According to the separation agreement, Torrez received $155,097.47, which was the remaining amount of salary and leave on his contract that …
The Texas Department of Insurance claims it can help resolve complaints against insurance companies and boasts of helping Texas consumers ge…
Off the grid and off the app. How some drivers are giving you rides without the proper permits and how some have criminal records.
The process of designing and rebuilding the damaged Bastrop State Park Lake dam has started, but it will cost millions of dollars and take y…
A company that was building high-end custom homes failed to deliver on numerous projects, leaving some homeowners without a home and hundred…
The state agency that is supposed to be monitoring dentists made its case to Texas lawmakers for money it believes is crucial to do its job.
LCRA operates six dams along the lower Colorado River, telling us it does frequent inspections.
While TxDOT keeps track of the roads it maintains and its conditions, KXAN reveals that TxDOT keeps all that safety information a secret.
Our analysis of DPS arrests in border regions showed that of the more than 32,000 arrests made since June 2014, only six percent of the arre…
The city of Austin is set to approve spending $1.7 million Thursday on the Waller Creek Tunnel Project to remove water and debris.
Currently, 28 states allow medical marijuana for a number of conditions including postpartum depression, but Texas does not.
In some cities, it takes just seconds after a shooting for police to pinpoint the location of the gunfire.
Dripping Springs appears to be inching closer to a settlement agreement with the City of Austin over a controversial state permit.
Austin Water Utility suspended a division manager Monday and placed him on disciplinary probation, following a series of critical audits.
Chief financial officer says the data doesn’t add up after employee said she was evicted and lost her car over payroll issues.
In 2015, 1,134 people contacted the OPM or the Austin Police Department’s Internal Affairs Department wishing to file a complaint.
If you ever wanted to go on long road trips with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, now’s your chance.
Now, DPS is asking for another billion to pay for the surge over the next few years.
This is all because of recent deaths and medical emergencies involving patients under anesthesia, like 14-month-old Daisy Lynn Torres.
A Travis County public utility is facing thousands of dollars in fines for environmental violations.