The NTSB spokesperson at the Lockhart crash continues to say there is a “discontinuity” in the oversight of balloon companies and pilots.
The pilot who died in a tragic crash near Lockhart had longstanding legal issues related to alcohol, marijuana and his business, according t…
In the past week, an officers were injured while tumbling down a stairway during an arrest in which the suspect also attempted to remove his…
APD Officer Bryan Richter has been in the spotlight since video of him restraining Breaion King during a traffic stop became public July 21.
As the rates keep going up, homeowners looking for a way to save money might be enticed by a new option currently being proposed by one majo…
Wednesday morning, KXAN cameras were there as people showed up before dawn only to be turned away when the facility opened at 7:30 a.m.
Minor employees were found exposed to hazardous conditions, using dangerous equipment and working outside permitted hours
The dentist who performed the work on Daisy Lynn Torres has been suspended by his office.
An audit shows the city’s compensation division did not closely review monthly error reports, which also would have identified errors.
Plaintiff says she uses her land for farming and ranching, but she can no longer use parts of her property for those purposes, according to …
Burnet County Fire Marshal, John Erskine, said there were no chemicals at the asphalt plant that could have caused a major explosion.
A congregation in east Austin says they are fighting a deal to sell their church.
A neighborhood in central Austin says they’ve experienced three power surges in three years that have caused damage to appliances and other …
The Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas has asked a lower trial court for additional findings related to Reed’s request for DNA testing.
After changing its tracking, a new city performance review shows home zoning applications rarely get reviewed on time.
While Lake Travis floods, its sister reservoir to the north, Lake Buchanan, remains just below full, and it will stay that way for years.
Three people have died in the last two weeks on Barton Creek.
KXAN also discovered Austin’s Animal Center is actively giving dangerous dogs to Austin Pets Alive.
An ongoing city program to buyout homes in flood prone parts of South Austin has puzzled some homeowners and raised questions from a city le…
When the flow of Barton Creek gets high enough, the Austin Fire Department can ban recreational use of the water.