ACL Cashless is back along with some new ways to pay with your mobile phone.
The rest of the hearing will focus on Charles Kleinert’s role in the shooting death of Larry Jackson Jr. and whether he stepped out of bound…
The house of nightmare fuel is celebrating their 13th year of scaring Austinites by raising awareness for bully awareness month.
A new ordinance begins today requiring all large businesses and apartment complexes to provide recycling.
According to the National Library Association, this week is Banned Books Week.
While some are concerned about the potential for mass shootings, others are voicing concerns about suicide among college students.
Despite studies cited by the artificial turf industry, some critics continue to raise questions about the safety of some popular fields.
Katie Dailey doesn’t want her little sister to be just another statistic
The draft report states increased gridlock will occur nationwide unless changes are made soon.
Lehmberg says she will evaluate funding options and work through the issues
A Texas mother is accused of abandoning her five children after police found them starving and filthy, with one baby near death.
The University of Texas is preparing to hear the public’s opinion on whether or not they should regulate the upcoming concealed carry law.
Since the city of Georgetown implemented its own EMS, Williamson County EMS is reassigning services to smaller cities in the county.
With UT football, ACL and COTA on the way, trauma surgeons prepare for the worst case scenario
A Mexican national, Coreas was also wanted for Continued Sexual Assault of a child in Dallas
While the suspect was convicted in 2008 for a sex offense, police say he is the current subject of an ongoing Dallas area police investigati…
“General contractors and subcontractors must provide safe, sturdy and approved access for employees working so high above the ground.”
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt is hosting a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton along with co-hosts State Senator Judith Zaffirini from Lared…
If approved by the Austin City Council, the parking meters would be added over winter break.
Industry experts say only 5-10% of U.S. retailers are ready to accept chip-enabled cards.