The decision comes at a time when the district is under investigation by the Manor Police Department and Texas Education Agency.
The suit was brought by Abigail Fisher, who sued the university for using race as a factor in college admissions.
The city of Austin is examining a section of Shoal Creek after advocates noticed the water was murky.
Regular voting for the Texas Primary will be held on “Super Tuesday”, March 1.
According to DPS, authorities were called to the scene around 10:30 a.m. near U.S. 183 and McKenzie Road.
Burnet resident Jamal Brown, died at the scene after he was rear-ended by a BMW, according to DPS.
CapMetro will hold public forums to find out what will help make the transit system better.
A circular arena was discovered by police with an estimated 12 dead roosters found tossed aside in piles, and six bloody roosters still aliv…
After reports of numerous packages being stolen at his apartment complex at The Domain, a resident decided to put up a camera to catch the p…
From the participants to the volunteers, organizers said they were proud of everyone involved in the race.
The weather is playing a major role in flight cancellations out of Austin to the East Coast.
All lanes have now reopened and traffic delays are beginning to clear out.
Police reported finding large amounts of mail inside the stranded vehicle. They’re trying to determine who the mail belongs to.
A deadly weekend for Central Texas starting on Friday until Sunday nine people died in traffic fatalities.
Starting with the unveiling of the new office, Clinton is launching a day of action calling on supporters to canvas and reach out to other T…
Thanks to new technology a Round Rock student is able to be in class, without really being there.
The call came into police at 7:05 p.m. of an automobile hitting a pedestrian at the 700 block of Montopolis Drive near Ponca Street.
Two judges in Austin were feeling the Valentine’s Day spirit Sunday as they married together dozens of couples.
According to Austin Fire Department they got the call at 1:33 p.m. Sunday of a body in the water at the 90 block of Congress Avenue.
After seeing a side of Austin they never knew existed, Jamie Ivey and Janet Reeves said there was no way they could sit back and do nothing.