Now you can look at past Street View images dating back to 2007 on the desktop version of Google Maps.
Two base jumpers in Dubai break a world record, jumping from the top of the world’s tallest building: the Burj Khalifa.
The 77-year-old retiree is seen walking through a railroad crossing, seemingly unaware of the train which hit him.
It could threaten shipping during the Antarctic winter.
The Longhorn Startup Program teaches students how create their own business. Thursday students will pitch their invention to dozens of investors.
Austin comedian Kat Ramzinski is recovering after she says she was beaten and robbed Sunday.
Austin Police will do a security evaluation on your home. You can also go directly to the professionals about the ever-changing ways to make your home safer.
On Wednesday evening, an Austin Police Department spokesperson said Chief Art Acevedo interviewed for a position with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement within the past few weeks.
Ann Richards, only the second female governor in Texas history, was bold and brassy. Bigger than life. Could a movie capture that? HBO thinks they’ve done it with their new documentary.
Robert Heard, who reported on Texas state government, politics and sports for The Associated Press, including the 1966 University of Texas tower shootings and a groundbreaking series on race and integration of Longhorns football, has died. He was 84.
The community of Spicewood Beach has had it much worse that most, having no source of water for nearly two years. And they’re still waiting.
Junior linebacker Dalton Santos took to Twitter after finding out Thursday his mother needs open heart surgery. He asked for his followers to help raise money for the surgery.
The students were at the office staging a sit-in to protest the shared services proposal, which the university is considering implementing to increase efficiency and reduce costs.
Republican Greg Abbott says that as Texas governor he would seek bonuses for high school teachers whose students perform well on college readiness exams.
The vast majority of Texas’ commercial citrus groves now reside in expanded quarantine areas aimed at slowing the spread of a disease decimating citrus around the world.