An update in the stabbing of a Hyde Park woman last year and a father who said he may have been “too aggressive” with his infant daughter.
The mayor points out the credit mainly helps low-income families pay their groceries and other bills, putting money back in our local econom…
The Austin City Council will be weighing whether to tie access to a faster permitting process to building and labor standards.
Before bank staff could respond to the demand note, the suspect left the bank.
The organization says the orders have direct medical and psychiatric consequences on children.
On Friday, a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction in the case, paving way for a trial.
The suspect, described by police as a Black woman in her mid to late 20s, showed a note to a teller at the Chase Bank at 6600 S. MoPac.
Saturday, adults and children in Hays County will be able to get free medical services, no insurance required.
Police learned the girl was listed as a runway out of Dallas and found that she had numerous escort ads posted online.
Ever since Sheriff Sally Hernandez announced her new policy last Friday, the governor said he would seek to cut $1.8 million in grant fundin…
According to a RRISD spokesperson, the substitute was allegedly caught with a male student at an off-campus park in November.
Georgetown police say Aaron Davison is charged with accident involving death in connection with Thomas “Tommy” Ketterhagen death.
The situation in east Austin ended just before 12:30 p.m.
New signs are already going up.
San Antonio is in the process of establishing a new backup center that isn’t expected to be completed until third quarter 2017.
Gloria Gonzalez-Dholakia with the Leander Educational Excellence Foundation was up early for KXAN News Today to talk about what LEEF does.
On Thursday, council members had their first full agenda 2017.
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In the last year, Austin has had more than 1,400 hazmat situations on the roads but does not keep track of the ones that happen during the r…
Tebow was homeschooled — but Florida law allowed him to play for his local public school.