Scott Sellers says he does not think this is a good political move and will cause more divisions than he wants to see.
“These children are citizens they are human beings, they have as much right to be a part of our society and have their potential maximized a…
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The fire broke out around 1:29 a.m. in a trailer on San Antonio Street, near Lake Travis.
With the holiday season upon us, that means a drop in temperatures and a rise in fevers as people are catching more than the holiday spirit.
One in six Central Texans are in danger of going hungry every day.
Austin City Council signed off on an appeal process to give drivers a second chance to keep their permits.
Delinquent parents arrested in the sweep face up to six months in jail.
The 76-acre Grove at Shoal Creek development is going to be built near Bull Creek Road and 45th Street.
The water park will open under a new name, Typhoon Texas Waterpark in May 2017 with a multi-million dollar transformation.
The state’s cut in Medicaid reimbursement rates is expected to greatly reduce the number of therapists who treat kids with disabilities in T…
Austin representative Lloyd Doggett is advancing the call for a bi-partisan committee to investigate the claims in the House of Representati…
King, an elementary school teacher, filed the civil lawsuit for the first time in August.
GameStop says its stores will have them in stock Thursday and Friday of this week.
The mixed-use neighborhood will bring new apartments, offices and parks to the area.
The new rules, which would have gone into effect on Dec. 19, requires the burial or cremation of fetal remains.
Police were called to the 5600 block of South I-35 northbound, near East Stassney Lane, in response to the collision.
The county wanted to move away from detention and more toward such evidence-based practices that get kids healthy and keep them out of jail
In a 7-to-2 vote Thursday, City Council approved spending city money on legal services for immigrants living in Austin.
Sandra Christensen, Penny Hubert and Eunice Slaughter were the first women to graduate from the police academy, in the 55th cadet class.