The Facebook post includes photos of the man and a woman accused of being an accomplice and providing the pepper spray before they entered t…
A newly-released video by the Texas Agriculture Commissioner suggests using your phone’s Bluetooth signal to see if a pump has a skimmer ins…
Doctors and scientists believe the creatures that bit him were sea lice.
The engineer’s widely shared memo, titled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” criticized Google for pushing mentoring and diversity program…
One animal taken into a home means another can be saved at the shelter and the foster families can become ambassadors.
With a price tag that ended up at $125 million, the new downtown library was originally scheduled to open in November of 2016
The goal is to get those suffering a mental health crisis out of hospitals and jails and into a facility focused on their crisis.
Sign On Austin wants digital billboards in the city.
Officials are unable to contain the spill because of the water flow, but have increased monitoring of the water supply systems.
A grandmother and her four grandchildren were left with just the clothes on their backs after a fire destroyed their home Friday afternoon.
A mother whose son was killed in March is still looking for answers about how her son died.
“John Doe” claims the female student decided days later she was too drunk to make a well-informed decision.
“There was a gun on my face. The second time I was like — I almost fainted because it was so scary [the] second time.”
Hospitals in Trinity and Crockett closed their doors on Aug. 1 and July 1, leaving those communities without immediate emergency care.
Officers found 48-year-old Gary Mayes, of Llano, injured in the street. He was taken to Seton Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
County leaders say they will not shut down the county jail or move the Sheriff’s Office dispatch in 2018 despite budget crunch.
The victim claims as soon as he touched the business card, he went into some type of a drugged trance.
Firefighters used ladders to rescue two people who got stranded on a grassy strip in Shoal Creek next to House Park.
“Quite candidly, at this point I don’t know what a hearing would add when we already had hearings,” said Rep. Cook.
One Texas mayor said new restrictions that would come with SB 18 “won’t allow us to enhance our city.”