KXAN continues to look into the dozens of high water bills residents throughout Austin say they’re getting for the month of August.
Governor Greg Abbott issued a statewide call to stand with law enforcement in Texas.
Prosecutors say a man accused of abusing a 19-month-old child to death in the Hill Country pleaded guilty to first degree murder charges.
The company says passengers do not need to see out of the windshield during a downpour because they aren’t driving the car.
A 19-year-old Houston teen died after posing with a gun to take a selfie.
Clark was handed over to 13 agents of the FBI and was flown to Texas on a specially chartered plane from the bureau.
Taxi drivers plan to ask the committee to make Uber drivers follow the same rules as taxi drivers.
Witnesses told police two men were seen getting out of a car and got into a verbal altercation with the teenage boy.
Investigators say they don’t believe he was targeted as a random law enforcement officer.
The new law requires the Texas Department of Public Safety to approve at least three dispensaries by September 2017
A prosecutor for the Travis County District Attorney’s Office talks about why the 2012 aggravated assault case against Shannon Mills was dro…
The Texas Racing Commission has suspended operations — meaning horse and dog racing tracks cannot take bets — amid legislative funding squ…
Even though we’re not out of the summer heat yet, ERCOT hosted a media conference on Tuesday to discuss its fall and preliminary winter outl…
The Austin Public Library is offering a new feature for those with a library card.
A new law went into effect Sept. 1 requiring Texans to complete an extra step before they get behind the wheel.
We have been covering the changes with our media partners, the Texas Tribune, as a part of their series “31 Days, 31 Ways,” highlighting law…
Tuesday, the Austin Independent School District and more than 600 other school districts will take their case to the Texas Supreme Court pus…
HAAM Benefit Day is an event that helps Austin musicians who can’t afford health insurance.
Sheriff Susan Pamerleau said what the video shows “is a cause for concern,” though her office in a Facebook post criticized its release.
As law enforcement falls under increased scrutiny, and falls under attack, people willing to put on the uniform for a career are becoming ha…