Austin police said three more incidents of someone throwing rocks at cars along Interstate 35 were reported this month.
Hays County officials hope to have a temporary boxcar bridge for the Fischer Store Road bridge in place in the next few months.
The Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office said this week carbon monoxide toxicity was a “significant condition” in the drowning death 15-y…
The cleanup is far from over in Blanco County one month after floodwaters ripped through the area.
Another high-rise will soon join the Austin skyline. The 32-story Austin Proper hotel and residences is slated to open in 2017 in the Second…
Six teenagers and one 21-year-old are facing a capital murder charge after a deadly shooting in San Marcos on Monday.
Austinites have been sharing ideas on how to alleviate traffic troubles throughout the city, and on Tuesday, discussions will get underway a…
Outbreaks of cyclosporiasis have been linked to various types of imported fresh produce, including berries and leafy greens.
Lake Buchanan is one of the two Highland Lakes that supplies water to more than one million Central Texans.
William Charba, 6, and Leighton McComb, 4, were swept away in Wimberley during the Memorial Weekend floods.
More than 100 organizations applied for the $80,000 grants from Impact Austin. Five were selected. Another organization received $50,000.
Neighbors had reported last seeing the occupants of the house on Friday, June 19.
Recent traps have shown an increase in mosquito activity in the various parts of Hutto.
Austin’s Fire Department passed a unique milestone earlier this month – surpassing budgeted overtime mainly due to an ongoing challenge to f…
The meeting is this evening at 6 p.m.
Auditorium Shores has recently undergone renovations, one big section of which now includes a special off-leash dog area.
Police say a woman intentionally lit a fire in the closet of her own home Friday, leading to a devastating blaze and a felony charge.
The Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and Albert Sidney statues were tagged with “Black Lives Matter” in red paint.
Austin Fire Chief Rhoda Mae Kerr was recently named the first female president of the International Association of Fire Chiefs.
A boy visiting Austin thought he’d gift something to Austin police on his birthday trip from Houston.