Austin ISD stands behind their lead testing guidelines, and believes the water on all 130 campuses is safe.
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Parents say their children should not have to cross Anderson Mill Road alone in the morning.
Students will be enjoying more than 19,000 square feet of additional space which includes the latest tools and technology.
KXAN pays a visit to Winn Elementary, LBJ High School and Rosedale School.
This week’s Going For the Gold story features a fairly new pairs figure skating couple, Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc, training in the heart…
Renee Milam says her 38-year-old brother was supposed to be under constant supervision.
The Bastrop ISD campus is using new technology to award points to students when they’re caught doing something good.
Typically, the massive C-47 Bluebonnet Belle only comes out of its hangar in Burnet for air shows.
He says the school as it stands is not equipped to provide his 4-year-old the assistance she needs to stay healthy.
City officials plan on turning the Austin Convention Center into a mega shelter.
They’re opponents on the field, but Friday football players, cheerleaders and parents from several high schools jumped into action.
On Aug. 10, the Cedar Park city council voted to move forward with an independent review of its police department.
Seton Healthcare officials say they are now using virtual care to connect with Registered Nurses and treat students in Austin ISD schools.
Construction crews will be working through the weekend to complete the space for the new Information Technologies Career Launch program star…
The district is urging students to step away from the bus and make eye contact with the bus driver before they cross.
Campus police found the UT staff member sitting on top of the suspect, holding him down at a bus stop along “The Drag” on Guadalupe Street.
The Red River Cultural District highlights a dozen musicians with deep roots in Austin who went onto work with artists like Elvis Presley.
The executive session agenda item includes looking at training, policies and procedures within the Cedar Park Police Department.
The victim claims as soon as he touched the business card, he went into some type of a drugged trance.
The man who shot the dog tells KXAN he and his son were both bitten by one of their neighbor’s dog on the same day last year.