The memorial service for Mike Fry, the man who died while drag boat racing in Marble Falls, is today.
Only 58 percent of part-time college students return for their second year; compared to the 91 percent of full time students that return the…
Governor Greg Abbott signed a new legislation into law requiring college campuses to establish a policy on sexual assaults.
Austin ISD leaders are giving the community a chance to voice their opinions on changing school names today.
One year ago baby Kingston’s mother Shelia Threadgill was at the Williamson County Courthouse when she went into labor.
A local high school made the list of “America’s Top High Schools,” by Newsweek.
Cruz said he “absolutely” favors ending automatic citizenship to those born in the country, as guaranteed in the 14th amendment.
Jason Paul Smith, who said in a 911 call he was Abdul Yasin, was arrested in Lubbock, Texas, where he’s charged with conveying false and mis…
The reopening of the Reproductive Services facility would bring to 20 the number of abortion clinics in Texas, down from 41 in 2012.
The coroner’s office says he died of a gunshot wound and his death has been ruled a suicide.
A third-grade teacher in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District has been charged with two counts of indecency with a child.
The City of San Marcos is implementing Stage 2 drought restrictions effective August 23 in response to rapidly dropping aquifer levels.
Speaking Wednesday at the Iowa State Fair, the Republican presidential hopeful said he would secure the border through more guards, fencing …
Neighbors complained that he feeds the peacocks and lets the colorful creatures stray and soil their property.
Lawmakers spent $800 million of border security last session, the most ever. Much of that pays for more DPS troopers in the Rio Grande Valle…
Earlier this week, Sid Miller shared a Facebook post that suggested bombing the Muslim population.
The $36,000,000 bonds voters approved will fix or extend five roads in Kyle.
With the number of school absences on the rise, Central Texas schools are losing approximately $90 million each year.
The special prosecutor leading the case against Perry says it’s built on evidence, not politics, and deserves to go to trial.
The first day of school is just around the corner, but many Texas districts still have teaching spots to fill.