Just a click can help the Pflugerville Police Department’s K-9 team grow by putting them a step closer to winning a $5,000 grant.
Police say the suspect confessed to an FBI agent she robbed the bank because she needed money getting her boyfriend out of jail.
The controversial display had three of the Founding Fathers next to the Statue of Liberty standing over the Bill of Rights in a manger.
The woman claims the car was parked in front of her home when the driver proceeded to sexually assault her.
President Trump and Congressional Republicans are considering getting rid of local and state tax deductions.
Alva Joe Gwinn of Fort Hood had a trial date set for Nov. 6.
On Monday, the group announced the current artists that have been rescheduled.
Bryan Canchola is charged with murder in the beating death of his boyfriend.
Police say the shooting happened outside an apartment at the Twin Lakes Villas located at 2917 Hunter Rd.
The program can help drivers fix minor issues, support first responders at crash scenes, remove roadway debris and tow minor crashes away fr…
Obama is scheduled to speak at 12:35 p.m. Tuesday in what organizers describe as a moderated conversation.
Thirty-six cities, including Austin, Los Angeles and San Francisco, already have similar bans on mass breeding operations.
The collision happened around 5:58 a.m. at E. Stassney Lane and Nuckols Crossing Road.
Travis Early College High School seeing success with a mentorship program established during the Obama Administration.
Dell Medical School is bringing a new type of patient care through their new specialty health clinics in Austin.
New safety requirements include better warnings printed on the tubs with information about drowning and falling, among other things.
New Austinite Sean Young has a hand in a new company whisking visitors around town to locations seen in three iconic Austin-filmed movies.
People adopted 41 dogs and 58 cats, said Cheryl Schneider, the shelter’s director. An additional seven dogs were placed in foster homes.
The ramp will be closed starting at 9 p.m. Sunday. A new ramp is scheduled to open on Monday, Oct. 30.
Each year, MuckFest organizers choose a number of cities to host their run. This is the first year they’ve chosen Austin.