ABC Home and Commercial Services has signed a 50-year pledge with the Exchange Club of Austin to host the ABC Zilker Kite Festival.
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt launched a fundraising account to raise funds for the various programs that will be impacted by the gover…
When asked about the possibilities of ICE going door to door in Central Texas, an immigration attorney says it’s possible but unlikely.
One hundred and ninety-one people with ICE detainers held Tuesday no longer have them, and are eligible to bail out.
Three lawmakers have filed bills to abolish an incentive program meant to attract television, video game and film productions to the state.
An employee has serious burn injuries and was flown by helicopter to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.
A chemical distribution company was working with liquid ammonia sulfate, which caused a reaction that under pressure ruptured.
San Marcos police say they arrested five suspects in connection with Friday’s early morning burglary.
The Dell Medical School has hired a leading cancer researcher to run the Livestrong Cancer Institutes.
The fugitive was convicted of a Travis County homicide in 1987 and deported to Mexico in 2009.
As part of the plea deal, Wey will be sentenced to 10 years deferred adjudication probation; she will not spend any time in jail.
One person has been detained and police are looking for a second suspect.
Starting on Friday, between Tannehill Lane and Regency Drive, MLK Blvd. will be reduced to one lane in both directions.
While HEB has plans to build a full grocery store in Del Valle, in the meantime they have donated $15,000 to create a Mobile Market.
A recent report says one in five young and middle age women didn’t have chest pain with their heart attack.
RTIC must now pay YETI, stop all sales on products in the lawsuit, and re-design them.
If you are suspected of drunk driving and do no cooperate police can get a warrant on the spot to draw your blood.
Supporters of the CPS bill say they have to act fast, as more than 100 children died in the state’s care last year.
Hundreds of people signed up to speak out against the bill and after 16 hours, the committee voted to approve the bill.
Thursday was advocacy day at the Capitol. About 340,000 people suffer form Alzheimer’s in Texas.