Bubble Bob is coming to town, and he has some fixing to do.
The “Jurassic Park” that CEO and creator John Hammond envisioned 22 years ago has now opened, even after the events that unfolded back in 19…
They named the dog Bucky — short for Bucket. He’s a lucky Bucky who will now spend his life with the Bohannon family.
Friends concocted an out-of-this-world stunt to land a photograph on the wall of their favorite restaurant.
Tablets have had a terrible year, and that trend is expected to continue — with the iPad as no exception.
The owner of Ferguson Market stands amid the wreckage of his store.
More than 1,700 people in Thailand dressed in elf costumes gathered outside a Bangkok mall Tuesday and managed to break the world record.
A group of beachgoers helped rescue a stranded dolphin off the coast of Sydney.
Thousands of people rallied in U.S. cities to protest a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white police officer who killed a black 18-yea…
Planning since the summer, Four Seasons pastry chefs bring Candy Land to life inside the Austin hotel.
In case you missed New York Giants’ Odell Beckham Jr.’s impressive one-handed touchdown catch, worry not. There are plenty of clips trending…
Launching throughout November, there are four original episodes in the cheeky soap opera that contributes to the spirit that keeps Austin we…
It’s the latest brainchild from the creative minds at local ad agency GSD&M, always trying to do things in a fresh, inventive way.
He had plenty of fun playing hide-and-seek in the maze — which seemed to be no match for his rambunctiousness.
News 4’s cameras rolled on a helicopter’s bird’s eye view.
Families in war-torn Afghanistan were given a rare reprieve with the opening of the country’s first amusement park in October.
A new — thinner, lighter, stronger — glass that’s poised to hit the market soon that may change the glass that’s on your smartphone or eve…
Going from megacelebrity Kim Kardashian to “Family Guy” cartoon character “Lois Griffin,” this woman does impressions of celebrities stuck i…
The viral ad agency behind tiny critters eating tiny things is back at it again: “A Tiny Hamster Thanksgiving.”
The idea is to use the jet as a place to teach students about science, technology engineering and math.