A recent outbreak in Texas has been linked back to South Padre Island during spring break.
An internal investigation revealed some former city employees disclosed information that was only known to them for some form of personal ga…
A lockdown of Hopewell Middle School and Union Hill Elementary School has been lifted.
Counselor Lisa Rogers was arrested Tuesday evening, district officials said.
Police analysis of the knife found on the attorney’s bed found a fingerprint matching Justin Twyne, according to police.
Police found 87 bags of the substance which has left dozens in the hospital.
The state has argued that much of the evidence has been “contaminated, tampered or altered,” according to the new opinion.
The biggest change in the process is the determination on whether or not a case will go to a grand jury for review.
Sen. Brian Birdwell’s proposal passed 21-10 on Tuesday but only applies in when other officials without objections can step in and issue mar…
The rail bridge at US 290 and Williamson Creek will have concrete barriers in place by rush hour Wednesday.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving is launching a campaign to bring parents and teens together to talk about the dangers of drunk driving.
Austin Parks and Recreation Department will monitor the situation to determine when the pool can reopen.
The Senate Committee unanimously voted to approve SB 693 Tuesday morning.
Up to 700 state workers are expected to rally at the State Capitol Wednesday to call on lawmakers to use the Rainy Day Fund to fund pay rais…
The pilot of a plane that landed on a road west of Llano Tuesday night is safe and received no injuries.
A Houston ISD graduate, Elegon did the math — by the end of 12th grade he’d spent 16,000 hours in a public school.
The impact of the flooding went beyond water rescues and road closures, it also left behind some significant damage to homes.
A flood warning for Blanco River in Wimberley has been cancelled, but the water will continue to rise into the night.
The hotline is supported by a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which could be cut by 18 percent.
The agreement will remain effective through September of next year.