The family says it’s been a rough year for them, after having yet another run-in with a drunk driver while expecting another child.
The $1.3 million project replaced the RM 165 bridge after being destroyed in the 2015 Memorial Day floods, TxDOT said in a statement.
Campaign finance documents show Uber and Lyft invested more than $9 million in a campaign to support Prop 1, but the measure still failed, a…
Today, the Austin-based non-profit operates in seven of the state’s nine female prisons with help from more than 200 volunteers.
One father says improvements at Slaughter Lane and Manchaca Road are desperately needed. His son was hit on his bicycle near the intersectio…
A person who suffers a bleeding injury can die from loss of blood as quickly as five minutes.
An arrest affidavit says the fight started when the suspected shooter cut in line.
Early Monday morning, a man broke into GTX Guns in Georgetown, stealing four firearms.
The Austin Police Department is now asking apartment managers in the area to give them a list of any contractors or contracting companies th…
The victim, a man in his 30s, was taken to University Medical Center Brackenridge in non-life threatening condition.
The man told an employee at the E. Oltorf St. Radio Shack that he was robbing them and he had a gun in his back pocket.
Yan Carlos Dominguez-Ugarte, 28, is accused of breaking into Pat’s Games on Jan. 24 and stealing three cases full of rare and valuable colle…
Even though Uber and Lyft have stopped operating in Austin, that does not mean you will not see their drivers carrying passengers through th…
Police say they are currently investigating a series of overdose deaths that occurred last week.
Upon investigating the bathroom, police found 20 $100 gift cards in the toilet seat cover holder.
Authorities say the fire happened around 7:30 p.m. in the 2100 block of Redwing Way on Saturday.
“In an election with a lot of people that voted that they wanted the local government to make safety decisions and not businesses.”
From San Antonio to Corpus Christi, this is not the first time the ridesharing drivers have left Texas cities.
The plan calls for a holistic approach to reduce these accidents by changing some road designs, education, and enforcement.
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