Austin Police Operation Blue Santa is in need of volunteers to help deliver packages to area families Saturday.
At around 10:46 p.m., New Braunfels Police and the New Braunfels Fire Department were called to the crash at the 4800 block of North I-35.
Friday, Allegiant Air launched direct service between Austin and Pittsburgh. The flight will operate twice a week.
Residents in Corpus Christi were told Wednesday to not “drink or use the tap water” because of a chemical spill.
The proposed program is designed to be a more holistic approach to prosecuting and eventually, deterring prostitution crime.
An Austin plan to keep clothes out of the landfill also has local charities worried and calling on the city to take action.
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The old deadline was Thursday.
Carolyn Wilsford, a Comanche Trail Community Association board member, says more needs to be done, having witnessed several “close calls.”
The drug was used on mice with aggressive tumors, but once the drug was applied, the tumors disappeared.
CounterBalance ATX feels it’s important to give children books showing different colors, different stories and different struggles.
Her body has not been found.
The generic version will begin to reach retail pharmacies next week.
Interim Police Chief Brian Manley began his comments Friday afternoon by apologizing for the predicament the department has found itself in.
Democrats said it was a GOP power grab occurring a week after the Republican incumbent conceded.
Janet Moseley, 73, was seen driving a red 2012 Honda Fit with Texas license plate DC1N846 at 1 a.m. in Buda.
Texas City police are investigating the continued harassment.
On Friday afternoon, the Lake Travis community and Cavaliers supporters are gathering at the Hill Country Galleria at 2 p.m. to send the tea…
A sea of cowboy hats filled the room at the Texas Department of Public Safety graduation on Friday.