Austin ISD police say the student created profiles and made threats against his own school.
There was a spike in the number of car burglary reports in Round Rock in June. Police believe these suspects may be responsible.
It’s a climate protection plan that could also save city taxpayers $3.5 million dollars over a decade.
An event coming up in Austin is hoping to get a boost from the community to help people with HIV and AIDS.
In 2016, nearly every one of the Labor Department’s investigations of Austin restaurants revealed owners were violating federal labor laws.
The drones will test out image pattern recognition software near Research Boulevard, Burnet Road, and Knoll Park Drive.
The Austin Animal Center can only take in hurt or sick animals.
“We find that walking in the morning gets the jitters out.”
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A woman from Austin is in critical condition after a wrong-way crash with a semi-truck on Interstate 35 in New Braunfels.
“Overall we are at about a 90 percent compliance rate,” TABC spokesperson Chris Porter said.
Manor parents are getting a letter after a call claiming a man in a clown mask asked a high school student to get in the man’s truck.
Texas State police say the suspect grabbed the victim, but the victim was able to get away and left the area.
The four-row golf cart will allow SUREWalk to service a larger number of students more quickly.
TEA officials have attributed the dramatic declines to new teaching techniques that they say have lowered the number of children with “learn…
Local organizations are on standby to help with food and supplies to impacted areas of Haiti after Hurricane Matthew sweeps through.
The program will help ‘Start the Conversation’ among coaches and students, guiding them through difficult issues like dating violence.
The man who tried to abduct a 10-year-old girl Monday afternoon in Georgetown is still on the run.
Workers are sawing off pieces of the roof to eventually move the house away from trees and utility poles and onto the open road.
In Travis County, DFPS data shows between July and September the percentage of cases where a CPS investigator never shows up and makes conta…