Lake Travis Fire and Rescue said they responded to a fire in the 17200 block of Avion Drive just before 5:30 a.m.
The home was littered with feces and 15 dead animals — mostly snakes, including a large boa constrictor and a python.
Austin Fire Department said they were called to the 800 block of West 11th Street at West Avenue just before 6:30 a.m.
Monday, the Public Safety Commission is giving a few recommendations for changes to the cities texting while driving ordinance. During the m…
Bluebonnet Electric reports about 2,500 customers are without powers near Webberville along Farm to Market 969 in east Travis County and Bas…
Pre-k registration begins Monday for AISD.
4th graders and their families can visit National Parks for free.
The family says it’s a way for them to move forward and heal, while enjoying the game that brought their loved one joy.
Hilario Castilleja, 57, was last seen wading in the river near a bridge at Aquarena Springs Road at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Arbor Walk location sent a message that some items were at the store and that customers could pick them up during a two-hour window Sund…
After the flight landed at 3:10 p.m., three passengers and seven crew members were taken to a hospital for evaluation.
A man in his 30s died Sunday after police responded to a call about a man who had swallowed a large amount of drugs and was in distress.
The Taylor Police Department is searching for the person responsible for hitting two teen girls on the east side of Taylor Saturday evening.
Police said they were both hit by bullets in their pickup when a rifle lying on the backseat floorboard accidentally fired.
The group says its mission is to provide supplies and services to families that set them up for a positive and successful school year.
“Attacked, drugged, handcuffed and closed inside a suitcase, that’s how a 20-year-old English model was kidnapped on July 11 in Milan to be …
Advocates gathered this week at the Texas State Capitol for a bipartisan reading of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax in protest of the bill.
It is unclear what event was taking place or what food was served, but posts on Facebook appeared to indicate a wedding was being held.
The crash happened around 12:30 a.m. on South Lamar Boulevard at Montclaire Street.
Austin-Travis County EMS said at least one of the cars caught on fire.