It’s the first suit filed by players who claim they were ripped off in games allegedly rigged over several years by a man convicted of lotte…
Emotions were much different on Wednesday as Paxton was one of eight Vandegrift Vipers to sign Letters of Intent to play college sports, thr…
As part of the plea deal, prosecutors dropped a charge of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State group.
Round Rock Police say they’ve received more than a dozen calls from people saying they’ve seen the hogs running around.
The company has been getting requests for years to make non-dairy ice cream.
“It is a mystery, and it may well remain that way forever.”
Microsoft is recalling about 2.44 million AC power cords for its Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, and Surface Pro 3 computers sold before March 1…
A driver called 911 stating he was driving southbound on MoPac near Bee Cave Road just after 9 a.m. when he saw someone throw a cat out of a…
People are lining up to get a free tattoo of Bernie Sanders in Vermont.
On a cold February night in 2011, Joshua Davis Jr.’s family said he wandered away from the home and has never been seen since.
High school athletes are signing their letters of intent to various colleges throughout the country.
Austin-area high school football players sign letters of intent to colleges across the country.
The first-term senator from Kentucky exits the race having never caught on with Republican voters, who have made billionaire businessman Don…
The Austin Fire Department says they were called to the Yours Mine and Our Kids Day Care at 512 Clarke Street just after 7 a.m. for reports …
The National Registry of Exonerations said in its report Wednesday that 149 people falsely convicted of crimes were exonerated last year.
Authorities say a large tornado in rural western Alabama on Tuesday night left a trail of damage as powerful storms moved into the state.
A student at WIlliams Elementary School in South Austin was diagnosed with pertussis.
The Vision Zero committee presents their plan to the Austin Mobility Committee Wednesday.
Elaine Thompson, 67, volunteered alongside her husband, Steve, for more than 10 years helping hundreds of families in need.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office said they will spend nearly $1 million on overtime due to the shortage.