While Austin ISD isn’t required to test the water at its schools, they decided to test 60 schools after KXAN aired a report about lead conce…
A Travis County judge struck down a 2013 law that made it illegal for brewers to sell their distribution rights.
Chancellor William McRaven says the budget reflects growing enrollment and expanded healthcare services.
It was not mentioned if you get free sauces with the nuggets or if you would have to eat your nugget plain.
The suspect is described as Hispanic, 5 foot 10 inches tall, 210 pounds with black hair and a black goatee.
The idea is that by making a stretch of the San Marcos River a state park, it would ultimately ban the consumption of alcohol on the river.
Police say the pickup truck was driving northbound on the frontage road when it hydroplaned and lost control, rolling into a utility pole.
New totals show 69 people treated for K2 medical issues since Thursday morning.
They are asking for volunteers to help during family violence, sexual assaults, child/elder abuse, aggravated assaults, robberies/burglaries…
Numerous code inspectors were at the Cross Creek Apartments to test water temperatures.
Mayor Steve Adler will meet with the City Council for their nationwide search to find the best candidate for the city of Austin.
The crash happened on the northbound frontage road of North MoPac at West Anderson Lane.
Taylor Swift is performing at the Formula 1 race Saturday night.
Tattoos and tattoo acceptance are on the rise in America. Estimates say three in every 10 Americans now have at least one tattoo.
Success in middle school is key as students begin to make choices about high school classes that can help them get ready for college.
On Thursday, Aug. 25, Lake Travis I.S.D. Superintendent Dr. Brad Lancaster will be on KXAN News Today to talk about the upcoming school year…
At least 30,000 children and teens across the state need permanent or temporary homes.
Truck passengers suing Austin police officer. New flood warning systems money. Taco Shack Bowl kicks off.
“I think that is over the top shaming, and bullying and completely unacceptable.”
$3.5 million will be rewarded to projects that provide early warnings systems for residents and first responders.