Good reminder, troopers don’t need probable cause to stop someone on the lake.
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Senate adjourned around 2:30 a.m. Thursday. House Bill 22 was the final bill discussed.
The State Senate has until midnight Wednesday to consider all of the bills that have been presented to them this session.
Travis County Commissioners have set aside $5.5 million for flood mitigation efforts in southeastern Travis County.
Tuesday night the public can provide AISD board members feedback on a proposed November bond election.
Angry and tearful lawmakers made pleas for their bills and some denounced the leadership in the state House.
All of the findings will be released during a meeting at the Carver Library Monday from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Lawmakers are looking to slash the incentive program that promotes directors and producers to bring their film, television, commercial, and …
Mobile farmer’s markets offer reduced rate local produce that can be bought with SNAP.
Texas Disposal System is launching their new Eco Academy in Central Texas elementary schools.
Capital Metro and city of Austin officials want to get commuters who travel alone to think of new options to get into work or school.
The House version of the so called bathroom bill differs from the Senate version that passed the full Senate last month.
Tuesday, city officials released the proposed zoning map that’s part of the rewrite of the land development code known as CodeNext.
City council will vote on providing an $856,000 incentive package to encourage Merck to open an information technology hub in Austin.
Up to 700 state workers are expected to rally at the State Capitol Wednesday to call on lawmakers to use the Rainy Day Fund to fund pay rais…
Several downtown streets have been closed over the past year as new reclaimed water lines were installed.
Crews with Austin-Travis County EMS traveled to Tennessee to train for flooding rescues.
The average home or property owner saw an 8 percent increase.
Congestion improvements could start as early as this fall.
The Texas Relays kick off on the University of Texas campus Wednesday as 7800 competitors come to Austin for the country’s second largest tr…