There are 17 students on the bus, according to EMS officials.
Easier access to the Internet these days means easier access to threats for our children
Supporters of Larry Jackson Jr. protested Tuesday night, calling on a judge to stop delaying the trial of former Austin Police Det. Charles …
Six people and eight pets are currently being monitored after coming into contact with the dog, but the state health department is still try…
Emergency crews were investigating a potential explosive found at ABIA, but the item ended up being a box of computer parts.
A company planning to build a concrete batch plant is suing some of its opponents, saying they’re making false statements and defaming the c…
When you need help, you expect law enforcement to get there fast. But the Travis County Sheriff’s Office says their response time is getting…
COTA along with Live Nation announced on Tuesday the concert will be postponed to Sunday, March 29, 2015,
Five of the 19 surviving dogs have already been adopted and two more are now looking for a new home.
A Republican lawmaker from Longview has filed a bill that says marijuana should be legal in Texas.
Court documents released Tuesday revealed new details in the shooting death of 34-year-old Ali Khan. His wife, Nancy, is charged with tamper…
The University of Texas Athletic Department has seen changes in many high profile positions in the last year and a half, but the latest chan…
The thick fog prompted the Federal Aviation Administration issued a ground stop at the airport, and no inbound flights were allowed to land.
The group says the hacks are in response to a Texas State student who says a police officer assaulted her in 2013.
Antone’s will make Downtown Austin its home yet again — just blocks away from the original location.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, Chair of the Senate Committee on Education Sen. Larry Taylor and other senators laid out their plan for Texas schools.
A rollover crash in the 4800 block of FM 2222 sent two people to the hospital and had multiple EMS crews responding to the situation.
Investigators say the driver who hit the bus may not have been paying attention at the time.
On Tuesday, students from across the Austin Metro area will be on the grounds of the State Capitol exploring the final frontier of space.
Students in Round Rock can use what’s probably already in their pocket — a cellphone — to battle bullying in their hallways.