Fundraising effort underway to help gift Austin High senior with his own alto saxophone to pursue music in college.
Traffic congestion and construction go hand in hand when it comes to delays.
Lisa Brown filed the $100,000 lawsuit against Home Depot and its employee Amber Ruales in Travis County on November 20.
He removed his GPS monitor before escaping from the facility and DPS says his location is currently unknown.
CTRMA said it owns most of the property along the 183 corridor and said there are some properties they are working with to obtain land.
Around the holidays we expect traffic to be a headache – but for many drivers in Austin, that anxiety is a daily occurrence.
The benching comes in the wake of a video surfacing of him holding champagne and rapping profane lyrics last weekend in an Austin nightclub.
An autopsy determined Robert Edwards died as the result of drugs and stress associated with restraint procedures.
An Uber driver says his car was hit by a rock along I-35 and Rundberg on Nov. 15.
“Working at the Rollingwood Police Department, you know never know what kind of call you’re going to get; everyday is different.”
Several environmental advocacy groups have sued the state’s top environmental regulator for alleged inadequate handling of several air pollu…
Gov. Greg Abbott will travel to Cuba at the end of the month to discuss agriculture trade.
500 students and volunteers showed up for the 7th Annual Legacy of Giving Day of Service.
Austin Police began pursuing the suspect after he failed to comply with a traffic stop at East 7th and Chicon Street.
MoPac improvement project will move forward after officials determined there are no endangered species posing a threat to construction.
Three vehicles were involved in a deadly crash on Tuesday morning.
There are about 6,800 children in the Texas foster care system who need to be adopted.
Law enforcement agencies across Central Texas are working to reduce traffic-related deaths during the holiday season.
After posting a call to Facebook for help identifying the man stealing gas in Bastrop, police have been able to identify and arrest him.
A Texas solar company must pay $8.5 million for importing unsafe panels from China and falsely labeling the items as U.S. made.