Residents in a South Austin neighborhood say they’re concerned homelessness is getting worse in their backyards.
Texas Lottery officials said technical issues caused some woes for those trying to buy last minute Powerball tickets Wednesday night.
Officers organized an event for police, firefighters, paramedics and other community members to meet with the Islamic Center of Round Rock.
Holley Kitchen died Tuesday following a battle with cancer that started when she was diagnosed in 2012.
Officer Christopher Van Buren will have to go through a 90-day suspension.
The nighttime closures are scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday night.
The month of February will be a one-month grace period in which violators will be issued warnings instead of tickets.
In the past few months, four current students and two former students from Hays CISD have died.
A committee is considering a pilot program to place public toilets in heavily trafficked areas of downtown Austin.
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services tells KXAN it’s investigating allegations of staff acting inappropriately around chil…
The court of appeals declined Wednesday to rule on the merits of the appeal from 52-year-old Paul Devoe, saying only the appeal was improper…
Attempting to overthrow recent ridesharing restrictions, Austinites are signing a new petition.
The president of General Motors sees a future with self-driving taxi cabs in Austin.
Investigation launched after allegations that UT student athletes were not given academic assistance.
An Austin man has been charged with a felony for the actions of his two dogs.
The City of Austin says the change wasn’t their doing, but the sign will stay up for a few more days.
Simply Safety store will provide cost-effective safety devices made for families.
Powerball jackpot sits at a record breaking $1.5 billion.
Austin Police believe alcohol was a major factor in the crash.
Wednesday, a committee will discuss whether to make it mandatory for people to spay or neuter their cats and dogs in Austin.