On the last Monday of every month, starting with July 31, various businesses along Manor Road are taking part in discounts and giveaways.
Currently, only 20 lawmakers have signed on to support a bill for school choice.
The president of the fire union has continued concerns about a need for more Austin Fire Department stations across the city.
The new Credential Authentication Technology won’t even need travelers to pull out their boarding pass to go through security.
Winners include the Carnivore Pizzadilla from Dave and Buster’s, the Cheeseburger Omelette with a side of three pancakes from IHOP, and Chil…
To help reduce the turnover, Sheriff Robert Chody is asking for more money for some jail employees.
The crash happened just after 4 p.m. in the 5500 block of Williams Drive.
If a person tests positive for illegal substances then they would have to meet certain requirements before receiving unemployment insurance …
Civic leaders, local law enforcement, and school representatives from San Marcos and Texas State University will be on hand at the forum.
Steven Nurse was last seen on July 10 but his body wasn’t discovered until July 23.
The NCAA has done away with two-a-day practices, so now camp is spread out over an extra week leading up to the opener against Maryland on S…
Austin police say a man was shot three times in front of the Bread Basket on East Cesar Chavez Street.
The company says that it is working with law enforcement and cybersecurity firms.
Officials cited by the newspaper say President Trump’s new chief of staff, John F. Kelly, requested Scaramucci’s removal.
Officers were initially called to the Capital Credit Union at 133 E. Ben White Blvd., near South Congress Avenue, just after 10:30 a.m.
The law includes cell phones, text messaging devices, laptops, video games, even cameras.
Instead of pulling over, police say he took off at a high speed, ran red lights and crossed into oncoming traffic.
Dukes has until Tuesday to respond.
With six news babies this season, the zoo says each new hatch is a big deal for the threatened species and state reptile.
Authorities in Plano and Rowlett, both just northeast of Dallas, are asking anyone facing an emergency Monday to call alternate numbers.