Mac Pike, chairman of the Sutton Company, say the two tower project will take around 30 months to complete, starting late 2017.
Williamson County Emergency Communications spent part of their Friday making sure they could continue to operate without any equipment in th…
The new unit is a brand new 2016 ambulance stocked and customized just for their needs.
If Austin decides to put big money down on city street construction, commuters could be in for years of pain before feeling the relief of be…
Although many may not have fully understood what the Brexit vote was all about, many wondered right away if they could take advantage.
In the message, the attorney says he has doubts about the quarterback’s ability to stay clean.
Lightning can strike up to 10 miles away from a thunderstorm.
A White Sulphur Springs man says his wife called him during the sudden deluge in West Virginia and said their house was filling up with wate…
Another three are still closed due to the lifeguard shortage.
Erin McCleskey, 36, was serving papers at the home on Fay Street when she was attacked.
With just about 40 days left until the Opening Ceremonies in Rio de Janeiro, the final selections for the U.S. Olympic Team are being made. …
The city plans on installing the new traffic lights by next year.
Albuquerque police officers found the victim in bed with a Walmart bag over her head on June 7.
The library was closed to the public at the beginning of the month to prepare for its move from the Alamo to the Texas A&M-San Antonio campu…
Charles Brian Lane is accused of shooting a Valero gas station employee.
Even though you won’t be able to see the Capitol Rotunda, you can still visit the Capitol Visitors Center, located on the southeast grounds …
The CPSC said there have been seven reports of battery packs that have overheated, charred, or melted.
The five-month long investigation focused on the MORA drug trafficking organization in the Austin-area.
A new documentary premiering in Austin is highlighting the rising number of sexual assault cases among college women.
If you are caught lighting fireworks in Austin city limits, you could face a fine of up to $500.