Another 100-degree day didn’t stop folks from stepping outside and grabbing some snow cones to help beat the heat.
Central Texans exercised their free speech in a rally in downtown Austin, with some calling for President Trump’s impeachment and others def…
Firefighters said flames were coming out of the garage when they arrived. It took them less than 30 minutes to knock it down.
The penalty for violating Austin’s smoking ban is a fine up to $2,000.
Two brothers were swimming across a river in Reimers Ranch Park when one of them began struggling. One was rescued while the other went unde…
Wrangler was returned to Austin Pets Alive! on Sunday by a man who said he was handed the puppy in a park.
In the end, the multi-year prosecution and an eight-day March administrative law hearing — similar to a trial — turned up evidence that Spec…
Multiple law enforcement agencies are stepping up efforts to keep people safe on the water during the July 4 holiday week.
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office believes Justin Twyne, 24, stabbed attorney James Short, 74, to death in southwest Travis County on April…
La Porte Police are looking for Bree Manulak, 16, and think she is with River Evans, 19, who may be staying with family in the Austin area.
Thanks to some ingenuity on the part of two Cedar Park Animal Control employees, a pig and her piglets were returned to their barn Friday.
Austin’s love for tacos led the city to declare a special day at a signing party for a book on Texas tacos and the launch of a new beer.
The owner says the saddles are trophies for winning the Texas Senior Pro Rodeo Association’s Calf Roping Championship.
The program, offered through ACC’s Continuing Education Division, aims to help Spanish-speaking women increase their skills and earning pote…
The budget $25 million in grants to be available statewide starting in September.
Effective Sept. 1, 2017, Senate Bill 1183 will require statewide Blue Alerts in Texas.
A man caught on camera installing a credit card skimmer on a bank ATM. Check out that and the other top 5 videos of the week here.
Castor still has additional training ahead, but is expected to start patrol sometime in August.
Secretary of State Rolando Pablos will not, however, give the commission the last four digits of voter’s social security numbers.
Phyllis Richards reunites with the very first class of preschoolers she taught in 1948, who are now in their 70’s.