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The city says, if approved, the cameras will not be used to help police write tickets for traffic violations or red-light runners.
More than 90 percent of work zone accidents last year ended with the driver being injured.
Each call has to be investigated on its own merit. If someone hangs up, dispatchers are required to call them back.
Currently, the TEA only has a handful of investigators dedicated to probe inappropriate relationships between teachers and students.
At least 400 Pre-K students will not go to class for the next few days.
The report also offers a long list of recommendations that include ways to make housing more affordable for low-income, minority families.
University of Texas police say they are seeing a slight uptick in aggressive panhandling cases.
The Texas Alliance for Health Care, a group of healthcare providers and workers, plans to visit state lawmakers Friday.
City leaders are also advising parents to do a safety check on home pools. Make sure kids can’t get inside when no one is watching.
In 2016, the number of tech jobs in Texas totaled nearly 600,000. That’s second in the nation, only behind California.
A trick roper, two-stepping lessons and live music go hand-in-hand with the biscuits and gravy, the brisket tacos, doughnuts and pancakes.
For 44 years, East Austin’s “The Villager” newspaper has been free of charge.
Ada Anderson’s hidden history is one that’s almost unscathed by the ills of segregation and racism, all because of a simple lesson.
Experts say vouchers to private school will only cost some parents more in the long run.
Experts believe this will make sure that DNA labs are following the most “current and consistent” practices in the industry.
Supporters of the CPS bill say they have to act fast, as more than 100 children died in the state’s care last year.
The mayor points out the credit mainly helps low-income families pay their groceries and other bills, putting money back in our local econom…
In the last year, Austin has had more than 1,400 hazmat situations on the roads but does not keep track of the ones that happen during the r…