UT researchers found that child abuse prevention programs in Texas have a very high success rate.
Austin-Travis County EMS medics were called to the crash, in the 4500 block of Manor near Lovell Drive, at 7:19 p.m.
The competition for your tax dollars promises to be fierce.
A witness told police that the driver of a 2012 GMC Terrain drifted to the right after passing him and struck the barrier.
Jones’ ex-wife is seeking sole or joint custody of their children, ages 14, 12 and 9.
Firefighters say seven units had smoke and water damage, while an eighth had heavy damage.
The school, which cost about $42 million to build, is expected to open in the 2017-2018 school year.
The couple plans to use the money to build two new churches.
“Rapist” and “racist” was reportedly spray painted on two sides of a stone fence post at the corner of Whitis Ave. and West 27th Street.
Approved Monday 128-13, the measure requires further academic or policy scrutiny on the poison’s effects on the hogs as well as residents, h…
Witnesses say a group of kids had just finished an Easter egg hunt in the park that afternoon when they started playing with the water guns.
House Bill 1335, by Rep. Ron Simmon, R-Carrollton, would create an education savings account program for children with “special needs.”
The move comes after the Texas Tribune reported that Cook along with other TABC top brass had been jet-setting around the country on taxpaye…
Records show she placed a plastic bag in the child’s mouth.
After 25 years of trying to deal patiently with North Korea over its nuclear program, Pence said, “all options are on the table” to deal wit…
The church said it plans on replacing the flag.
There were 29 foster children living in state offices or alternate sites during February.
A spokeswoman for state District Judge George Gallagher confirmed Monday that he will stay on the case.
The city’s transportation department said several traffic signals are also out, and if you come across a dark signal, make sure you treat it…
On Wednesday, the House is scheduled to approve a $1.6 billion bill altering how Texas pays for its public schools.