The event will be taking place at Sitric House & Home at 3401 W. Slaughter Lane from 3 – 6 p.m. Sunday.
One man was seriously injured after a shooting in North Austin Sunday afternoon.
He is accused of going online and trying to lure a 14-year-old girl into a sexual relationship.
This week we are taking a closer look at water, drought, and the future of Texas.
Police say three Dallas-area firefighters have been hurt and a trucker killed when his 18-wheeler hit a stopped ladder truck at a DWI wreck …
Memorial Day weekend flooding in parts of Texas, including Wimberley, claimed more than two dozen lives statewide.
Police have been called to Roxanna Drive more than 80 times; with calls ranging from drugs to sexual assaults and shots fired since a fight …
Saturday marked the second day of the “Sweating With Strong” women’s clinic
The FDA gave it the okay in 1996 and now some 8-million Americans are using it for treatment.
One man is dead and another critically injured after a head on collision on South US 183 near Texas State Highway 45.
Family and friends came together Saturday afternoon to pay their respects for Conrado ‘Conrad’ Guadalupe Contreras, the victim of the Omni H…
Ted Cruz accused Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of lying, and said he was no better than his Democratic predecessor and couldn’t be trusted…
Fraud experts tell KXAN there are some little things that make real money different from fake money.
Bergdahl is the soldier who left his post in Afghanistan and was held by the Taliban for five years.
Two men are behind bars after, Round Rock police, say they restrained a man with duct tape and robbed him at gunpoint in his home on Wednesd…
According to Friday’s ruling, Perry is protected by the First Amendment right to free speech and thus the charge that he coerced Lehmberg wa…
While the situation has improved, the feral hogs along SH-130 are still a danger to motorists.
Organizers of the protest hope the event has larger reaching consequences with Bland’s death serving to cut down on police brutality.
“We did everything we could, everything humanly possible to keep the doors open. We just couldn’t do it anymore.”
KXAN News sat down with a member of the Austin Police Training Academy for a look at how APD officers learn to interact with the public.