A senior at Austin High School, who has dyslexia, is hoping his new word will catch on.
Less than a week after arrests were made from people breaking into cars in Buda, the crimes continue. Some victims say they’re fed up with t…
Hundreds of thousands of protesters joined nationwide demonstrations calling for adoption of global environmental controls.
Wimberley High School football team makes it to quarterfinals as a show of strength that their city can overcome any tragedy.
The tree will be lit on Sunday, Nov. 29.
The Travis County’s Brown Santa program is extending its deadline for applicants.
The festival will be five days of community events with free business coaching.
Safety is top of mind this time of year when shoppers can be especially vulnerable.
Whether you’re out shopping or doing it from home, there’s always the risk of your car being broken into. This is the feeding season for thi…
The meeting will be to discuss new body camera legislation, share highlights of their planned policy, and answer community questions.
Neighbors in a Southwest Austin neighborhood are concerned after they say at least two homes were burglarized in the past two weeks.
The Army has released the identities of four crew members who were killed when their helicopter crashed during a routine training exercise a…
The flooding from October damaged electrical outlets at the park but the city and festival organizers are working together to make sure the …
In 2008, Hamza Deyaf put his Olympic goals on hold to focus on his entrepreneurial career, but he’s now aiming for the 2016 Summer Olympics.
From squirming children, to lights and the location, taking the perfect holiday picture can be tricky.
Mayor Steve Adler, and Austin City Council Member Leslie Pool and Travis County Commissioner Brigid Shea are getting ready to head to Paris …
The Austin Animal Center wants you to avoid the holiday rush and add a member to your family instead.