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.
School officials are deciding whether to punish the students who rushed the field after the Vandegrift girls’ soccer team won the state title. The story gained national attention after a police officer could be seen tripping and pushing them.
A family is searching for their dog after they sent her to the kennel but never got her back. It happened at the White Angel Animal Hospital in Lakeway.
Pflugerville ISD officials confirmed they received reports from students last week that Mark Stamp used racial slurs directed at minority students.
Austin City Council may consider next week whether to approve negotiations for a $9 million contract for the planning and design of an Austin Energy office building.
Time Warner Cable is launching a new theme-based lineup in the Austin area on Wednesday.
Check out pictures of this year’s ACL Fest performers at some of their past gigs.
Users of the smoking alternative say the city’s action is making harder for smokers to kick the habit.
The Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival kicks off its third annual event on Wednesday.
On Tuesday night, the Georgetown City Council approved limiting the lawn size of new homes being built within city limits.
The only option for many patients suffering from several types of cancer and illnesses is to travel hundreds of miles for the care they need. But some doctors in South Austin are providing a new option by performing the first bone marrow transplants in the city limits.
Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell declared his fondness for breakfast tacos in a recent Reddit “Ask Me Anything.”
Lance Armstrong’s longtime coach, Johan Bruyneel, was banned for 10 years on Tuesday for helping to organize massive doping on teams led by the disgraced cyclist.
Tuesday marked the 44th annual Earth Day. To celebrate, KXAN identified four easy things you can do in your own home to be more environmentally friendly – and save money while you’re at it.
A state’s voters are free to outlaw the use of race as a factor in college admissions, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a blow to affirmative action.