A Round Rock man says he’s alive today thanks to some firefighters and their new equipment.
The city of Austin is working to raise awareness of the importance of keeping sidewalks clear.
The Urban Transportation Commission voted on Tuesday to ask the Austin City Council to explore and investigate the possibilities of a Novemb…
The Lexington police chief says his officer fired shots because he was concerned for his safety.
A body has been found on Berdoll Lane just off of Highway 71 in Cedar Creek.
Gift cards bought by the victim were stolen from the scene of the homicide and used by a male person of interest in Spring, Texas near Houst…
The HBO movie highlights LBJ’s role in getting the Civil Rights Act passed in 1964.
His harness cables died at the 45th floor of the Austonian.
As temperatures begin to heat up in Texas, Council members are working to create better wildfire protection strategies.
A $55 million bond is allowing the city of Buda to design a new library. Now they are asking for input from residents.
After the attack, police say Stephen Mjos tried to commit suicide by jumping from a bridge in Georgetown, but was unsuccessful.
Fentanyl is a pain killer compared to heroin, but police say it is much more powerful and extremely lethal.
On Thursday, Austin announced a partnership with the United Way of Greater Austin to establish a TNC Driver Hotline to help drivers who need…
The 25 story building will create more than 210,000 square feet of office space at 4th and Colorado.
The goal of the ordinance is to make campaign spending more transparent for voters. It will also clarify the source of funds used in politic…
Under UT guidelines licensed handgun carriers are allowed to bring their weapons into classrooms, but not dorms.
The motorcyclist, identified as Ruben Garza, 33, was the only person involved in the crash.
City staff said they need $7.5 million in order to get the project finished.
Richard Overton served in the Army during World War II and is a decorated veteran. He fought on the Japanese islands of Iwo Jima and Okinawa…
The Texas Education Agency says they expect to see a continued rise in inappropriate teacher/student relationships.