Some neighborhoods are installing mailboxes that are more difficult to vandalize.
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The travel reimbursement system is also being simplified to take the guesswork out of budgeting for school districts.
By far, the sport with the most Olympic hopefuls from Texas is the bobsled team.
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Elizabeth Cantu says she found the shiny, gold ring at the bottom of a city pool in Port Lavaca when she was 11 or 12 years old.
The school district says the biggest challenge is getting voters to the polls to decide on the 2017 Penny Swap & Drop.
Police describe a wild scene where a fight ensued involving knives, baseball bats and pipes.
A group of teenage girls have turned their student club into a full blown non-profit to supply young women with menstrual pads.
David Kahn says it does not make sense to go with a lower bidder, while AISD says a final decision has not been made.
A man riding a bike was hit by a driver less than half a mile from his house, and left unconscious on South 1st Street Friday night.
Austin police and citizens had a good time at Reagan High School gearing up for the big neighborhood bonding event.
The rule will officially expire Sunday.
Marcus Weakly, 14, dove into a pool at an apartment complex to rescue a 4-year-old boy.
Save East Austin Schools is fighting campus closures, but trustees say it will make east Austin stronger.
Austin ISD stands behind their lead testing guidelines, and believes the water on all 130 campuses is safe.
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.
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Renee Milam says her 38-year-old brother was supposed to be under constant supervision.