Testing the safety of our schools

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The Austin Independent School District is experiencing one of the busiest semesters officials can recall when it comes to ca…

Pedicab safety concerns keep growing

The pedicab with two passengers in the cab came barreling down a downtown Austin street approaching a stop sign on a busy weekend night.

Austin Energy thermostats may be faulty

AUSTIN (KXAN) – David Buttross lost nearly 150 tenants after hot air kept pumping into his building when air conditioners should have been o…

State’s 911 money is sometimes diverted

AUSTIN (KXAN) – When a call comes in, Bonnie Hood knows she has to rely on technology to save lives. Burleson County’s 911 system still work…

Neighbors trying to slow down drivers

AUSTIN (KXAN) – No matter what street you live on safety becomes a concern when drivers go too fast. The Dove Springs neighborhood in Southe…

Andrea Sloan pleads with BioMarin CEO

AUSTIN (KXAN) – An Austin woman locked in a bitter battle for her life reached out to the CEO of a drug company, pleading for the business t…

Pool and landscaping contractor indicted

BASTROP – A Bastrop pool and landscaping contractor was booked into the Bastrop County jail over the weekend after being charged with theft …

City refuses to repair major roads

MUSTANG RIDGE, Texas (KXAN) – A battle over who looks after aging country roads is heating up at the expense of Travis County taxpayers. Lea…

BioMarin explains reasoning in Sloan case

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Top executives of the drug-making company, BioMarin, explained to shareholders Tuesday why they have not granted Andrea Sloa…

SH 130 stretch has unsteady start

MUSTANG RIDGE, Texas (KXAN) – It was meant to ease congestion on Interstate 35 in Austin, but records show the new, southern section of the …