In December, protests erupted over a white nationalist giving a speech at the university.
She was discovered by a farmer when she hopped from a coal train after running out of Skittles.
In addition to the police officer and the attacker, who was shot by police, two people died on Westminster Bridge and at least 30 others wer…
Lockheed Martin Greenville spokeswoman Leslie Farmer says the last F-16 in Texas should be complete in September.
Get yourself a free Torchy’s breakfast taco at the 1822 South Congress Ave. location Thursday from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m.
In a count by The Associated Press, at least 26 Republicans said they opposed the bill, enough to narrowly defeat the measure.
The Texas Education Agency is asking for $118 million each year. Both the Senate and House budget plans have different views on how to pay f…
Parliament was locked down after the attack, and the return to business was seen as an important act of defiance.
City council will decide on four routes that offer service within Round Rock and a direct route to downtown Austin.
Back from break, the Austin City Council plans to tackle more items related to processing DNA evidence, co-ops and affordable housing on Thu…
They’re building transitional homes in the Hill Country for foster children who turn 18.
It is House versus Senate at the State Capitol, in a debate over how to fill the budget gap, with road money or the Rainy Day Fund.
Amy Smith, the school’s vice president of marketing and communications, firmly denied that allegation.
Texans like Democratic Congressman Lloyd Doggett from Austin said the bill will leave millions of people uninsured.
Dustin Johnson made short work in his debut as the No. 1 seed.
Council members worry this project has set the precedent for future bonds.
Hays County Sheriff’s Office says the crash happened in the 2600 block of Jack C. Hays Trail Wednesday afternoon.
Police now say they believe the same suspects pulled over another driver early Thursday morning.
State Sen. Donna Campbell, an emergency room physician, was also invited to attend the panel.
It’s been 14 years since lawmakers had a direct say over how much universities could charge for tuition. That could change this year.