Sheriff’s deputy has been charged with theft for allegedly charging $2,900 of her own expenses to an inmate’s credit card.
Customers will see tattoo parlors and fresh-pressed juice stands inside the company’s new millennial focused shops.
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Pearl Events Austin is located at 1206 West 38th Street. Suite #1104. Find out more about their services at pearleventsaustin.com or call 51…
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Call them at 512-260-3602 or go to texashumaneheroes.org to find out more about adopting, volunteering, fostering or donating.
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Jacoby’s Restaurant and Mercantile is located at 3235 East Cesar Chavez. Call them at 512-366-5808 or go to jacobysaustin.com fore more info…
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15,000 runners are flocking to Austin for Sunday’s Marathon to run for one of the 25 non-profits featured by the event.
Families say national attention on Steven Avery following the Netflix series “Making a Murderer” frustrates and outrages them.
The rivals spent much of Thursday’s sixth Democratic presidential debate in a respectful discussion of their marginal differences on issues …
Thirty years ago Friday, surgeons at the Seton Medical Center in Austin performed the first heart transplant in Central Texas. There have be…
There is not shortage of free events in Austin this weekend.
Goalies in hockey not only have the most unique job in all of sports, they have some of the most unique equipment, too.
Last year, we reported on the plans the University of Texas had to do away with the golf course and redevelop the land, which it owns.