The area of southeastern Williamson County received anywhere from 5-7″ of rain early Wednesday morning.
Thousands of people are waking up to a blackout in their homes early Wednesday morning as power outages have been widespread throughout Cent…
Roadway washed out after heavy storms.
The crash caused enough damage that neither fire crews nor the Texas Gas meter technician could fix it.
Over the last several months, we’ve received complaints from some veterans confused about a program meant to give them access to tollways fo…
A continuous flow intersection shifts left-turning traffic to the outer edges of the road.
Congress Avenue, between E. Riverside and E. Cesar Chavez will be closed from 9-11 a.m. on Monday.
Austin Police are investigating the fourth crash involving a pedestrian in as many days, after a man was hit and killed early Monday morning…
Two adults and one child injured in three separate auto-pedestrian crashes in Austin over the weekend.
A large group of protesters marched through downtown Austin on Friday evening, shutting down the Congress Avenue Bridge and access to Inters…
44 percent people who died in crashes in Texas in 2013 were not wearing a seat belt.
Authorities are warning drivers to be prepared for heavy delays Friday along the procession route.
The project, which includes lane closures for east and westbound traffic, is expected to take about three weeks.
The passenger in the driver’s vehicle died when he struck another vehicle from behind.
Construction on this stretch of roadway in Northwest Austin started in April 2014.
The person was reportedly grazed by the bus while getting off, and the person ended up refusing EMS treatment when crews got there.
Crews working the MoPac Improvement Project want to keep you moving, and there is some roadside assistance you can take advantage of.
The pipe broke between Houston Street and Lawnmont Avenue.
It happened at Guadalupe and West Fifth streets.
It happened at 8:30 a.m. on MoPac near Fifth Street.