Man dies overnight. Texas businesses uniting against anti-LGBTQ legislation. Not enough CPS to keep kids safe.
Most Americans know the basics about the former First Lady and Secretary of State, but here are 10 facts you might not know.
A car hit a trash vehicle killing the driver at the scene around 3:19 a.m.
Roger Wallace and the Austin American Statesman’s Danny Davis evaluate the midway mark of Shane Buechele’s freshman season and why Texas has…
In 17 seasons at Texas State, coach Kat Conner has never felt more alive.
Here’s a number to know: 171. That’s the number of children the state says died of neglect and abuse last year.
Two children were on board the bus at the time of the collision, but were uninjured.
“Basically we’re saying, any legislation that discriminates or creates an air of discrimination, is simply bad for business and it’s not wha…
It’s called Sublingual Immuno-therapy and benefits patients that have that particular allergy.
In Texas, the latest statewide survey shows Trump is ahead of his Democratic rival, but he’s not up by much.
According to the research, texting isn’t the only distraction that caused drivers stress.
Austin police, the fire department and EMS are at the scene of multiple incidents
If you are so proud you made it to the polls you feel the urge to snap a picture of yourself in the booth, think again, if you’re in Texas.
“We all failed. If one goes down, we all fail as a community.”
The candidates for Travis County sheriff have a difference of opinion when it comes to cooperating with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Last week, a mosquito sample collected north of downtown Georgetown tested positive for West Nile.
He was also sentenced Monday by a judge to 120 days in jail after earlier pleading guilty in the 2013 assault at his home.