The cuts would have gone into effect next week
While the high-speed internet race is underway, some neighborhoods are falling victim to the infrastructure growth.
The case relates to smoke damage from the 2011 Bastrop wildfires
Leading academics, archivists and others are criticizing efforts by Texas officials to claim ownership of part of a historical collection at…
The Austin Parks and Recreation Department has been working on improvements for Auditorium Shores, unveiling the park’s new name along with …
A local foodie has issued a 30-day challenge for a month of home-cooked meals.
The Williamson County Sheriff, James R. Wilson, has announced that he will not be running for reelection once his current term ends.
Sept. 26 marks the day hundreds of bikers will roar into town for a good cause.
There is some debate at Austin’s City Hall about solar energy contracts, which could ultimately impact your electric bill.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children honored the Abbotts as well as DPS Special Agent Christopher Kendall as Texas Heroes …
It may seem like a fantasy from Back to Future, but NASA is working with a company who has developed a real hoverboard.
A woman died after trying to run across the freeway Friday morning.
The initiative is aimed to connect schools and communities with local farmers and ranchers.
Students at Cedar Ridge High School will show their support for law enforcement today.
Almost $15 billion is currently owed in payments in Texas alone
Bond has been set at $25,000, or $12,500 for each of the 2 charges.
Sept. 24 marks the commencement of the largest genre film festival in the U.S.
Deliberations continue in the murder case of a former Bastrop county deputy.
The new “Healthy Texas Women” program could expand low income teens’ access to another 5,000 health providers.
The four were part of a multinational mission to Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula.