Recent heavy rains have helped Texas emerge from the worst of the years-long drought.
The engineer at the controls of the speeding Amtrak train that lurched off the tracks in Philadelphia, killing at least eight people, has no…
A Tennessee man woke up with an intruder’s hand down his pants and scared him away.
The countdown has begun.
A Midnight deadline is looming for House Bills hoping to become law.
Austin Community College’s Early College High School Program will graduate 13 students Thursday night.
At the end of his term, Terry Pickering said he will have served in law enforcement in Central Texas for nearly 40 years.
Central Texans certainly want to see the lakes fill up during this rainy period, but there is no harm in collecting a little rain water.
The Texas Senate passed a bill focusing on making changes to state law regarding insurance and lawsuits. It’s also advancing in the House.
After heavy rain in many parts of Central Texas Wednesday, the area was graced with a beautiful sunset to close out the day.
The Rangers have activated first baseman Mitch Moreland from the disabled list following his recovery from left elbow surgery.
When the clock strikes midnight on Thursday night, any House Bill that has not been heard and voted on will likely not become law this sessi…
A bill which would allow same-sex couples to put both of their names on a birth certificate is caught in a long list of bills, running out o…
A very wet May is slowly adding water to our Highland Lakes, as Lake Travis is now the fullest its been since April 2013.
Nearly two months after the City of Austin offered a training session titled “Women Leading in Local Government,” Austin City Council member…
Police say criminals are targeting people making withdrawals from banks, in a disturbing trend called “jugging.”
Sgt. Anthony Riddle was a Corrections Officer with the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office.
A 24-year-old man on Texas’ Top 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender list was arrested May 9 in Austin. Jefferey Phillip Paige was wanted for failing…
The Austin Police Department placed Officer Vontrey Clark on restricted duty shortly after Samantha Dean’s death.
A tornado tore through the town Sunday night, killing two people and causing extensive damage to the elementary school.