Authorities say she was freed from the wreckage and was sitting on the car when a tractor-trailer approached.
Fans could view the tree as part of a series of places in the Mansfield-area related to the film.
Ford will offer a police pursuit version of the hybrid Fusion midsize sedan, in response to requests from cities nationwide.
The salads were shipped to Wal-Mart stores in the Southeast.
Thanks to months of data-gathering for a parking study, there may be some solutions on the horizon.
Crews with Austin-Travis County EMS traveled to Tennessee to train for flooding rescues.
On Sept. 1st, Blanco ISD officials say they will cut staff. The House Education Chariman says it’s only the beginning if nothing is done.
The new location on Lowden Lane, compared to its predecessor, changes out the tarmac for soft grass.
The family of an attorney found dead Friday wants a person of interest to come forward to help them figure out what happened.
Authorities say a worker along the tourist attraction flagged down a river barge driver after spotting the body Sunday morning.
Organizers say President Trump’s executive orders restricting travel from predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East are discriminato…
The agency released the notice because of a loss in pressure at a pump station that serves the area.
The University of Texas at Austin says Margaret Berry, a former dean and teacher, has died at 101.
The 4th annual HOME garage sale benefited a local non-profit group called Housing Opportunities for Musicians and Entertainers.
In 1917, a local businessman named Andrew Zilker donated more than 350 acres of his land to be used as a park.
Early Friday morning, the Texas House approved a budget plan for the next two years. But the budget battle is just beginning.
She showed viewers how to make a burlap bunny door hanger, mason jar easter baskets and easter treats.
SWAT standoff began at 2 a.m. Sunday
ABIA’s south terminal hosted an open house Saturday, ahead of Allegiant Air beginning service from there next week.
The United Way for Greater Austin has organized similar scavenger hunts, on a much smaller scale, for their corporate partners.