TSUS’s 24 full-time employees are currently spread across three state office buildings in downtown Austin.
The bill, which already passed the Texas Senate, will need final approval Friday and then it’s off to Abbott, who supports the bill.
Some of the problems inspectors found included condensation dripping into containers before they were filled with ice cream and residue on s…
All the rain Austin has seen in the last few weeks is causing trees to decay faster than normal, which can lead to branches or even whole tr…
With the holiday weekend approaching, lakegoers are hoping for a little more rain. More rain means higher lake levels, and more access point…
The restaurant was unable to serve patrons until May 21, 2015.
A district spokesperson said the alleged incident took place May 12 and the teacher handed in her resignation two days later.
The tournaments moved outside of Austin for the first time last season because of a shortage of hotel space for fans and teams caused by the…
The measure excuses religious elders from performing weddings that violate their “sincerely held” religious beliefs. It passed 141 to 2 Thur…
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The Senate gave final approval Thursday to requiring ammonium nitrate be kept separate from combustible material. The bill also grants the s…
Crews are actively working to get as much of the project completed, even with Mother Nature throwing many rainy days in the forecast.
Flash floods there caused a school bus to slide off the road and into a water-filled ditch.
Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo says operations like this have been successful in the past.
A $1 million gift means a dozen families will soon have a new place to call home.
Numbers begin to trickle out with 10 days left in session.
Joshua Chari, 16, earned three associate degrees while he was a junior and five more while he was a senior.
Shortly after warning about rains that could lead to a mosquito-filled summer, we’re getting word of the first West Nile case of the year.
Officials say they there were several red flags when speaking to the driver, and they asked to search the truck.
The biggest change, though, comes in the service aboard.