Austin Police confirm the crash happened around 2:21 a.m. at the corner of Barton Springs Road and Kinney Avenue.
A new law is helping Texans get every penny out of their gift cards, one of the most requested gifts during the holiday.
Until now, businesses have only needed a 30.06 sign to make it illegal to carry a concealed gun inside. But now they need another sign, a 30…
The center will stay open until Jan. 15, 2016.
A report showing the district’s 10-year outlook shows the student population will decline annually for the next 10 years by 6,100 students.
The department says that Deaton was internally disciplined, but that he would not face a formal suspension or unpaid time off.
Austin-Travis County EMS say the incident happened at 1:45 p.m. at Burnet Road and W. North Loop Boulevard.
People driving through Round Rock only have to deal with red light cameras for a few more days.
The lawsuit claims the ordinance is legally invalid because “general law” cities in Texas have no constitutional authority to enact ordinanc…
Ethan Couch received the light sentence after his attorneys said he suffered from “affluenza,” which drew widespread ridicule.
Natural Pawz donated five new oxygen mask kits for saving pets in case of a fire.
Footage showed a man wearing a miniskirt started a fire in the middle of a Cedar Park bank.
The driver of the truck, 46-year-old Christopher Nunnallee, of Houston, was arrested and charged with reckless driving.
Dozens of unclaimed luggage have been sitting at the Austin airport due to diverted flights from over the weekend.
NYE celebrations start Thursday at 4p.m.
Thousands of structures, mostly homes, were destroyed by tornadoes in North Texas the day after Christmas.
The Holiday No Refusal in Austin ends on Sunday, Jan. 3.
Whole Foods said Monday it will pay New York City $500,000 to settle allegations it overcharged customers for prepackaged foods.
ATX Safer Streets, Austin Music People and an organization called TechNet are trying to gather 30,000 petition signatures to get the City Co…
Several agencies are taking donations for the victims of the North Texas tornadoes.