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.
The list of victims is 340 and growing. They were the targets of mail thieves striking in upscale communities across Travis, and now, Hays County.
The City of Austin could decide to purchase more homes as a result of floods damaging and destroying hundreds of them in October.
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.
You expect to be safe at the park, but a jurisdiction loophole could create an unhealthy situation in Downtown Austin.
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.
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.
Several high schools in Central Texas are ranked in the top 500 by US News & World Report.
Former Maryland center Shaquille Cleare has signed to play the rest of his college basketball for Texas.
In the depths of the Gulf of Mexico, camera-laden undersea robots are exploring several mysterious shipwrecks from the early 1800s. This expedition is partially sponsored by scientists at Texas State University.
Cedar Park City Council members planned to discuss Thursday whether or not they should regulate electronic cigarettes.
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.
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.
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.