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Critics of President Obama knocked his outreach effort to American Muslims during National Prayer Breakfast and mosque visit.
The health and human services department says the mosquito that carries Zika is endemic to Central Texas.
No human interaction with the fox has been reported, the city says. The community is asked to report any possible contact with the fox in th…
After an investigation, the district was able to clear the situation and determined the school was safe and secure.
It has no windows — but offers unrestricted views of Armageddon.
You might have run into a similar problem at a concert where everyone’s trying to post selfies with the headliners at once.
The jaguar has been photographed repeatedly by remote sensor cameras in the Santa Rita mountains over the past few years.
The settlement agreement with the family of Larry Jackson, Jr. is the second approved by the city tied to the shooting involving Det. Charle…
MASSIV, the German word for massive, will offer thrill-seekers a way to pump their adrenaline while cooling off from the summer sun.
Chris Whitmarsh, 73, was found dead inside his home by a neighbor in November.
At Thursday’s City Council meeting, the public will be allowed to weigh in on which ridesharing ordinance they prefer.
No Refusal DWI weekend has arrived as Austinites plan to party for the Super Bowl, Mardis Gras, and Fat Tuesday.
Court documents say Michael Tapia was killed Jan. 26 in a drug-related incident.
Multiple people have been arrested after the FBI teamed up with the San Antonio Police Department, Texas Rangers, and Border Protection.
The defendants, who’ve been living in the U.S., are accused of filing more than 3,200 bogus tax returns since 2014.