Fighting to stay in control, she says she experienced a wave of strength.
The 183 South project will not only bring toll lanes along the roadway from Highway 290 to State Highway 71, but improvements to the bridge …
The 23-year-old has done over 400 jumps and said he’s not going to let this one scare him.
The lawsuit alleges that the largest Baptist school in the country failed to act against Tevin Elliott despite receiving six complaints from…
The Grand Jury ruled in favor of the officer who used a taser on a man causing him to hit his head and later die.
Police say Lynnea Hernandez was possibly high on marijuana and hydrocodone when she ran head-on into another car.
“Our interpretation of Bill Cosby is a work in progress, something that will continue to evolve as new evidence and insights come to the for…
Officers noted in the affidavit a smell of burning marijuana coming from the car and observed marijuana residue on the center console.
Winners fly to Paris for free to a sleep in an underwater bubble offering a 360 degree view sitting in three million gallons of water.
A man is being transported for treatment with serious injuries
You have most likely heard the cacophony of the construction in downtown Austin.
Starting April 19, all trucks on state-owned portions of SH 130 and SH 45 will only pay the three-axle rate.
The Health South Rehab Center fire was extinguished around 4 a.m., according to the Austin Fire Department.
Officers believe alcohol played a factor in the crash.
In February, Tucker Sauer, 21, and Lucas Henderson, 20, were arrested for allegedly throwing bottles at a student and yelling a racial slur.
Fewer publicly controversial items are expected to be taken up at this week’s city council meeting, with Mayor Steve Adler absent.
He said he turned around to go inside his home, but was yanked back by one of the officers.
The company says 50 years of service equates to more than 14,800 work days.
The city of Austin has partnered with the LCRA to provide crucial flooding information to the public via computers, tablets and smartphones.
Austin police believe someone intentionally put the telephone pole in the street.