Hungry, but don’t feel like leaving the couch? Now you can use the new UberEATS app to fulfill your cravings; delivering from 100 Austin res…
On Thursday, the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT) will formally appeal the indefinite suspension of Austin Police Offi…
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Classes will resume as regularly scheduled.
A judge lowered Wilson Molinares’ $1 million bond to $700,000.
Traffic reporter Amanda Dugan said a crash in the middle of the congestion will cause further delays at US 290 and El Rey Boulevard.
Southbound lanes of Interstate 35 has reopened in Salado at MM 285 after a FedEx truck and semi crashed sparking a fire.
The officer was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
Just before 1 a.m. Thursday morning, two pedestrians were sent to the hospital after a hit and run on Riverside.
Citing increased response times due to a larger population in Austin, AFD will ask city council for five new fire stations.
A pawn shop robbery on Congress Avenue turned into a police chase, and then a crash in South Austin.
While wiping out mosquitoes completely is likely impossible, researchers at the University of Texas at Austin are using a tool from nature t…
Back from a South by Southwest city takeover and Spring Break, Austin City Council meets Thursday to tackle an agenda dominated by zoning ca…
The search for the man and women of the year kicked off Wednesday. It’s part of a competition for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Concerns over lead found in school drinking water in New York, New Jersey and Michigan is raising questions about testing.
If you saw your rent go up last year, you could soon notice another hike.
An inspection in early March revealed live roaches, employees not properly washing their hands before handling food and improper storage of …
More than 160 complaints of harassment, retaliation and discrimination within the city, have prompted council to seek new solutions.
While the cases are all unrelated, two of the students had Xanax pills and one had a drug that treats ADHD.
The Center for Immigration said two million illegal immigrants have crossed the border into the U.S. and committed crimes.