“World’s Largest Rattlesnake Round-Up” educates people on snake safety, snake habits, and what do if bitten by one.
Runner Steve Chase joined us in the KXAN studio to discuss his journey to the finish line.
The plan has a focus on vaccines to prevent viruses that cause cancer.
San Antonio Observer making headlines for reportedly threatening to publish the names and addresses of police officers who are involved in a…
Police made an arrest this morning after a person set a small fire on the tracks of the Austin MetroRail.
Babies born addicted spend their first few days alive detoxing off the drugs their mothers consumed while pregnant.
When buildings collapse in future disasters, the hero helping rescue trapped people may be a robotic cockroach.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler said, “In this Year of Mobility, adding more lanes and more options to 183 North will increase mobility between nor…
Getting caught with drugs in Texas can land you a spot behind bars, but there is a push at the state capitol to change the law.
Austin police will meet with TXDot and the city’s transportation department to work on a new solution to stop whomever is throwing rocks at …
The Austin Fire Depart. said the fire started in the water heater closet, before moving under the crawl space at the house.
The sixth graders at Ann Richards School in Austin spent the morning learning basic coding skills, thanks to Google’s “Made with Code” progr…
Instead of one centrally located clinic, there will be a total of three, called Centers for Excellence.
A new documentary hoping to change the way schools approach learning is catching the attention of educators and lawmakers in Central Texas.
A crowd of onlookers watched the chase, which lasted several hours until forest workers shot the big cat with a tranquilizer dart.
Austin City Council members are using parts of their portion of the “Quarter Cent Fund” to improve safety getting to and from schools in the…
A spokeswoman said Attorney General Ken Paxton is evaluating his next options.
Seven candidates are vying for Elliott Naishtat’s Austin seat.
He served in the Army from 2002 to 2008 and was stationed in Texas and Korea.
According to an arrest affidavit, she drove into a parked car in the 1200 block of East Seventh Street just before 1 a.m.