Early voting starts Monday, Oct. 23 and runs through Friday, Nov. 4.
U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-El Paso, made a campaign stop in Austin to reach Central Texas voters ahead of next year’s US Senate election.
AUSTIN (KXAN) – We’re more than a year away from the 2018 election, but attention is growing for a race many political observers see at the …
Stevie Wonder will be wrapping up the festivities on Sunday, scheduled to start his performance at 6 pm.
The Texas Advocacy Project is a non profit group that provides free legal services to people who have been victims of domestic violence, sex…
Proceeds from the event benefit the Texas Farmers’ Market Emergency fund, which assists farmers during times of environmental or personal cr…
The Domain went to the dogs on Saturday for the 10th annual Dogtoberfest.
Three years after it opened, the Boardwalk at Lady Bird Lake is making it easier for everyone to enjoy.
More than a dozen local bands greeted tens of thousands of racing fans at the Circuit of the Americas racetrack this weekend.
Police tried to make contact with the suspect for hours and finally arrested him a little after 10 p.m.
Those drawn to Austin by Formula 1 had a chance to bid on some fast wheels seized in an Alabama pill-mill case.
The Mexican government filed an amicus brief in a lawsuit brought by several major Texas cities challenging the law in federal appeals court…
In a letter to parents, the district says the student was able to safely avoid the situation and reported it to police.
Anderson says it is recommended for you to consume 20 percent of your calorie intake at breakfast which is abut 359 calories.
Police are concerned for his safety due to possible medical issues.
Police say they found her safely less than four hours after she went missing.
Trucklandia Fest is an annual food truck taste-off where street food enthusiasts purchase judging wristbands to taste foods from over 20 tru…
Love passed away last week at the age of 88. He began his broadcasting career at KTBC, at the time, Austin’s only television station.
A group of teenage girls have turned their student club into a full blown non-profit to supply young women with menstrual pads.
“It’s kind of galling that this falls to one skinny guy to keep raising the alarm,” Paul Robbins told KXAN back in August.