The city says the enforcement is complaint driven and they simply don’t have the staff to go inspect every business in Austin to explain the…
Parents who are supportive of the law argue that adding cameras into classrooms will ensure the safety of children with special needs who ar…
Gov. Greg Abbott says he would like laws changed to make performing partial-birth abortions a state felony.
One of a pair of twin DJ’s known as the Foreign Twiinz was arrested Thursday night for his alleged part in an armed robbery.
Gun lovers can tie the knot with their shotguns in hand.
When traveling on Cesar Chavez Street you can just make out one of the two yellow arches for the new Butterfly Bridge.
A fugitive from Gonzales County was caught in Fayette County Wednesday night after escaping arrest twice.
The Texas Board of Veterinarian Medical Examiners found a violation in the case of Brenham veterinarian, Kristen Lindsey, who is accused of …
The City Council decided to go ahead with a plan to rebuilt the South Terminal at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport.
This year E3 is providing 26,000 vaccines to all students to help them stay healthy in school.
The Texas Tribune Managing Editor, Ayan Mittra, joined us in the studio to discuss the series “31 Days, 31 Ways.”
Lawmakers only recently passed a bill making it legal for licensed hair stylists to to work on location at weddings.
A man is suing the City in Austin after a tree fell and injured him on the Butler Hike and Bike Trail in 2013.
The male patient, 26, was in critical condition.
The weapons — an AK-47, two handguns, ammunition and a knife — were found in his backpack after his parents reported him missing.
Firefighters are training on two new personal watercrafts.
Health officials say a fourth person has died in Texas this year after contracting the West Nile virus.
KBVO will air the game on Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.
Authorities say Jonathan Miser of Orange Grove was captured Wednesday at residence near London, about 125 miles northwest of Austin.
Indicted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton made his first court appearance at 10 a.m. on charges that he defrauded investors