If you ever see something that looks suspicious on a gas pump, you need to tell a staff member, and definitely do not swipe your card.
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The mayor said private money coming from the Austin Parks Foundation and the Austin Trail Foundation will be paying for the project.
KXAN Investigates learned the company, Rayvi Transport, was operating without a permit.
The penalty for violating the city’s smoking ban is a fine of up to $2,000.
Right now, 10 states and hundreds of cities have banned e-cigs in the same areas where smoking is already prohibited.
The Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau is pushing for what could be a $600 million expansion.
The project will transform the corridor many people use to get to and from the airport into an expressway with three lanes in each direction…
Industry leaders say they’re actually missing out on a lot of money because the center is too small.
Attorney Paul Guinn told KXAN he has not been contacted by the district attorney’s office or APD regarding any results.
Here’s a quick rundown of some of Thursday’s top city council agenda items.
A Spanish speaker who identified herself as the suspect’s mother called 911 and said her son had a fight with his girlfriend.
Many know Canton, Texas as the place where a large antique-type shopping center is setup on the first Monday of every month.
The National Weather Service has released a preliminary report on four tornadoes which touched down on Saturday in East Texas.
Officials have confirmed four people are dead and two are still missing.
Last Friday, April 21, Mendez said his department mishandled an investigation into the possible sex assault of a 4-year-old student.
For more than a year now, some of the tenants at Cross Creek Apartments have been showering in portable units on the complex’s tennis court.
The crash happened around 2:30 a.m. on Farm to Market 963 approximately 3 miles north of Oakalla.
In anticipation of Austin’s new $125 million library scheduled to open this fall, the city wants to address homelessness at public libraries…