Instead of an eraser at the tip, the pencils contain a biodegradable capsule with seeds inside.
Saturday marks the start of deer hunting season but there is a battle brewing between breeders and the state that could affect Texas’ $2 bil…
According to APD, the incident began as a fight between two men in the parking lot of the Valero, that ended in a stabbing.
Recently another driver’s windshield was struck by a rock on Interstate 35 in Central Austin early Thursday morning.
Watch the video to hear more 911 calls from last week’s floods. Authorities say all of the callers were successfully rescued.
A new Water Management Plan now lets the Lower Colorado River Authority limit downstream water releases at any time, no matter how much wate…
He was reported missing on Friday, October 30, when he didn’t return home from watching a movie in Cedar Park.
The waiting list is growing longer for a program in the Leander Independent School District geared toward parents who don’t even have kids i…
Several factors played a role in the devastating flooding that caught the city of Kyle off guard on Friday.
As flood recovery continues across Central Texas, many families are still trying to figure out how to pick up the pieces – and how to pay fo…
The one patient was taken to UMCB with potentially serious injuries, ATCEMS says.
A federal agency has apologized after an employee posted a sign outside his Texas home saying Halloween candy would only be given to America…
Austin Police will be staffed at 100 percent and will monitor all known low-water crossings.
It’s a race against the clock to get debris from last weekend’s floods removed before more storms move in.
Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette will be only the second female president in the institution’s 140-year history.
Some 65 people are expected to spend the night at the Dittmar Rec Center.
The company said in September that it would allow more kinds of ads, including longer video spots, on the photo-sharing service.
We caught up with Eve Michaels again for another $100 look.
The board of directors of both companies unanimously approved the transaction.
“If we don’t double down today, we’ll face the same thing again and again in cities across the nation.”