Starting this week, kids can get free flu shots at school.
O’Donnell ISD Superintendent Dr. Cathy Amonett says she received a letter from a group called the Freedom From Religion Foundation on Wednes…
The Austin Regional Intelligence Center was established in 2010 with more than a dozen staff including officers and detectives.
Since the video was posted, the store’s owner posted a lengthy apology on Facebook. The video has also been removed.
Former Temple police Officer Erick French II was arrested Thursday on a charge of making a false statement to federal investigators.
A former Texas Department of Public Safety worker must serve 18 months in prison for accepting bribes to help people in the U.S. illegally g…
A student from San Marcos was hit and killed while riding her bike in College Station.
Troopers are worried about his health and safety.
An incoming grease processing facility in Southeast Austin has riled neighbors, who are concerned about the plant’s smells, increased traffi…
Federal prosecutors say the 39-year-old Anderson man violated smuggling laws related to protection of an endangered species.
“Tolerance is a 360 thing. And, we care. And, we give clients what they want,” a member of the group responsible for the signs said.
14-month-old Daisy Lynn Torres died following a visit to an Austin Children’s Dentistry location earlier this year.
A female student is dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound following a shooting Thursday morning at Alpine High School in west T…
TXDOT suspended late fees for nearly two years while they changed their billing system.
In four years, Texas hopes to provide an estimated 1,500 unaccompanied children living on the streets with a more permanent place to call ho…
The more students attend class, the more money school districts receive, which improves the quality of education.
With nine weeks left to go until Americans go to the polls, it’s getting close in Texas.
The board will decide whether to adopt the textbook in November but the decision will ultimately be left to school districts.
“I did not choose this disease, but I am choosing to treat it aggressively and openly.”
Estimates say that between 13 and 16 percent of existing pre-K classrooms are exceeding that.