A legal fight between the federal government and Silicon Valley with broad implications for digital privacy and national security could be c…
Powerful members of the GOP-controlled legislature signaled they are continuing to pursue new efforts that critics say are discriminatory.
Police say the drugs were found in several checked luggage.
A basic handbag nearly every woman carries could save her life.
One person died in a three vehicle crash in Georgetown.
Mild days and relatively mild nights are encouraging some area plants to grow too early, while others benefit from the warmer temperatures.
President Fenves said while he personally does not believe handguns belong on campus, he has an obligation to uphold the law.
The program will teach the athletes about setting goals, empathy and other values tied athletic leadership.
International wire transfer service agreed to improve fraud protection after users fell prey to money transfer fraud.
Austin police say a SWAT team is responding to a call of a barricaded person near St. Edward’s University.
Despite a lack of support from Senate colleagues, the Republican presidential candidate has a small loyal group of supporters in the House.
Several local students got the chance of life-time; they were able to chat with astronauts live on the international space station.
Pope Francis is slated to finish his Ciudad Juarez trip on Wednesday with the open-air Mass in a large field near Benito Juarez Stadium.
Teachers, staff, and parents expected to turn out for Day of Action, will “walk-ins” at 3 Austin schools to show support for funding communi…
Malachi Love-Robinson opened a medical office in West Palm Beach and passed himself off as a doctor.
The mayor of a remote South Texas town who faces federal corruption charges was led from a city council meeting in handcuffs.
The 17-year-old’s mother, Kamecca Bolton, said she is frustrated that she doesn’t know exactly how her son died.
Council member Don Zimmerman is proposing to use money collected for the general revenue fund to be used to lower monthly bills.
Anderson High School principal says it is the only public school in Texas to offer manufacturing for students.
Austin Water will test cellular-based smart water meters starting this month, following complaints of high water bills.