Two more potential rock throwings Saturday night along I-35 in downtown Austin are under investigation.
NFL receiver Jeremy Kerley returned to Hutto for his annual youth football camp. This year, Kerley will be representing a new team.
Austin Fire Chief Rhoda Mae Kerr has lifted a watercraft ban Sunday that was issued for Ladybird Lake and Lake Austin.
Brooks Koepka knew all those spectators lined several deep along the fairways and around the greens were there to cheer for one his playing …
The Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton met with the family of David Joseph during her visit in Austin Friday.
The city of Wimberley comes together to remember the people and property lost in last year’s flood.
The oldest swimming pool in Texas is celebrating has finally reached its 100th birthday.
Police responded to a report of shots being fired in the 10000 block of N. Lamar Boulevard, Saturday afternoon.
Results from a study by the American Heart Association finds alarming numbers on the risk of strokes in the country.
Search crews are scouring for further wreckage of the aircraft
The driver of the red car, Faustino Torres Mijes, 29, of Austin, was pronounced dead at the scene after he was ejected from the vehicle.
Over the past several decades, nine people have disappeared into the depths of Lake Travis never to be seen again.
Police say as the officer and a faculty member escorted the child to the principal’s office, the boy began to resist and the officer restrai…
A resolution passed Thursday asks the city manager to look into how the city’s economic development department can help new ride-hailing bus…
The video is now the most watched Facebook Live video with nearly 70 million views and counting.
Arevalo had alcohol levels of .175 and .178 after he submitted to breath and blood tests – more than twice the legal limit.
The most viewed video of the week was a student riding a dirt bike through Lehman High School in Kyle for his “senior prank.”
“I tell ya. I don’t feel that bad about breaking a bad law.”
Currently the shelter is full and with peak intake season just around the corner, they’re concerned it could be much worse this year.
Studio 512 teamed up with Next Stop to explore the amazing selection of summer activities in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory.