Beyond a black tarp surrounding the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, a memorial has been created to remember lives lost.
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Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church Pastor Frank Pomeroy led the sermon and said, “Rather than choose darkness … we choose life.”
Kevin Jordan was changing his vehicle’s oil and listening to the kids playing outside First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs when he hea…
Two state lawmakers are trying to halt a proposed solid waste facility from moving near some neighborhoods and a future school.
Customers said Bow Tie Roofing Systems signed contracts after some hail storms going back to more than a year, but work never started.
New safety requirements include better warnings printed on the tubs with information about drowning and falling, among other things.
Concussions are keeping girls out of games much longer than boys. A new study says girls take longer to heal from a brain injury.
Runners using the Lady Bird trails say safety improvements need to be made, especially after three attacks in the past month.
It’s a drug that gripping the suburbia but experts say the crisis isn’t addressing the problem head-on.
A spokesperson with the city of Austin said a city attorney expressed a willingness to continue settlement discussions.
Currently, 28 states allow medical marijuana for a number of conditions including postpartum depression, but Texas does not.
UT says it will only ask for a waiver if the university considers the position critical, including public safety.
He said the parking permit he requested was first come, but then about two months ago he noticed that there was another requirement.
The University of Texas has 110 and faculty who are citizens of the seven countries affected by the travel ban.
Dr. Corpuz believes the recent cold snap may be to blame.
The families say they’ve found mailboxes open and searched in south Austin and packages disappearing.
Police are warning drivers to avoid the area, after previously encouraging people who are employed downtown to work from home Friday.
A leadership institute is coming to Austin aimed to improve education in Texas classrooms.
When there is a report of intentional damage to property that is in progress or just occurred, officers will be dispatched to respond to the…
During six home games this past year, more than $3.1 million was brought in from alcohol sales.