State lawmakers discussed the value of letting Texas parents pick where their kids go to school, Monday.
“I never thought I would be so defenseless,” said Buchanan. “You always think you can defend yourself. But, when you’ve got your 6-year-old …
Kay Aielli says coyotes got her two Chihuahuas about nine years ago, when she let them out in her Allandale backyard.
The delay has led to some criminal cases being delayed or dismissed including a sexual assault case with the suspect sitting in jail for a y…
The two officers who shot Jester were identified by the department as Deborah Lindeman, a mental health officer, and Richard Smith.
WOAI TV reports there were no passengers on board the bus at the time of the crash.
Superintendent Michael Cardona said Monday he’s bringing in an Austin law firm for an independent review.
Police say Zachary Schmidt was driving at a high-rate of speed when he crashed.
Hospitalization and jail time for a person experiencing a mental health crisis can be costly and time consuming.
The operator is accused of hanging up on more than 800 911 callers over the span of six months, one case ended up with someone dying.
The state’s Higher Education Coordinating Board is worried about the colleges that get their accreditation from Accrediting Council for Inde…
People pulled over to free the trapped driver, but he wouldn’t cooperate and fought back.
Comparing Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s child care and family leave 2016 proposals.
The Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office says while the swimmer drowned, his manner of death is being classified as a suicide.
Austin police have reopened East 10th Street by the Interstate 35 frontage road.
On their website, Target still has a few clown-related masks and costumes but they’re mostly of the “friendly” variety.
Austin police say the deceased driver and his injured passenger are siblings.
After snapping the pictures and some admiring, they released the lobster back into the ocean, safe and sound.
The medic was off-duty when police arrested and charged him with DWI.
From Laser Tag to a haunted house, here is all the free fun Austin has in store for you and your family this week.