The Friday statement from the governor named Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays and Travis counties, as well as 11 others.
The Bouldin Creek neighborhood is shut down from outside parking during events like ACL, but open for parking during the Junior League of Au…
In all, people with a 512 area code complained to the FTC nearly 24,000 times this past fiscal year regarding robocalls.
Westlake Hills police say they’re an investigating an incident that happened outside of school last weekend.
The motorcycle driver was ejected when a vehicle failed to yield and crashed into him.
The figure compares to a statewide jobless rate of 4.2 percent in September.
Visitors are invited to explore, lounge, photograph and meditate inside inflatable rooms.
Life size sculptures featured at the Long Center for the Architects of Air exhibit!
Sheriff’s, Deputies, and Correction Officers were remembered by the Sheriff’s Association of Texas at the Training Center Headquarters.
Police are seeking clues on a man who was speaking with the victim just hours before his death.
Neighbors tell KXAN law enforcement showed up to Lavaca Loop around 9 a.m. and started surrounding a house.
According to many KXAN viewers, the new diamond is causing more of an issue for drivers than ever before.
Uber is partnering with Austin Pets Alive to raise awareness about the animals in need of homes across Austin.
The tour bus driver for the band The Ghost Inside was killed following a collision with an 18-wheeler along Highway 180, east of El Paso Thu…
Austin city leaders are moving forward with a plan some say will allow people to afford to live in the city.
A group of protesters plan to take their fight to Governor Greg Abbott’s front steps — saying refugees should be welcome in Texas.
“I have called every single number, I have gone to every single one of these meetings and no one, NO ONE will help me. That’s frustrating.”
Only four of nearly 1,300 districts in the entire state received funding – and no money has been available since 2011.
“It sickens me to know that no matter how hard I try, there still exists a blur between myself and the decency a human life entails.”
The leader of the Texas Association of Business says school districts are taking advantage of the new law.