KXAN News caught up with Attorney General Ken Paxton and asked him questions about his possible criminal indictment.
The search is on for the thief who stole a Williamson County couple’s puppy.
This week, emergency responders from across the country were at Texas A&M, learning the latest drone technologies, to use for flood disaster…
Republican Attorney General, Ken Paxton, is scheduled to testify before Texas lawmakers about his investigations into the Planned Parenthood…
Prosecutors charged 53-year-old Lawrence Madrid with smuggling immigrants into the United States on two separate occasions at the Bridge of …
According to Cedar Park Police Chief Sean Mannix, 20-year-old Cody Nolf was involved in an assault, ran into a house and refused to come out…
DPS added Christopher James Lopez, 20, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list.
A new study says 4,500 more Texans will die each year as a result of the heat by 2050.
Police say a pastor sleeping in his office at a Houston-area church awoke to confront a burglary suspect and then shot the man.
23 cadets became full game wardens in a special ceremony. It marked the first time cadets and state park police officers trained and graduat…
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…
Emergency hearing for Planned Parenthood begins tomorrow.
A man is in the hospital with critical life-threatening injuries after he was hit by a car in South Austin Monday night.
Will Texans Ted Cruz and Rick Perry make it to the first debate of the GOP race?
KXAN has learned the increase in temperature has led to an increase in emergency response calls.
A former 41-pound cat dubbed Skinny has lost more than half of his weight to become the darling of a Dallas veterinary clinic.
Several bars along Rainey Street were included in the lawsuits.
Final vote determines whether openly gay individuals can serve as Boy Scout Masters.
Changes to parking at Austin’s City Hall leads to more parking available to the public.