While many spent the morning with eyes glues to the TV, watching the swearing-in of the nations 45th president — others chose to keep their…
An Austin Water Utility manager is being disciplined after three tough audits of the utility’s communications office that found alleged favo…
Police say the father would not consent to blood tests for drugs or alcohol.
She served the city for approximately 25 years. Her last day with the city of Pflugerville was Friday.
Sally Hernandez issued her policy Friday that prohibits deputies and jailers from inquiring about someone’s immigration status.
The Llano County Sheriff’s Office notified Blanco County authorities Friday morning that Byrne had turned himself in.
EMS were called to the scene, north of the intersection of State Highway 45 and FM 620, and pronounced him deceased at 3:03 p.m.
Police are warning drivers to avoid the area, after previously encouraging people who are employed downtown to work from home Friday.
Texas Supreme Court will hear a Houston case that top conservatives hope will let the state limit the impact of 2015’s federal legalization …
The two-month-old baby girl was found with more than two-dozen broken bones throughout her body, including pelvis and multiple ribs.
William Michael Bryars is accused of stabbing his mother and beating her with a hammer.
South by Southwest is rapidly approaching and organizers are calling on Austinites to help.
The Refuge gives female victims of trafficking a safe place to heal and recover.
She had sexual relationships with two Westlake High School students. One of them she met at summer camp, the other at a ministry program.
A photo sent by AFD showed what appeared to be flames under a manhole.
The collapse prompted emergency evacuations of tenants living in 23 units at the Aspect Apartments.
The march is not meant to be anti-Trump, but rather a platform for them to show they are watching.
The school says the U.S. Department of Education has been conducting a review of the institution.
Fluoride had been in the surface water portion of Buda’s water supply from 2002 up until November 2015.
The report suggests some of Austin’s biggest and most iconic events could take a hit if the Texas Privacy Act passes.