A Texas mother is accused of abandoning her five children after police found them starving and filthy, with one baby near death.
The University of Texas is preparing to hear the public’s opinion on whether or not they should regulate the upcoming concealed carry law.
A Mexican national, Coreas was also wanted for Continued Sexual Assault of a child in Dallas
While the suspect was convicted in 2008 for a sex offense, police say he is the current subject of an ongoing Dallas area police investigati…
“General contractors and subcontractors must provide safe, sturdy and approved access for employees working so high above the ground.”
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt is hosting a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton along with co-hosts State Senator Judith Zaffirini from Lared…
The Texas Lyceum poll asks Texans their opinions of gay marriage, immigration, and legalizing marijuana.
Students and teachers at Blackshear Elementary are celebrating after being named a 2015 National Blue Ribbon School.
If you are looking to earn some extra cash, Amazon will soon be hiring drivers in Austin to deliver packages.
The 62-year-old bicyclist was traveling northbound on 183 when he collided with a Nissan.
New numbers from the Austin Police Department shed light on the deadliest time period for drivers on Austin’s roadways.
Among other things, he received a written reprimand in 2014 for boasting on Facebook about his tasing of a suicidal teenager.
Law enforcement agencies in Florida, Missouri and elsewhere in recent months also have added the phrase to their vehicles.
The federal policy was created under President George W. Bush and based on some policies from his time as Texas governor.
Authorities are not sure who decorated the gravesite.
Lunging at her brother with the knife poised Banks said “I’m going to kill you,” according to the affidavit.
Police said the investigation remains open, despite their questioning several people the night of the incident.
In Travis County’s Sept. 29 meeting members of the court approved new jail standards, which will allow for in-person visitation.
Work declined after Fort Worth-based American stopped using one of the engine types in 2004.
The pilot was attempting to land when the Cessna 182-A, a single-engine plane operated by Austin Skydiving Center, stalled and crashed.