Courtney Murray’s 2012 death was ruled a suicide but her family doesn’t believe she took her own life, and they don’t think law enforcement did enough digging. The family started their own investigation and their efforts led KXAN to look further into Murray’s death.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas and other organizations are hearing from a central Texas community after a school resource officer used a Taser on a high school student last year.
Amber Heard, Rising Star of the Year honoree from Austin’s St. Michael’s Academy, had her fiance Johnny Depp in tow.
On the heels of some lawmakers asking for tougher oversight on charter schools, one of the largest charter schools in the state is breaking ground on a new facility spanning 10 acres.
Nearly eight years after Roxanne Paltauf disappeared, Austin Police and the FBI conducted a concentrated search Thursday in a brushy area just blocks away from where she was last seen.
Defense attorneys for the Austin woman accused of setting her husband on fire will make their case tomorrow.
Lady Gaga will bring hordes of her “little monsters” to a South by Southwest show on March 13.
The Austin Police Department says thieves are target public streets, shopping malls, hotels, apartment complexes, hike & bike trails, hospitals, large parking facilities and residential driveways.
High stakes over Hispanic voters shifted the governor’s race Thursday to the Texas-Mexico border, where Democrats defended Wendy Davis’ humbling losses in party strongholds to an obscure primary challenger who barely campaigned.
State Highway 29 in Georgetown is blocked in both directions while authorities work a two-vehicle crash.
Surveillance video from the bank showed a forklift approaching the machine, ripping it off the ground, then lifting it up and driving away.
Republicans vying for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016 auditioned Thursday before some of the nation’s most ardent conservative leaders, calling for the party to unite behind a clear agenda and draw contrasts with Democrats.
A Williamson County Sheriff’s deputy who conducted a traffic stop along IH-35 in Jarrell on Wednesday morning discovered more than 300 pounds of marijuana in a vehicle.
For the first time since the 1920s, an Austin tradition may get the axe because of the weather.
After calling the Second Street District home for only eight months, Toy Joy will officially close its doors on Sunday night.