Doug Ulman says they are focused on rebuilding and serving those who depend on them.
You expect to be safe at the park, but a jurisdiction loophole could create an unhealthy situation in Downtown Austin.
Top Texas leaders are accusing the federal government of trying to seize property they say belongs to local cattle ranchers, a dispute that involves the same agency currently embroiled in an armed standoff over land in Nevada.
While some students, parents and teachers don’t support Texas’ standardized tests, others believe the state is making the right choice using the STAAR tests.
A burglar in South Austin struck a family’s home three weeks ago, and then came back for more. The second time they caught it all on camera.
A Nevada rancher who became a conservative folk hero for standing up to the government in a fight over grazing rights lost some of his staunch defenders Thursday after wondering aloud whether blacks might have had it better under slavery.
With a group of student and staff protesting a new Shared Services plan, the University of Texas insists the proposal is not a case of outsourcing.
Waterfront views in Central Austin demand top dollar, and starting on Thursday the city is hosting an event to make sure competing interests don’t cost Austinites access to Lady Bird Lake.
A group of Texas lawmakers considering whether to impeach University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall is meeting Thursday to review a report on his efforts to oust Austin campus president Bill Powers.
Top aides to Gov. Rick Perry say it would be unwise for the next Texas governor to uproot lucrative economic development programs that have stirred growing discontent among Republicans.
Cedar Park City Council members planned to discuss Thursday whether or not they should regulate electronic cigarettes.
A Texas appeals court has rejected Lance Armstrong’s attempts to block an arbitration panel from reviewing $12 million in bonuses paid to him by a company that wants its money back.
The man taking over control of Austin schools kicked off his new job Thursday with a classroom visit.
Austin is getting closer to having widespread one gigabit per second Internet speeds, and some of those behind the services believe it could lead to changes in the way Austinites work.
It’s taken 20 years to put the Urban Forestry Plan in place, but now the City of Austin has a new way of managing its green space. City council approved the plan in March.