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Thursday morning the Austin City Council will vote on providing $300,000 a year for capital improvement projects.
A week after 47-year-old Grace Chen was found dead near her North Austin language institute, the Asian community had questions and wanted answers from Austin’s police chief.
Cameron Ridley had 20 points and 10 rebounds and made a big defensive play with a block in the final minute as No. 24 Texas held on to beat Baylor 74-69 on Wednesday night.
The Texas American Civil Liberties Union is asking Governor Rick Perry to ban the use of pepper spray and Tasers in schools.
In the past month, the Allandale neighborhood in central Austin has seen an influx in bicycle thefts, according to the Austin Police Department.
The Marble Falls City Council decided to delay their selection for the city’s next assistant manager until their March 4 meeting.
A Texas judge has rejected Lance Armstrong’s request to stop an arbitration panel from reviewing $12 million in bonuses the cyclist was paid before admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs.
The necessary permits for Lady Gaga to play the Doritos Stage during South by Southwest were denied by the City of Austin over safety concerns, city officials said.
Austin Community College is a step closer to finishing its Highland Campus, and the former J.C. Penny building at Highland Mall no longer looks like a shopping space.
Rooftops in an East Austin community are covered with solar panels. It’s a place where the concentration of electric cars may be higher than any neighborhood in the nation. And the energy industry is learning from what homeowners here do.
An Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services Chief has agreed to take 30 unpaid days off work after taking home his city-issued vehicle more than once in the past year. The actions violated departmental policy, records show.
A photo posted on Instagram that appeared to show a soldier deliberately avoiding saluting the flag touched off a military investigation and a storm of criticism.
For the third consecutive year, rice farmers is Southeast Texas are being cut off from irrigation water from the Highland Lakes – a decision that will affect the livelihood of thousands.
Texas prison administrators are considering policy changes that could result in fewer inmates serving long periods of time in solitary confinement.