Austin police are investigating a “smack cam” case in which a teenage boy hit a 16-year-old girl in the face – all in the name of a YouTube video.
Critics of University of Texas President Bill Powers have made donations to the campaigns of two members of a legislative committee that is investigating an anti-Powers UT System regent, according to campaign finance reports.
At least three people, including a 10-year-old, have been arrested in connection with a string of burglaries in Southeast Austin.
A new study out Wednesday shows there were 2.4 million absences from school last year in Central Texas, costing local districts a total of $91 million in lost revenue from the state.
The 1964 World’s Fair was held in Queens, New York City, and opened on April 22, 1964. it was dedicated to “Man’s Achievement on a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe.”
Time Warner Cable is launching a new theme-based lineup in the Austin area on Wednesday.
A burglar is caught on camera breaking into a North Austin home, with two people asleep inside and unaware. It happened in the Ridge at Scofield Farms neighborhood early Monday morning.
The Lower Colorado River Authority wants to increase water rates on cities and farmers.
The “Honeymoon Effect” is in fact a real thing, according to a recent scientific study.
If searchers do find the wreckage of MH370, its data recorders could end up in a laboratory in a nondescript government building in the Australian capital Canberra.
Loch Ness Monster aficionados are going crazy over a recent discovery that can only be seen on Apple Map’s satellite imagery – Nessie herself.
A Central Texas medical supply operator has been sentenced to 11 years in federal prison in a nearly $3.4 million health care fraud scheme.
The Shoal Creek Restoration Project, which will extend the bike path and create more field space on the Shoal Creek Corridor from 15th to 28th Street, will begin construction on Monday.
This is even more awesome to watch when it’s synced to music — the beat bursting into balls and waves of flames.
Engineers at Japanese electronics company Hitachi say they’ve developed the world’s fastest elevator.