KXAN met with 85-year-old Glenda Miller, who’s paid the fee for the last 20 years and didn’t have to.
Juarez called 911 to report he accidentally shot someone on Aug. 3, 2015 in the 2800 block of Lyons Road,
The county expects to exceed their 90 percent goal in the final rush to register on Tuesday.
The medical director and division chief at Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin has issued a warning to parents.
District Superintendent Dr. Royce Avery says the decision was made in an effort to move the right people to the right positions.
The department determined if no repairs were made to the pool, it would functionally fail within the next five swim seasons.
Doctors told the family the child had West Nile encephalitis, which severely attacked his brain and caused severe hemorrhaging on the brain.
Late Saturday night, Craig Williams of Austin learned his brother’s house in Cumberland County, North Carolina was filling with water.
The new system is expected to cost around $10 million and will replace a system that is 15 years old.
Austinites will be able to see the full spectrum of history from exploration, to slavery, emancipation, and achievements in art and science.
Around 8:41 a.m. police received a call to tow a vehicle that was possibly on fire.
The Austin Disaster Relief Network is partnering with local businesses to fill an 18-wheeler with items to help those hit by the hurricane b…
Grab a bottle of wine to go along with that stash of Halloween candy you’re hiding from your kids.
From Science Under the Stars to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, find out what free fun Austin has for the family this week.
Cool temperatures. Register to vote. Texas Capitol vandalized. Bodies found in crashed car.
The goal is to bring reclaimed water to downtown Austin, which conserves the water supply.
Early voting begins Oct. 24 and ends Nov. 4. Election day is Nov. 8.
Most of the businesses that line 35th Street will not be affected by the repaving project as paving will only happen before and after openin…
A group from San Diego was in Taylor this week to help with the recovery efforts
It’s been a long campaign and we’ve heard a lot but let’s look at just a few examples of Trump and Clinton misleading voters.