From a Spooktacular to two Day of the Dead festivals, here is the free fun Austin has in store for you this Halloween weekend.
“We paired with five different female chefs in town and they each kind of created their own flavor and then we churn them in our kitchen.”
On Friday night, the city of Georgetown is doing their final spraying for mosquitoes at 9 p.m. after a second mosquito tested positive for W…
For one night a year people shed their daily looks and adopt a new identity.
Neighbors say the plan for the park includes an entrance inside their subdivision, which they were not properly informed of.
“We’re just very thankful that we have young men and women that will still step up and take the challenge.”
If you want spend this spooky holiday immersed in the strange and abnormal consider checking out these haunted places in Austin.
With crime down in the Rundberg area, community leaders want the public to come together for a night of safe fun.
Those in the crowd heard from the parents of Matthew Shepard. Shepard was brutally attacked and tied to a fence outside Laramie, Wyoming bac…
Straus asked the agency to halt the rule or seriously change it before the next legislative session in January.
In Travis County, about 100 schools will have voting stations on campus.
The school says historic, widespread flooding in Baton Rouge earlier this year proved training helps saves lives.
KXAN discovered another top priority of the Attorney General’s Office is making sure it gets paid by those companies it sues.
The department submitted a plan to lawmakers to fund 550 additional front line workers to locate hundreds of unseen at-risk children.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, a driver in his 60s died after crashing with a Capital Metro bus in Northeast Austin.
It’s not known what percentage of the settlement will be disbursed to consumers that filed complaints.
Pence says mud splashed on the front windows of the cockpit.
The verdict came one day after a juror was dismissed due to concerns over his impartiality.
This year there are 28 propositions to vote on for those who live in Pflugerville — the second highest in the city’s history.
After three years of wet weather during Halloween, this year promises to be warm and dry, with evening temperatures in the 80s.