“General contractors and subcontractors must provide safe, sturdy and approved access for employees working so high above the ground.”
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt is hosting a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton along with co-hosts State Senator Judith Zaffirini from Lared…
If approved by the Austin City Council, the parking meters would be added over winter break.
Industry experts say only 5-10% of U.S. retailers are ready to accept chip-enabled cards.
The stolen furniture items ranged from a $2,195 dresser to a $3,990 sectional; the combined value of all of the furniture totaling $17,000.
The flyers have a headline of “T.I.E. Texas Invisible Empire” and were distributed in the Forrest Creek subdivision.
The Capital Area Council of Governments hopes to have text-to-911 up and running by June of next year.
Every home in the community comes standard with a rooftop solar system that officials say adds nothing to the purchase price.
If Judge Lee Yeakel rules to dismiss Kleinert’s case, he is immune from prosecution.
Students were evacuated from Stony Point High School after an electrical outage in the cafeteria caused a burning smell.
Students and teachers at Blackshear Elementary are celebrating after being named a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School.
If you are looking to earn some extra cash, Amazon will soon be hiring drivers in Austin to deliver packages.
The 62-year-old bicyclist was traveling northbound on 183 when he collided with a Nissan.
New numbers from the Austin Police Department shed light on the deadliest time period for drivers on Austin’s roadways.
It is the number one killer of teenagers. Not drugs. Not alcohol.
A year after a study discovered underwater plant life at Lake Austin had disappeared, researchers are finding vegetation is still struggling…
Among other things, he received a written reprimand in 2014 for boasting on Facebook about his tasing of a suicidal teenager.
The stolen items were actually recovered in 2008 but police weren’t able to connect with the owner until now.
On Tuesday, UT Austin President Greg Fenves got his flu shot to promote the university’s flu campaign.
The improvement project lasted nearly two years, causing headaches for those working and traveling on the busy roadway.