After the legislature reversed a requirement for school bus evacuation training, districts now choose what works for them.
Prosecutors say they cost a U.S. Defense Department agency $65 million.
She says she may have the pearl made into a necklace.
He allegedly targeted at least 33 women and stole more than $250,000 worth of items from their dorms or apartments.
The suit seeks an injunction against the administrative rule that says states are responsible for the fee and others.
AISD announced Wednesday it would begin discussing a plan to build a facility in the Mueller neighborhood.
Re-branding the office: he is about to launch a marketing blitz to tout the music office’s new brand — revamped logo and all.
Bigger roads and more parks, those are the ideas behind a $70.9 million bond proposal Leander voters will find on a May ballot.
This closes a loophole in an 85-year-old tariff law that has failed to keep products of forced and child labor out of America.
On Wednesday, Feb. 17, a man called Ben Bridge Jewelers and told an employee that he had information on the person who committed the robbery…
Officer Carlos Saldivar has been on the force since 1998, but had numerous run-ins with Internal Affairs.
“You don’t know ’em, but you know them. It’s… It is weird — to find out that somebody cared enough to go in and drag your butt out.”
Supreme Court experts forecast outcomes of five blockbuster cases hanging in the balance.
Facebook will tweak its formulas based on how people respond.
GPS system would not only track buses, but make sure each student is riding their designated bus.
In order to maintain safety and security measures, the City of Austin set a limit of 120 events for this spring and SXSW.
A major crash on Highway 290 in Dripping Springs has all lanes shut down, according to Hays County Office of Emergency Management.
The SWAT officer arrived at the scene in South Austin as Sawyer Flache started shooting at the police Air1 helicopter.
The felony indictments against former Texas Governor Rick Perry have been dismissed by the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas.
The school district says the bus driver was cited for failure to yield to oncoming traffic.