Buckingham, who is a plastic surgeon, was invited to participate in the administration’s “Women in Healthcare” panel,
It’s been 14 years since lawmakers had a direct say over how much universities could charge for tuition. That could change this year.
Officers say they suspect Garcia-Servin, the pedestrian, was intoxicated at the time of the crash.
Developers say being forced to conduct a new study could shut down the build of toll 45 and delay the South MoPac projects for years.
The proposed expansions include neighborhoods on both sides of West Hutchison Street.
The symposium “Intelligence in Defense of the Homeland” is aimed at promoting the exchange of well-informed views on critical security issue…
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office says they seized 89 cats and one dog from the R.U.G. Activity Center Animal Shelter.
Through the process of elimination paired with the HALO footage, the suspect was determined because he was not wearing long sleeves.
Austin-Travis County EMS says they’re transporting four patients from the scene.
The westbound frontage road of East Ben White Boulevard is closed while crews work on fixing the problem.
The city councilors at a Tuesday meeting approved closing six of the crossings.
City leaders are also advising parents to do a safety check on home pools. Make sure kids can’t get inside when no one is watching.
City leaders are hosting a series of public talks to find out where residents want to see new and improved sidewalks and bike lanes.
It includes more health care providers in the mediation process along with freestanding emergency rooms.
Tahjai Jackson was hit around 2:30 a.m. in the 11400 block of Burnet Road.
Austin-Travis County EMS medics treated Danny Johnson, Jr., 30, for his injuries.
Students we spoke with say knowing the people responsible are not in jail is frightening.
The bridge was washed away during the May 2016 floods.
The first half of the bill proposes an education savings account program.
A recent email from the head of the program leaked to KXAN says the program will cost $7.2 million for the upcoming school year.