The Dripping Spring’s 5th annual Tomato Round-Up is right around the corner!
Bids on the original artworks start at $400.
This year, the run was held in Fritz Park to remember the and celebrate the life of the officer.
The focus of the project was made to improve the visitor experience while addressing health and safety concerns.
Some attractions at the festival include music from local bands, armadillo races, gummy bat spitting contests and bit toe wrestling.
A Central Texas non-profit is dedicating their time to make sure parents know if their child has a healthy heart.
Heavy rains that pummeled West Virginia left at least 23 people dead, and authorities said Saturday that an unknown number of people in the …
Officers found one victim dead outside Studio 74 in Fort Worth, and several people were transported to hospitals — one of whom died from his…
Construction is underway again at the intersection of East 7th Street and Pleasant Valley
Police are investigating a man’s death in North Austin.
Austin city council member Don Zimmerman voted to advance the $720 million transportation bond proposal, but he wants to be sure city spendi…
The old law required you to buy fireworks 5,000 feet away from city limits; now you can buy them right across the street.
A group of paying customers left high and dry after authorities discover the party boat operator did not have required documents.
Last Friday, June 17, a cut fiber cable led to an outage that hit customers throughout the Austin area.
Suspects fist bump after setting fireworks ablaze in Walmart, a slider thief grabs the wallet from a woman’s car at a South Austin gas stati…
The NRA Foundation has awarded the City of Granite Shoals Police Department a grant totaling $2880 to fund Ballistic Helmets.
It will be a $720 million question to Austin voters, who will decide this fall if that’s a fair price to pay to ease traffic congestion all …