More Mexicans are leaving the United States than migrating into the country, marking a reversal of one of the most significant immigration t…
Some retailers have pledged not to sell the salmon, and it’s still unclear whether the public will have an appetite for the fish if it is ap…
An expert testified about Fogle’s sexual transgressions, including his use of prostitutes and fantasies about young girls.
Capitol Metro workers are celebrating the agency’s 30th anniversary Thursday by thanking riders at several stops throughout Austin.
With Austin City Council poised to take on its largest agenda yet, with 98 items, here’s a look at a few topics to keep an eye out for.
With the Paris terror attacks still fresh on everybody minds, national security experts are heading to the University of Texas this week to …
The mayor says “no one wants to see your underwear on public display.”
Police are trying to determine who shot an Arlington officer at a Dallas gas station during an operation involving a special task force.
When mass shootings happen in public places, people are left asking why.
A group is gathering in Austin Thursday and Friday to discuss climate change and energy issues facing the world.
Thursday kicks off a week of free meals for those who go hungry in the Austin community leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Belgian jihadi suspected of masterminding deadly attacks in Paris was killed in a police raid on a suburban apartment building, the city…
Mayor Bill de Blasio said New York City will not be intimidated by a newly released Islamic State group video showing images of Times Square…
Amazon will offer a full week of bargains starting tomorrow.
Today there will be a final vote on construction of accessory dwelling units, or granny flats.
Officials say the fire has been put out, but they are looking for hot spots.
An annual Christmas event that will draw around 20,000 people to the Palmer Events Center over the next four days has some neighbors concern…
When asked if the wait was appropriate, she responded, “No, actually we shouldn’t have to do this”
Hit by Mother Nature for the second time in five months, the town of Martindale is having a hard time financially.
The director of Austin Water says that audit is expected to begin in the next two weeks and should be complete by January.