For those who have to live in the turbines’ shadow, the impact on their landscape and local wildlife can be too high a cost.
She struck by lightning Sunday while playing with her siblings outside her home in the town of Holland, about 20 miles south of Temple.
Abbott will meet with Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto during a three-day trip starting Sunday. It marks the first international visit fo…
The Central Texas Regional SWAT Team responded to two separate homes at 6:30 and 6:45 a.m. Thursday morning.
Austin police are responding to an assault on the 1700 block of Whitney Way near Baty Elementary School.
The initiative was prompted by the amount of crashes over the Labor Day weekend last year.
The digital cloud storage company, Dropbox, is working to hire new people for their downtown Austin office.
Cruz is laying the ground work for the Texas voting primary scheduled for March.
The grocery store chain says the item is being recalled due to the possible presence of a milk allergen.
It’s a hands-on civics lesson. Lago Vista High School students hope their letters catch the attention of the Texas Supreme Court.
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.
According to federal documents, on July 21 a state district court in Bastrop Country issued an arrest warrant for Clark based on a charge of…
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