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Parents also play a crucial role in swimming safety.
In the retail meets e-commerce stunner, consumers should get ready for a complete rebrand of the traditional supermarket.
For some individuals, the fans they are gifted are a lifeline.
For first time home buyers like Caitlin Intrator, the number seems a bit daunting.
Currently, Hutto has no rules regulating where a sex offender can live. A big problem for the new police chief, Byron Frankland.
Loans are available up to $35,000 per applicant and start at a 2 percent interest rate, but are variable.
With the warmer season already hitting Central Texas, the officers know what to look out for.
The city says the proposal will require new businesses (music venues, residential and hotel development) moving into the area to be responsi…
It’s been a month since a young woman’s life was changed in an instant when she was hit by a car in northwest Austin.
Travis Audubon has called on members of the public to document what, they deem, a cruel practice.
Williamson County District Attorney, Shawn Dick says he received “credible evidence” to investigate the case.
This year, a special bike will be there — a 1992 Harley Davidson Softail Springer.
Doctors say the toddler had injuries consistent with being shaken.
When someone disputes their property taxes, they usually expect the appraisal amount to be lowered or stay the same.
There’s trouble brewing in the Texas craft beer business.
There is a growing pilot shortage nationwide. Boeing estimates more than 500,000 new pilots will be needed globally over the next 20 years.
The test initiative was using existing resources to determine the effectiveness of the program, now the extra money can help keep those posi…
“I had a dream. It showed my face and I thought maybe it was possible I could have done it, but I didn’t remember doing it myself.”
While airport officials say they have made sure people know where to go, other travelers say they need to do more.