You’ve heard the chants to build a wall and the calls to repeal Obamacare, now President Trump is starting his new job in the Oval Office.
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If you ever wanted to go on long road trips with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, now’s your chance.
The program would take place in six yet-to-be-determined school districts in the state, if passed.
A Texas bill could require private sellers at gun shows to conduct federal background checks before allowing a buyer to purchase a firearm.
Lawsuit filed challenging the state’s requirement that aborted fetuses be buried or cremated.
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Researchers are nearing deadline for a survey of Austin ridership and the effect of Uber and Lyft’s departure from Austin.
Bastrop police are looking into the reported theft of gifts from the Bastrop Pink Santa program.
Two Austin-Travis County EMS ambulances have been stolen in the past month.
Bastrop County leaders are waiting to hear back from FEMA to see if grant money will help bring fire-fighting planes to Bastrop County.
Omar Weaver Rosales’ “demand” letters and threats of litigation are a new twist to a familiar pattern, according to a longtime attorney.
Travis County Commissioners voted Tuesday to start a so-called “John school,” which is aimed at educating men arrested for paying for sex.
A fire burned and destroyed the biggest bus for the area’s Boys and Girls Clubs this weekend.
The down time ranged from 10 minutes to nine hours while offices were open.
An Austin plan to keep clothes out of the landfill also has local charities worried and calling on the city to take action.
The signs will be lowered on all the exit ramps from Interstate 35 from Riverside Drive to US 183, as well as on 183A toll road and US 290 t…
A grant program operated by the state has awarded $8.2 million in the past year and a half to law enforcement agencies large and small for b…
The abrupt closure of T.A. Brown Elementary School because of safety concerns grabbed the attention of parents.