“Someone in the crowd yelled, ‘I could have made that. So we let him have a go.”
An app allows residents to make a variety of requests ranging from reporting a pothole to asking the library a question.
The picture has since gone viral, with calls, by some, for the student’s expulsion.
The cocaine was hidden in a compartment in the truck’s front-end.
A person is barricaded inside a home on the 1300 block of Cedar Avenue.
USA Today’s editorial board breaks their 34-year tradition of staying out of political endorsements to ask voters not to support Trump.
One in seven people don’t know where they will get their next meal.
An examination by the Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office determined both Rodriguez and Perez’s deaths were homicides.
The money raised goes towards funds for classroom upgrades, textbook scholarships, AP exams and college readiness initiatives.
According to Austin police, the boy is up and walking around.
If Braxton stays on track, he’ll graduate from college a week before he graduates from high school.
The state wants the ability to refuse a refugee if the Governor does not believe they have been adequately screened.
First weekend of ACL is finally here and the weather will be on its best behavior bringing the coolest weekend forecast since spring.
The transportation department says, this weekend, it’s all hands on deck to make sure rideshare drivers are playing by city rules.
This kiosk now sits in the lobby of Constable Precinct 5 in downtown Austin at 1003 Guadalupe St.
Chef Ashley Neave taught us how to step up our breakfast game.
Austin Kalman of The Aristocrat Lounge made us the sweetest little drink!