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Austin’s sobriety center is drawing closer to expected opening in spring of 2018.
Austin groups look to address overcrowding, drug use for the homeless downtown through a new program.
While police were responding to the scene of the accident, they received a phone call from Hernandez’s girlfriend who reported the car stole…
Homeless people must enroll for ARCH case management to receive free meals starting Aug. 15.
The woman was near Pflugerville Lake around 10 p.m. when she said a man came up and grabbed her.
Austin community groups want input and more oversight for local police.
A mother whose son was killed in March is still looking for answers about how her son died.
The Austin man murdered Wednesday night was a well known Austin businessman and property owner.
Undocumented students in Austin head back to school facing questions about the future of the DACA program
Students were notified through an email Monday that the Pavilion apartments were not ready yet and still under construction.
The Austin-area is expected to get more than 2,200 new IT jobs in the next four years.
UT researchers say over 300,000 people in Texas are trafficking victims, and many have also been involved in the smuggling process.
Durant surprised a group of 40 students from the school who were invited to a basketball clinic.
Moore said he appreciates how the 10 percent rule at UT Austin brings a very diverse range of students from all around Texas.
The Texas Department of Public Safety says the two-vehicle crash happened around 1:45 p.m. Friday on SH 71 near Albert Brown Drive.
Soto has had 15 surgeries over the past month including a leg amputation.
People who live within a mile of a crude oil spill in Bastrop County can return to their homes after an evacuation Thursday.
Austin senior citizens learning to preserve their memories through writing.
The ban will be in place for the next 90 days.