Police evacuated the immediate area and say the man is currently threatening only himself, but the situation is developing.
The dog bit a child at the Austin Pets Alive! shelter back in September. A municipal judge ordered the dog to be put down, but a county judg…
Many of us may receive heavy, flooding rainfall through early Sunday morning. The main threat comes late Friday through late Saturday.
This year, there won’t be an admission fee for the first eight nights of the Trail of Lights. There will be a $3 fee the last seven nights.
While residents are allowed back in their homes following the devastating Hidden Pines fire, officials want the community to still be aware …
Thousands of tech innovators from around the world are in Austin today for the annual Dell World 2015 convention.
Great Scott! The future has arrived. Today is the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown go to the future in the 1989 film Back to the Future II.
Officer Padro went on a trip to Las Vegas without requesting time off, among other violations.
Construction workers for the Shoal Creek Restoration Project are also preparing for the rain.
The AISD Performing Arts center hosted a night called the Fresh Ed experience on Tuesday.
Southbound service 183 at 290 reopens.
Hawaiian Falls Pflugerville had a net income loss of nearly three-quarters of a million dollars in 2014, its first year of operation in the …
ATCEMS says the emergency vehicle’s lights and sirens were on at the time of the crash.
“Being able to take our kids to F1 shows how engineering isn’t just in a small room, it isn’t just on a computer. It’s everywhere,” says Bob…
Councilman Don Zimmerman believes the lack of meter readers contributed to recent high Austin Water bills.
Seeing the Texas-OU game in person, may just be the reason why he’s still alive today.
She says an incident that happened at the Givens Recreation Center in East Austin on Sept. 21 has now also left her son with post traumatic …
There are permanent and temporary structures where fans can take shelter, but COTA said it is standard to also ask fans to seek shelter in t…
Homeowners are getting their first chance to assess the damage done to their homes, for some, the scene was too much to bear.
“The first and foremost is human safety, we want to make sure all of us get home to our families,” says Dusty Boullion, TAHC inspector.