GOP and Democratic presidential hopefuls aren’t spending anytime trick or treating this Halloween weekend. Instead they’re hitting the campa…
Energy has been restored to Onion Creek homes and residents are cleared for re-entry; use caution if you’re returning home.
At 2 p.m. on Friday, the Blanco River crested at 42.5 feet, which is a half-foot shy of the Memorial Day weekend floods.
No City Council meeting this week, but Mike Kanin with the Austin Monitor does have a big topic to discuss that could shape future councils.
The Halloween Family night will feature many science-based exhibit.
Heavy rainfall might delay school buses in the area.
The Teal Pumpkin Project raises awareness of food allergies and promotes inclusion of all trick-or-treaters.
Senators voted 64-35 for the measure, which also provides a two-year budget, in the early hours Friday. Democrats teamed with Republican def…
Free events around Austin on Halloween weekend.
Delancey worked in the IT Department of Marble Falls ISD and was a volunteer firefighter until he was removed from those positions.
COTA lost $2 million in concession sales Sunday and attendance was down several thousand
A KXAN investigation has found a series of Austin cases in which sex offenders like Williams go for months, if not years, without confirming…
There’s been a big push to save Neville the dog, but now there’s a petition asking the courts to humanely euthanize him, to protect the publ…
When Bush is not on the clock as land commissioner, he criss-crosses the country with his famous father.
DPS says the fire is not expected to meet the threshold for receiving the aid
They say speed and fatigue may have contributed to the crash.
Women seeking asylum in the United States are demanding they be released from an immigration detention center in Central Texas, and they’re …
A federal judge has dismissed the State’s manslaughter indictment against former APD Detective Charles Kleinert in the death of Larry Jackso…
More forecasted rain could increase the chances of flood problems this weekend.
Family of three killed in crash on I-35 in July are suing the 18-wheeler driver and the company she works for.