Safety inspectors said Tyson workers were exposed to high levels of carbon dioxide and peracetic acid, along with amputation hazards.
The school zone flashers will be tested the rest of the week
“The results of the ground-penetrating radar examinations are very promising.”
The unity and pride surrounding Team USA while competing in Rio contrast sharply with the presidential race.
The 18-wheeler was loosened from the truck it was attached to after hitting a bump in the road.
ATCEMS says this could be the body of the swimmer who went missing on Friday while boating with friends.
“Popped it open, took a big swig, and it felt like grit or sand in my teeth.”
Witnesses say the victim and the suspect had “beef” with each other.
The county will decide next Tuesday whether a new burn ban should be implemented.
You could change songs on your smart phone by tapping the tattoo.
In honor of its 100th location opening, Shake Shack is giving out free burgers.
Back in 1998 Austin voters approved spending $25 million to built it. It has ballooned to more than $160 million.
Rain continues to soak Austin with widespread totals of one to three inches, with some areas seeing four inches or more.
This upcoming school year there are more options for parents when it comes to pre-kindergarten classes.
A child noticed Dixon Ramirez Valez, 4, was along the edge of the pool and seemed to be sleeping.
The U.S. has collected five individual apparatus medals over the first two days of gymnastics event finals.
More than the Score goes 1-on-1 with Charlie Strong. Manor’s Erick Fowler arrives in camp for the Texas Longhorns.