In 1998, an Austin man swam the Atlantic Ocean, this year he’s testing out the waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Officials say 14-year-old Michael Riley Jr. was with friends Aug. 13 when he jumped into the lake north of Houston.
As students head back to class AISD officials want drivers to keep students’ safety in mind in school zones.
KXAN’s back to school coverage continued Wednesday morning as we focused on the importance of getting your kids to class.
ATCEMS rescue a person that fell into a trench at Red River Street and Cesar Chavez Street.
The new University of Texas President, Greg Fenves, is bringing some changes this school year.
Go Green, a tree removal service in Bastrop County, shut down its facility late last week. A consultant for the company says the area is no …
Austin Republican Congressman Michael McCaul says airport security as we know it could change between 2020 and 2025 with what he calls the “…
AUSTIN (KXAN) — On the eve before the first day of class at the University of Texas, thousands of students gathered at the Main Mall to cele…
In 2013, there was a threat of closure for the school.
The new community park will be next to the new Pflugerville high school currently under construction.
After the Kennedy assassination, Duke went on to become a prominent Houston trauma surgeon and familiar television doctor.
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office says 20-year-old of Ke’Osha Iemunique Kanada was shot and killed.
When people think of police dogs, they usually don’t think of a poodle — which probably helped when he went undercover.
Jerry Cobbs was found not guilty Tuesday on charges that he improperly steered $11 million in taxpayer funds at CPRIT to a private biotech s…
Cedar Ridge High School has about 200 more students than expected, while the district overall, deals with a shortage of roughly 40 teachers.
In a compromise with a developer, the city of Austin says the deal will eventually lead to a new park along Rainey Street, next to the Mexic…
Covert Chevrolet in Bastrop had $133,000 worth of tires and rims stolen from their trucks.
The survey is the first step in disaster preparedness research from a $150,000 Economic Recovery Preparedness Grant.
The foundation is looking to raise a total of $150,000 to have two dozen tablets and laptops at each school.