CAMPO’s long-range plan to add four new toll lanes, as well as a double-decker bridge over Lady Bird Lake, brought several concerns from peo…
A new system in place to watch over kids near Lake Travis uses science to save lives when it comes to detecting lightning.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler wants the tax break for Austinites who own and live in their home.
School, city and YMCA leaders in Round Rock are exploring the idea of building an indoor aquatics facility.
The family of a woman who died following a slip and fall has sued the Williamson County nursing home where the incident occurred.
Texas’ chief law enforcement official called Snoop Dogg a “dope smoking cop hater” before reprimanding a state trooper who posed for a pictu…
Whole Foods is planning to open a new chain of stores that courts millennials with lower prices as it faces intensifying competition as a pu…
Students and instructors who may have come into contact with the infected student will be directly notified by University Health Services.
UT Cockrell School of Engineering researchers are using robotic technology to make the journey for stroke survivors a little easier.
Teen pregnancies across the United States have declined almost every year for the past two decades, but Texas and Travis County numbers rema…
In Austin, there are 14,000 intersections, which means the COA’s sign department is always busy.
STAR Flight is under a limited operation plan.
She was stuck in the water for nearly two hours as rescuers worked to get to her.
Police issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for an alleged child molester named Gordon Babyruth Brewer, also known as “Pig.”
For the past two years, area agencies have been trying to implement a text to 911 system but the process keeps getting delayed.
Bill created to protect children from online predators now heads to governor’s desk.
Cameron Gott allegedly had more than 50 people’s identifying information in a purse, including debit cards, checks, mail and property tax in…
The woman witnessed a motorist driving into a section of roadway covered with water. Things quickly got worse.
We hear about Austin’s growth all the time, and that’s why community leaders want to take a proactive approach to keep up with the challenge…
Xander Christou is only in 7th grade and he is already making a difference in his community.