ACC is helping high school seniors figure out their next steps to higher education.
Pflugerville Animal Shelter has 10 strays, each of them with personalities the shelter needs to learn.
If you ever see something that looks suspicious on a gas pump, you need to tell a staff member, and definitely do not swipe your card.
This was one of the two items Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick demanded the Texas House pass to avoid a special session.
Fire investigators estimate that the blaze caused $75,000 in damage to the house. No one was injured.
Police said the man was discovered unresponsive at about 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Texaco station at the intersection of Lime Kiln and Post …
Many folks reached out to KXAN meteorologists today to ask what gives these clouds such a “wavy” shape?
The US 183 southbound exit to Montopolis Drive, located south of Bolm Road, will be closed and the entrance ramp to US 183 from the frontage…
Dell Seton Medical Center opened Sunday as staff transported more than 100 patients from UMC Brackenridge to the new hospital.
Central Texas first responders put on a different kind of uniform Saturday all in the name of charity.
Candidates looking to replace Paul Saldaña who resigned in April.
Students at the University of Texas called for better communication policies in response to the deadly campus stabbing earlier this month.
The state party’s executive committee will hold an election at its upcoming quarterly meeting June 3 to name an interim chair.
The UT alum told KXAN part of his advice to graduates would be, “The world needs you because the world needs changing.”
The bill now goes to Gov. Greg Abbott, who can sign or veto the bill, or allow it to become law automatically.
The proposal seeks to limit local governments’ ability to raise property taxes, which local officials oppose.
Clinical cardiologist Dr. Yan Liu was in studio this morning with some tips to keep healthy during the summer.
Want to volunteer for a good cause, but can’t decide where or when to help? That’s where JustServe.org comes in.
The run will help create a scholarship in the name of Alannah Ritch, who died last September.
Under the broad strokes of Senate Bill 8, abortion providers would have to bury or cremate fetal remains following an elective abortion.