A person is barricaded inside a home on the 1300 block of Cedar Avenue.
USA Today’s editorial board breaks their 34-year tradition of staying out of political endorsements to ask voters not to support Trump.
One in seven people don’t know where they will get their next meal.
The money raised goes towards funds for classroom upgrades, textbook scholarships, AP exams and college readiness initiatives.
According to Austin police, the boy is up and walking around.
If Braxton stays on track, he’ll graduate from college a week before he graduates from high school.
The transportation department says, this weekend, it’s all hands on deck to make sure rideshare drivers are playing by city rules.
This kiosk now sits in the lobby of Constable Precinct 5 in downtown Austin at 1003 Guadalupe St.
TxDOT is one step closer to finding out if this project can become a reality, after Thursday night’s public hearing.
Austin police and the festival released tips on how to safely park and store your items and what’s the best way to get to South Austin’s Zil…
The new data shows the typical Texas household income increased by $2,555 last year and there are still big gaps between the lowest and high…
The expansion will begin in Hays County and will add coverage on I-35, US 183, SH 71, Loop 1 and US 290 West totaling an additional 53 miles…
After an Austin mother received a terminal prenatal diagnosis, she made the decision to carry the baby to term.
More than 1,200 people from more than 60 countries became citizens in Austin on Thursday.
The deputy’s attorney wouldn’t comment Thursday but denied the allegations in a court document.
Ana Prado’s license was already suspended when she cut through a funeral procession on Sept. 1, crashing into Officer Amir Abdul-Khaliq.
Complaints about Samsung washing machines “exploding” have been surfacing around the country.