Before Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech to thousands in Washington, he fine-tuned his civil rights m…
Uber driver using a fake city permit is accused of assaulting a woman in her home.
Death-row inmate wants to be put to death Wednesday for killing a police lieutenant with his SUV during a car chase six years ago.
Mandatory Stage Two water restrictions lifted for Burnet after two years.
Parents found the babysitter using the website Care.com, which claims the sitters are background checked.
Austin police believe the three suspects live in or frequent Hays County.
New technology alerts drivers when they are approaching a light and how long until it turns red.
Central Texas schools are facing a quickly fading timeline as they try to fill teaching positions before classes begin.
Classes were supposed to start on Monday. It’s not yet known if they will be delayed.
An ACC program is helping women over 50 find new careers, gain skills and build financial security.
Investigators say the mother was home with the children. The boy got access to a loaded gun, and fired it, hitting the girl in the back of t…
A South Texas police dog is dead and his handler has been fired after the animal was left in a hot patrol car for more than 20 hours.
A state regulatory agency is exploring changes as recent cases draw attention to inmate deaths in Texas jails.
Progress but not perfection. That’s the update on TxDot after a year of confusion, long lines and wait times for TxTag customers.
The Texas Department of Transportation says $25-million of your tax dollars have been spent on road projects because of utility company dela…
The Texas Department of Public Safety says the man previously sought as a person of interest in the recent vehicle arson at the Texas State …
Cedar Park investigators are trying to determine what led to the death of a baby boy Tuesday afternoon.
City of Buda is leaving up to the residents on whether or not they extend alcohol sales to 2 a.m.
Tracy Beatty had been scheduled for lethal injection Thursday evening for the death of 62-year-old Carolyn Click in November 2003.
Imagine your neighbors going to the bathroom outside or sleeping on the lawn. That’s exactly what some people say they’re seeing at a vacant…