Some neighbors are starting to feel the impact a growing city and growing business can have on the area.
The Latino museum is reportedly one of just a handful in the United States.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office says the northbound lanes are closed at mile marker 275, near County Road 305.
Austin issued substantially more hands-free ordinance citations in the last four months of 2017 than violations DPS issued statewide.
The victim was found near the railroad tracks early Friday morning.
Connie Castillo and Jeanette Bell share a similar feeling: If it wasn’t for civil legal aid services, they don’t know what they would do.
With a routine scan, retina surgeon Dr. Jose Agustin Martinez can determine if a patient is healthy, has diabetes or high cholesterol.
There’s a new push to make the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter “no-kill,” meaning it would save and adopt out 90% or more of its animals.
It’s part of an outreach program from the Texas Association of Business called “March Matters.”
Chimene Onyeri is accused of orchestrating the 2015 assassination attempt of Travis County District Court Judge Julie Kocurek.
Video sent to KXAN shows officers with their guns drawn on Interstate 35 yelling at a suspect to “keep your hands in the air!”
The Travis County DA says her department’s Juvenile Division hasn’t necessarily charged any of the students but they’re reviewing the cases.
A high school student who relies on a wheelchair every day is stuck using one on the brink of breaking.
On Thursday, the day of the threat, the school had a 94 percent attendance rate.
Natanaell Bardales, 18 was shot to death in a drive-by shooting on April 2, 2016, as he was standing outside of a Kyle home.
The situation is unfolding in a Montopolis neighborhood.
Ariel Alex Ramirez-Navarro faces a terroristic threat charge, which is a third-degree felony. His bail is set at $15,000.
A new charter school in central Texas is taking a different approach to fundraising, one that doesn’t rely on selling candy bars or wrapping…
Students at Anderson High School and Bailey Middle School plan to walkout for 17 minutes Friday.
The center said it’s a time when it’s critical to allocate more resources toward fighting threats in schools.