The cause of death is listed as “in-custody death with application of physical restraints” and also listed “acute psychosis” as a significan…
A new study aims to improve downtown Austin parking and help business in center city.
The commission will explore solutions to what is being called “justice gap”: a growing number of potential clients with legal problems who c…
A woman who was part of the group smuggled into the country fell from a bridge and was severely injured.
Officials on Monday announced the rescue that took place at the Falfurrias checkpoint.
In October, Gov. Greg Abbott cut off all Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood due to the undercover videos that accused the organization o…
The family accepted a foundation’s offer to pay for Ahmed’s education in Qatar and has since moved to the Persian Gulf country.
Before you sink your teeth into some turkey this Thursday, keep in mind these food safety tips.
Keep your eyes peeled this morning, there’s and Amber Alert out for two kids from Hill County in North Texas.
Folks came from all over to help with the Tree of Honor, decorating trees with over 900 ornaments to both honor children who have died from …
Police believe the children are in grave or immediate danger.
KXAN takes an in-depth look at the system and possible solutions at the Capitol.
Protesters went on a three-day pilgrimage from a Hutto detention facility to the Governor’s mansion to rally against Greg Abbott’s oppositio…
The program’s deadline to apply for Christmas toys is December 1st at 5 p.m.
A Terrell man is dead after allegedly getting into an altercation with another group of people at the Twin Peaks location in Mesquite.
University of Texas Chancellor William McRaven shared his thoughts on how to defeat ISIS, at a national security conference.
Anyone who is considering loan modifications should make sure the company is licensed before forking over any money.
The Friday statement from the governor named Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays and Travis counties, as well as 11 others.
In all, people with a 512 area code complained to the FTC nearly 24,000 times this past fiscal year regarding robocalls.
The figure compares to a statewide jobless rate of 4.2 percent in September.