Don Zimmerman filed a lawsuit Tuesday over campaign finance rules, that he said, ban political speech and prohibits fundraising until May 20…
According to the Austin Fire Department, witnesses say a man jumped into Lady Bird Lake from the Interstate 35 bridge.
Police say a pastor sleeping in his office at a Houston-area church awoke to confront a burglary suspect and then shot the man.
As proposed, the MoPac mainlanes would extend through both intersections by going under both Slaughter Lane and La Crosse Avenue.
23 cadets became full game wardens in a special ceremony. It marked the first time cadets and state park police officers trained and graduat…
Effective immediately, “Dixie” will no longer be performed or played at any school sponsored event.
In November, numerous windows at APD headquarters were damaged when Larry McQuilliams went on a shooting rampage downtown.
Crews say a 10-inch water main burst near State Highway 29, near Liberty Hill.
One man has been charged with drug possession after police caught him smoking hash at an iconic graffiti park near downtown Sunday, accordin…
A hotel maintenance man is accused of stealing money from a guest.
Prison employee provides hacksaw blades, chisels, a punch tool and a screw driver for the escape of 2 convicted killers.
The burn ban is scheduled to expire on Aug. 26, unless county officials decide to extend it.
Cannons recovered from a sunken Confederate warship arrived to be preserved at A&M.
Moto and 11 other bomb-sniffing dogs who served overseas are going to their forever homes after 17 months of wondering and waiting in Mt. Ho…
Medicare fraud sentence will cost Austin physician $1.2 million in repayments.
The attorney for Nathanel Eddleman says Eddleman was tending to his cellphone and was distracted while driving when he heard an impact of so…
One billion phones risk being hacked with one text that automatically downloads malware to your phone.
Crews believe the fire was electrical.
Emergency hearing for Planned Parenthood begins tomorrow.
Some residents along East Cesar Chavez will ask the city today to stop issuing all new building permits.