The photograph of Spc. Hilda Clayton was published Monday in Military Review.
There is no reason to be bored during what is expected to be a great weekend.
Here’s a quick rundown of some of Thursday’s top city council agenda items.
Gov. Greg Abbott could sign the bill into law Thursday.
Lawmakers are looking to slash the incentive program that promotes directors and producers to bring their film, television, commercial, and …
Just this week the city released the results of the study of the impact of the 2016 festival.
A European company wants to test autonomous delivery robots in Austin.
In the past Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has suffered heart problems but has maintained a vigorous public schedule.
Disabled animals are often the last to get adopted, if they’re rescued at all.
At the city level, council members say they’re discussing legal options to put a stop to SB4.
The UT Tower will be darkened Wednesday night to honor Brown.
Round Rock police say that Timothy Norman Lebar, Jr., of Hutto, was killed in the crash, that happened around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
“We are representing a different voice that stands up for a God who does not discriminate,” Rev. John Elford said.
Therapy animals were at the UT campus Wednesday to help spread a little bit of cheer.
A 20-year-old UT student lied about being stabbed in West Campus on Monday, once he realized how expensive a medical bill would be.
Tony Romo appeared Wednesday before the Texas House, which halted work so lawmakers could take photos with him. Romo was also appearing befo…
A program called Coach Kids Up is coaching the coaches to make sure kids stay healthy on the field.