Grisham Middle School parents say the children are forced to stand in the aisles or sometimes even sit on the floorboard of the bus.
With little chance of rain for the rest of the month, it is likely this October will be the 9th driest since 1891 in Austin.
According to an arrest warrant, the employee stole cases of Dos Equis, Modelo and Corona and resold it on social media
One in four women are the victims of domestic violence and one in seven men.
Officers can issue a blood search warrant on the spot if you refuse one.
Hundreds of high priority calls for children in danger going unanswered. Suspects caught on camera burglarizing The Oasis.
“Our lives changed in literally the blink of an eye,” said Nguyen. She was only 23 at the time, suffering a fractured skull and a broken leg…
A Central Texas restaurant known for its stunning view overlooking Lake Travis is offering a $500 reward if you can catch two burglars.
A man in his 20s died in a three-vehicle crash just south of Austin’s most dangerous intersection, Manchaca Road and Slaughter Lane.
Due to a break in a water main, WTCPUA customers between Circle Drive and the Travis-Hays County Line experienced a period of low pressure o…
The UT chapter of Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) sold baked goods to students at varying prices based on their race and gender.
A counselor for one of the alleged victims of former child psychiatrist Dr. Charles Fischer took the stand Wednesday.
The number of “boardings” is currently at about 13,000 per day on the corridor, below the 20,000 projected.
Texas is one of six states that generally prohibits guns in polling places.
There has been some confusion over what items you need when you go vote and what you don’t. Here’s a breakdown of some of the main issues cl…
Counties like Travis and Williamson are staying open until 7 p.m., in Hays County, election officials are turning voters away at 5 p.m.
The Bastrop County Sheriff’s Office says they don’t believe Jessica Brown was the intended target.
Austin firefighters say they responded at around 3:40 p.m. Officials did not say what caused the light to go off.
The city manager says the whole situation stemmed from what he called unusual circumstances.
The Department of Family and Protective Services is asking for an extra $500 million to hire more than 800 new employees.