The hot air balloon disaster near Lockhart and the deadly shooting in Austin’s downtown entertainment district were among the top headlines.
A gun rights activist has sent letters to more than 75 local governments across the state complaining of restrictions placed on license-hold…
Former Austin council member Mike Martinez is helping his former opponent by backing the Smart Corridor plan.
The head of the company that lost the bid for Austin’s police body camera contract was in civil court Wednesday fighting for a reversal.
Customers will have access to water consumption threshold alerts, comparative data, leak alerts and notifications from the city’s utility.
Firefighters responded to an incident early Wednesday involving a deadly crash in which several others were injured.
Elijah Ponthier, 26, was riding his bike southbound on Bluff Springs Road at Chateau Village Way when he was hit from behind by an unknown, …
A similar incident happened at the park on May 20, involving a suspect wearing similar clothing.
Parents who bring their children’s shot records can get free immunizations from the Austin/Central Texas Care Van.
Steve Ritchie, the third-highest ranking employee in the Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Department, resigned Thursday.
The new Shady Hollow station opened up four years ahead of schedule. A second station in South Austin is set to open in two years.
UT athletes and coaches are competing in 10 different sports, representing seven countries.
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One case in Central Texas that’s received attention because of the anesthesia component is Daisy Lynn Torres.
The city hired a consultant to conduct a feasibility study of installing an Aquifer Storage Recovery system that stores water for later use.
Starting Saturday, Aug. 6 at 8 p.m., the intersection of Farm to Market 685 and Highway 79 will be closed so crews can install a new signal …
This coming spring is expected to be more like 2006, 2008 and 2011, where drought plagues the area and water resources dwindle.
While the center itself won’t be operational until the last quarter of 2017, the board members need to be in place to help organize, plan an…
The goal of the I.C.A.R.E. Conference is to educate the community on how to interact with law enforcement.
Three UT professors are asking for a temporary injunction to stop the law in their three classrooms before the case goes to trial this fall.