It is unclear what event was taking place or what food was served, but posts on Facebook appeared to indicate a wedding was being held.
The crash happened around 12:30 a.m. on South Lamar Boulevard at Montclaire Street.
Austin-Travis County EMS said at least one of the cars caught on fire.
Impact Texas fills backpacks to help families at Title 1 schools, in affordable housing and also military families.
After a successful test run, Cedar Park will now offer free Wi-Fi in Elizabeth Milburn Park — one of the city’s busiest parks.
The event put on by Austin’s Girlstart featured a mini-planetarium, a gravity plane creation and the ever-so popular fluffy slime.
Black Tree, a local self-defense training company, wants students to prepare to start classes in a different way.
Several congressman, including Austin’s Lloyd Doggett, are questioning plans for a section of border wall through a wildlife refuge.
The owner of a bakery said construction in front of his business cut his sales in half the past few months, but a recent Uber ride changed t…
Texas politicians and party officials mourn the loss of former Gov. Mark White, who died Saturday in Houston.
His wife Linda Gale White said he died Saturday in Houston. The 43rd governor of Texas took office in 1983.
Dr. Dennington says any concerns decision whether or not to vaccinate should be made after a conversation with your doctor. Watch the interv…
Hundreds of people gathered at Lady Bird Lake to cheer on 17,000 rubber ducks as they raced from the Ann Richards Bridge.
The $1.1 million grant program, made possible by Maddie’s Fund, launched six months ago.
A deadly kidnapping that started at a central Austin H-E-B was the top video on KXAN.com this week.
The man who shot the dog tells KXAN he and his son were both bitten by one of their neighbor’s dog on the same day last year.
Debra Reiding was found sexually assaulted and strangled in her south Austin apartment on Jan. 22, 1979.
The Impact Texas Young Drivers (ITYD) course will be required for certain drivers beginning Sept. 1.
The graduating class included four women and six military veterans.
With a large sand box and interactive projector overhead, Simtable simulates the area’s landscape using real-world data.