In the years before the split, 40% of the funding raised locally went to the national office in Chicago.
The event is being hosted by Before The Call Goes Out, a group that was created to lend prayer and support to the wives of first responders.
Home 4 the Holidays was created to help provide pets with forever homes all over the globe by matching them with loving families.
Round Rock’s Chalk Walk is produced by a nonprofit arts organization and has given more than $380,000 back to the community over the years.
Area animal rescue groups brought dogs available for adoption, encouraging locals to “adopt not shop” for their next pet.
Since 1999, Komen Austin has invested more than $11 million into breast health services and educational efforts locally.
The occasion will be marked with a carnival and a travel back in time, as the school’s cafeteria is transformed with old pictures and year b…
Crews will perform a live demonstration of a vehicle extraction and McGruff the Crime Dog will give presentations.
Riders of all skill levels participated, donning their bikes, helmets and water bottles, with a $300,000 fundraising goal set.
The 50 students in the inaugural class hope to have a transformative impact on the health of Austinites and people that live in Travis Count…
The inaugural tournament is part of AISD’s ongoing community engagement efforts.
As another school year begins KXAN launches KXAN Educates, an initiative designed to provide parents and the community with perspective and …
The family-friendly event had live music, ice cream and giant games.
The annual cleanup event was started in 1994 by a team of divers and reminds people that “trash travels” and impacts the fun that can be had…
Nathan Poland has been competing in triathlons for 10 years and took home the winning medal.
This year the show hosted Chris Lambton, known for his shows “Yard Crashers” and HGTV’s “Going Yard.”
Several downtown streets were closed for the parade and for awhile after while crews cleaned up.
Adler, who has made it his mission to end veteran homelessness in Austin, was at City Hall to accept the $5,000.
Tattoos and tattoo acceptance are on the rise in America. Estimates say three in every 10 Americans now have at least one tattoo.
“It’s not really athletic competition as much as it is a community event to show solidarity and raise awareness and raise funds for these sc…