With less than a week to the Texas primary election, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz has an eight percentage point lead over Donald Trump.
The bat was found on Feb. 18 around 8: 45 a.m. in the back parking lot.
Commission tasked with finding out if changes are needed to STAAR test.
Neighbors said they were woken up by thunder and immediately smelled smoke.
The Austin City Council decided to get rid of Type 2 short term rentals, which are homes that are not occupied by the homeowner.
KXAN Photographer Frank Martinez spoke to her sister, and takes a look back at her legacy.
Rep. Carter announced Monday his bill to allow Texas police to use federal grants for the Texas State active shooter training program.
Winners will be honored during the TAPB awards banquet on Saturday, April 9, at the Headliners Club in Austin.
“No background check would have flagged and anticipated this situation.”
The defendants mainly employed women and girls living in the U.S. illegally as prostitutes, charging $40 for 15 minutes of sex.
Phony MAC, Chanel, Otterbox, Beachbody, Zumba and Chi flat irons are just some of the items investigators confiscated in two different cases…
Canadian contestants are still appearing in this season’s shows because they are drawn from the results of a test given a year ago.
Hays CISD said they have 10 classes on six campuses that are requesting a class size waiver at the Monday night school board meeting.
Austin police say 64-year-old Frank Lafuente was crossing the 2300 block of East Riverside Drive around 11 p.m. when he was hit by a car tra…
Monday marked the first weekday since the CTRMA temporarily reduced MoPac northbound from three lanes to two between Lady Bird Lake and Enfi…
Police say 22-year-old Wilson Molinares ran head-on into a minivan carrying a family of six, killing four and injuring two.
The five people have travel histories to countries where Zika transmission is occuring, and two of the five are pregnant.
The incident happened around 7:22 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20 in the 2500 block of Leon Street.
Cruz says he is “a good man” and deleted the tweet once he found it was false.
Authorities say the man in his 30s fell 30 to 40 feet while working on the new Marriott building.