His appointment is subject to Texas Senate confirmation during the 2017 session.
Together, the companies plan to open a network of U.S. hubs where Lyft drivers can rent GM vehicles.
Austin Water wants to implement once-a-week watering regardless of the lake levels.
Officer Poccia says he doesn’t consider himself a hero. He says finding Caraline was a group effort.
The River Walk will be without water through the first full week of January.
A man has been charged with intoxication assault after he allegedly drove drunk through construction cones and hit a worker.
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A mother considers herself lucky after a rock struck the cab her family was riding in Sunday morning.
The man has been identified by police as 37-year-old Michael Lee Terry.
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office is investigating remains that were found near Onion Creek on Sunday.
Lake Travis Fire & Rescue was responding to a smoke investigation call when they discovered fully involved structure.
26-year-old Sam Westerfeld died when he jumped into the water at McKinney Falls State Park to rescue his dog, Bluebell.
Police say a crime report has been taken for misdemeanor theft and misdemeanor battery listing Brown as a suspect.
The 51-minute video is by al-Shabab, al-Qaida’s East Africa affiliate, and showed up Friday on Twitter.