Currently in Austin, 14.5 percent of the population lives at or below the poverty line.
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So far, detectives confirm they’ve connected seven cases to the teens charged.
This year the legislature is overhauling CPS including more dollars to increase case workers’ salaries and hiring more people.
Patients and hospital staff at Seton are concerned about reports the hospital network of computer systems may be compromised.
Forever Bicycles will open to the public on June 3.
During the span of a few weeks, the teenagers are accused of carjacking five people around Austin.
Off the streets she’s known as NinjaKat, an aspiring American Ninja Warrior.
The school’s vice president says they have a simple explanation for when they lost sight of the child.
In the robberies, the man enters the store, displays a gun and demands money from a register.
The district said the students consumed the item and one ended up in the hospital.
Officers say there’s a simple way to gauge if you’re three feet from a cyclist.
James, a 1-year-old Pyrenees mix, was found in Bastrop County, shot in the neck, and in so much pain he couldn’t stand up.
In 2015, the ceremony was canceled due to weather. News of possible rain this weekend has some graduates scrambling for a Plan B.
Three young black women all were reported missing in the span of a few weeks during the spring of 1976. Austin police are still searching fo…
Attorney General Ken Paxton says he has proof officials in Travis County will put up a legal fight against SB4.
Abbott signed the sanctuary cities ban into law Sunday night in a rare Facebook Live.
At the city level, council members say they’re discussing legal options to put a stop to SB4.
The suspect, identified as 21-year-old Kendrex J. White, was armed with a “Bowie-style” hunting knife, police say.
A recent survey by the college shows 55 percent of students, staff and faculty oppose campus carry.
Looking at the toddler, you’d never know she had major heart surgery days ago.