AAA said they plan on assisting 360,000 travelers across the country in need of roadside during the Thanksgiving weekend.
After last months floods, survivors and fire crews are preparing for another round of rain.
On Tuesday, the Texas Water Development Board is set to consider authorizing $6.8 million in emergency funding for a network of stream gauge…
Police say 20-year-old Kendall McDowell is responsible for burglarizing vehicles in the Silverado and Spring Branch neighborhoods.
Austin police are now investigating the case as a homicide.
A Round Rock High School student is getting ready to be on national television, doing something she’s always dreamed of, in front of million…
Two 17-year-olds along with a juvenile were arrested in Buda accused of vehicle theft and burglaries.
A witness told officers the van had been driving on 6th Street when Farrow revved his engine and cut across three lanes of traffic before cr…
Assistance is on the way for 15 Texas counties who sustained severe damage from the October flood.
Rain or shine people are encouraged to come out and trot their way through a five or one mile run.
Thanksgiving eve is considered the country’s busiest travel day of the year as people jet off to see family and friends.
Carroll says he spent one or two minutes browsing the glass display counter, when his friend tapped him on the shoulders and said a man had …
Officials say despite 30 years of hard work, they’re still finding toys violating safety standards.
Fundraising effort underway to help gift Austin High senior with his own alto saxophone to pursue music in college.
Traffic congestion and construction go hand in hand when it comes to delays.
Lisa Brown filed the $100,000 lawsuit against Home Depot and its employee Amber Ruales in Travis County on November 20.
He removed his GPS monitor before escaping from the facility and DPS says his location is currently unknown.
CTRMA said it owns most of the property along the 183 corridor and said there are some properties they are working with to obtain land.
Around the holidays we expect traffic to be a headache – but for many drivers in Austin, that anxiety is a daily occurrence.
The benching comes in the wake of a video surfacing of him holding champagne and rapping profane lyrics last weekend in an Austin nightclub.