The U.S. Coast Guard said it was searching for a cargo ship with 33 people aboard that went missing during the Category 4 storm.
Wal-mart employees told police he threatened them with a firearm; saying he would harm them if anyone followed him out of the store.
A flood watch in effect for the area until Saturday. Then Hurricane Joaquin becomes the focus.
“I told everybody I didn’t do nothing,” he said as he left the courtroom.
After days of confusion, the Vatican issued a statement Friday with its version of Francis’ Sept. 24 encounter with Davis.
Police say four workers have been hurt in an explosion at a chemical plant along the Houston Ship Channel.
The Hays CISD is looking into whether or not the teacher’s aide acted unprofessionally towards students.
According the GAO’s analysis of IRS information, Americans did not pay approximately $450 billion in taxes in 2006.
A 21-year-old died from a gunshot wound to the stomach. One person of interest is in custody at this time.
In Austin, the sound of music is often the target of burglary and theft in the city.
KXAN’s Meteorologist David Yeomans gives you the forecast for the first weekend of ACL.
An Austin businessman has developed a disc-shaped camera that can be fixed to your door’s peephole and then linked to the app Peeple on your…
The Austin Transportation Department has compiled the list of the top unsafe intersections that are in need of safety improvements under the…
Steam was seen coming out of a Four Points Middle School bus caused by a broken hose.
A man walked up to the crew, pulled out a gun, grabbed their camera, and drove off.
Find out if you own any of these hazardous recalled items: 150,000 dishwashers recalled for fire safety concerns, 6,000 breakable DaVinci Br…
Hackers have stolen personal information belonging to about 15 million T-Mobile wireless customers and potential customers in the U.S., incl…
Austin City leaders have decided to hold off on a solar power deal that could end up impacting your pocketbook.
An average of one child has died every month between 1996 and 2012 from strangulation by IKEA window cords.
They say drinking water is safe to consume, but the algae will cause the water to have a grassy, musty taste.