After police evacuated a San Marcos Walmart for more than four hours to investigate a bomb threat, they say no bomb was found.
The incident on Nameless Road near Apple Springs Drive left one person dead.
Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the same-sex marriage decision, attended a rally on the north steps of the Capitol.
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Hutto neighbors and people from surrounding towns gathered to pay their respects to Sgt. Chris Kelley as his honor procession made its way t…
The rocket was carrying supplies to the ISS, as well as space experiments designed by 4 Westlake High School freshmen.
Singers and bands come together Sunday for an all-day benefit concert to raise money for Central Texas flood relief efforts.
The crash happened around 2 a.m. at the intersection of Ed Bluestein Boulevard and East MLK.
ABGB created a new pale ale for the occasion, and $1 of every pint sold goes to Austin Pets Alive! The shelter takes in animals that have no…
Ray Steven Rose, 49, died after being booked Friday night at the Williamson County Jail.
There’s outrage about comments an Austin City Councilman made on social media regarding gay marriage.
Saturday afternoon 14 Veteran entrepreneurs from across the state of Texas became the first to graduate from the Texas Veterans Commission v…
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A swimmer called police around 8:00 am Saturday morning, after discovering a man’s body caught in Texas wild rice.
Hutto citizens have rallied together to organize an event for July 11th to benefit the family of Sgt. Chris Kelley.
Hutto residents are urged to change out their porch lights to blue lights in honor of Sgt. Chris Kelley
Live music, craft vendors and all the iconic eateries that make Austin wacky will be at the Long Center Saturday.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, 8,500 fireworks-related injuries are reported every year in this country.
If Texans wonder where we head from here, Friday’s Supreme Court decision appears to make it clear.