Private colleges and universities can opt out of the law, with Texas Christian University being the first major private school to make that …
One person was injured in a shooting in North Austin on Friday afternoon.
All UIL high schools will have access to the robotics pilot project. The program will have two divisions.
The sheriff’s office began diving Thursday morning and discovered the body the following morning.
A closure was expected Sunday but TxDOT says it has been delayed.
Austin Water says the problem was caused by an air compressor inserting too much air into the water at one of the water treatment plants.
In the week and a half since Thanksgiving, students have been buying gifts—everything from jeans to bedding and footballs—for more than 65 f…
An audit done this spring revealed the Austin Animal Center was overcrowded and that calls in the field were taking too long to field.
Law enforcement agencies are currently conducting a building sweep and a district spokesperson says they expect to let students and faculty …
KXAN has obtained a memo outlining an additional suspension of VonTrey Clark, a former Austin police officer facing a capital murder charge …
Rental properties end up on the code violation list for receiving multiple health and safety complaints.
The source of the gas smell in South Austin has been determined by the Texas Gas Company to be from an oil refinery in Luling.
Mike Kanin weighs in on tax incentive vote and gives an in-depth look at two major issues Austin council members will consider next week.
An AISD officer is injured following a crash involving a motorist who allegedly ran a stop sign.
Since June 1, 2014, Austin Police say more than three dozen cases have been reported.
If you’re looking for some things to do with the family this weekend, our partners at Free Fun in Austin have these ideas for you.
Austin City County unanimously approved a zoning ordinance Thursday, that will help pave the way for more desperately needed affordable hous…
Chanukah, also called the Festival of Lights, has been celebrated for more than 2,000 years.
According to Texas department of public safety, there are over a 176,000 criminal immigrants that have been booked into jails between 2011 a…
What was done to him is something that he will never forget, but it is also something he cannot remember.