The commission will explore solutions to what is being called “justice gap”: a growing number of potential clients with legal problems who c…
The police chief told us the initial complaint did not come from Eanes ISD.
Authorities believe the likelihood of terror attacks will continue as members of ISIL/Da’esh return from Syria and Iraq.
Convenience store security footage shows the two suspects walking by the store just before one of the fires start.
In October, Gov. Greg Abbott cut off all Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood due to the undercover videos that accused the organization o…
Local refugee service organizations says if Governor Greg Abbott doesn’t want to pay to support refugees, somebody else will.
Police believe a man who intentionally crashed into a Deputy vehicle has ties to the wanted murder suspect Darius Bailey.
While most of the rock throwing cases have been centered near IH-35 near downtown, the most recent case was in North Austin.
According to Texas State Police four men robbed the student at gun point as he walked across the quad on campus.
As of Monday, short-term rental licenses for Type II rental homes will not be issued, at least for the moment.
Without a nearby fire hydrant in the neighborhood, crews were faced with a water supply issue.
The school board will be discussing different aspects of the budget Monday including all employees receiving a 3-percent raise next school y…
Keep your eyes peeled this morning, there’s and Amber Alert out for two kids from Hill County in North Texas.
If you are looking for something to do this Thanksgiving week, here’s what our partners at Free Fun in Austin have in mind.
Folks came from all over to help with the Tree of Honor, decorating trees with over 900 ornaments to both honor children who have died from …
People are balancing their compassion and their desire for security when it comes to taking 10,000 Syrian refugees next year.
New technology is helping one Westlake child with cancer fight his superbug.
Neighbors are demanding something be done to fix a Williamson County road, where several people have been killed over the past few years.
Groups from each of the diocese’s 126 parishes were invited to participate with signs and banners in defense of religious freedom.
KXAN takes an in-depth look at the system and possible solutions at the Capitol.