With a group of student and staff protesting a new Shared Services plan, the University of Texas insists the proposal is not a case of outsourcing.
It’s taken 20 years to put the Urban Forestry Plan in place, but now the City of Austin has a new way of managing its green space. City council approved the plan in March.
A deadly fire at a North Austin apartment complex started after non-cooking items left on a stove caught fire, investigators said.
Health and public policy experts can’t say for certain whether the electronic devices are a good thing or a bad thing overall, whether they help smokers kick the habit or are a gateway to ordinary paper-and-tobacco cigarettes.
The FBI asked for the public’s help Tuesday to identify at least 90 potential victims of a suspected child predator who worked at 10 American and other international schools abroad for more than four decades before committing suicide last month in Minnesota.
Paula Nelson, Willie Nelson’s daughter, was arrested for possession of marijuana on April 20.
The group’s boat drifted while they were swimming at a sandbar in Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands.
Rescuers sedated it, helped it to the shallow end of the pool, and lifted it out.
The volunteer chairman of a Texas agency that supervises hundreds of sex offenders deemed too dangerous to live in society has resigned.
Astronaut Rick Mastracchio at the International Space Station posted this awesome shot of himself with the Earth and its horizon in the background.
After months of investigating University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall’s efforts to get the Austin flagship campus’ president fired, a House panel scheduled a May 12 vote on whether it will recommend his possible removal.
Police say the driver, a woman in her 60s, went over a median, drove across another property, and landed in the pool at the home.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he’ll need more preparation if he runs for president again in 2016.
Now you can look at past Street View images dating back to 2007 on the desktop version of Google Maps.
Top aides to Gov. Rick Perry say it would be unwise for the next Texas governor to uproot lucrative economic development programs that have stirred growing discontent among Republicans.