New AAA study shows around 87 percent of drivers engaged in at least one risky behavior while driving within the past month.
Obama signed a bill banning U.S. imports of fish caught by slaves, gold mined by children and garments sewn by abused women.
$2.5 million in funding would answer questions about future projects that will have a direct impact on your commute.
One fire was taken to the hospital for a back injury.
“Women in government” meeting suggested female leaders ask too many questions, and aren’t interested in financial arguments.
Will enough Texans stand behind Ted Cruz to beat Donald Trump?
And after the initial first-month grace period, starting February 8 those violators ignoring the bus warnings are now receiving $300 tickets…
It is believed to be the first gunfire attack ever on an APD chopper.
After the legislature reversed a requirement for school bus evacuation training, districts now choose what works for them.
Prosecutors say they cost a U.S. Defense Department agency $65 million.
She says she may have the pearl made into a necklace.
He allegedly targeted at least 33 women and stole more than $250,000 worth of items from their dorms or apartments.
The suit seeks an injunction against the administrative rule that says states are responsible for the fee and others.
AISD announced Wednesday it would begin discussing a plan to build a facility in the Mueller neighborhood.
WGC Dell Match Play is less than a month away, and Jordan Spieth and defending champ Rory McIlroy spoke about the event
Re-branding the office: he is about to launch a marketing blitz to tout the music office’s new brand — revamped logo and all.
Bigger roads and more parks, those are the ideas behind a $70.9 million bond proposal Leander voters will find on a May ballot.
This closes a loophole in an 85-year-old tariff law that has failed to keep products of forced and child labor out of America.
On Wednesday, Feb. 17, a man called Ben Bridge Jewelers and told an employee that he had information on the person who committed the robbery…
Officer Carlos Saldivar has been on the force since 1998, but had numerous run-ins with Internal Affairs.