Every customer in San Marcos is being offered two free rides, up to $20 each.
Three people were hurt in the crash, one adult was taken to the hospital.
The drive benefits the Fort Hood based 3rd Calvary Regiment, which just began a nine month deployment in Afghanistan.
The Impaired Driving Mobilization grant and No Refusal will both end Tuesday, July 5.
Patients are using stem cells from their own bodies to manage pain. Some doctors believe the procedure will reduce the use of narcotics and …
From Sunday, July 3 to July 19, the mayor and the business leaders will travel to South Korea, China, Singapore and Taiwan.
A Buda man contracts a flash eating bacteria, a suspect is tackled by a police helicopter pilot, among others.
Patrick Johnson, 59, was arrested June 16 and accused of committing the “lion’s share” of I-35 rock throwing attacks, Police Chief Art Aceve…
Even though water levels are ideal after the recent rain, emergency crews are reminding people that there could be dangerous areas because t…
The scale generally goes from 1-11, but a 12 is possible on days with extreme UV exposure.
In March, the city faced a severe lifeguard staffing shortage, saying they were about 550 lifeguards short of their goal.
The president is trying to pressure Congress to pass a Zika-prevention bill that has been stalled for weeks.
The original deadline to open up the north half of the project from Parmer Lane up to RM 2222 was June 8, then heavy rains hit, causing dela…
No Refusal weekend starts Friday and runs through July 5.
A person is in custody in connection with the stabbing on Montopolis Drive and Felix Avenue, Friday morning.
With a gun in one hand and the reigns of his horse in the other, APD Sgt. Adam Johnson killed a downtown shooter with one single shot.
An eight-month investigation uncovered illegal activity by two prison gangs believed to be selling methamphetamines to Austin.
The Public Works Department is focusing nightly construction between Atlanta Street and Enfield Road.
Travelers should plan more time than usual if they are flying out of Austin’s airport.
A battle most Texans are familiar with, as temperatures rise so do electric bills.