“I remember seeing a car, I remember seeing it swerving, I remember it coming towards us,” Kristian Guerrero said.
A study is underway to do that in the Thoroughbred Farms neighborhood, and whatever it uncovers will impact the future of the people who cal…
An 18-year-old pulled the boy out of the pool and performed CPR on Saturday with the help of a staff member.
A silver alert has been cancelled after Larry Richard Leggett, 71, was found safe and unharmed in Lott, Texas.
The 1,700 foot retaining wall was supposed to be done in June, but all the rain delayed the project three months.
Three decades before Haruka Weiser’s murder, there was Rosalind Robison, another UT student abducted while walking on campus at night.
At one point, someone in the car aimed what appeared to be a handgun at the officers, the sheriff’s office said.
Parks and Recreation says the Austin Police Department is patrolling the area, but it’s a big park and we didn’t see any officers Wednesday.
City Council Member Sheri Gallo downplayed the significance of the meeting, saying it was strictly to meet the company’s new public policy d…
AISD has spent more than a year working on a suggestion from parents to make bus tracking information public.
Police say a car was driving at a high rate of speed when the driver lost control, hit a fire hydrant and rolled onto the side of a truck.
Find out how you can help aid the relief efforts as the death toll rises to 11.
The business plans to hire 25 employees for sales position in the first year.
Gymnastic gyms are seeing an increase in enrollment after the Final Five dominated women’s gymnastics.
APD has extended the No Refusal DWI enforcement initiative starting from Aug. 9 to Sept. 6 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. each day.
One lane has been shut down between 38th and 45th streets after heavy rains washed away some of the pavement.
Next year’s budget is calling for 33 new officers; more than half of those positions would be filled by officers who are currently working d…
The Gay Softball World Series is in Austin for the first time, but has been greeted by heavy rainfall impacting the games.
Meteorologist David Yeomans says it will take very little rainfall to trigger dangerous flash flooding today.
Clydell Willis wasn’t suppose to be on a bus route that fateful day, but he ended up saving dozens of people from flood waters back in Octob…