Archer’s Challenge gives students and staff a new perspective on what it’s like to be in a wheelchair.
The study shows that only 74 percent of deadly officer-involved shootings in Texas are being reported to the Attorney General’s Office.
Amy Ford says her daughter found the message on a pipe behind her home.
A non-profit helping children who struggle to understand a parent’s disease is expanding into Williamson County.
The principal says the Travis County District Attorney’s Office reviewed the allegations and declined to prosecute the case.
The detonations were supposed to sever the steel arch and bridge deck and cause a controlled collapse.
Sheldon, the tortoise, was able to get about 100 yards away from his home when a citizen noticed the pet on the road.
The city-owned utility says the industry has grown rapidly and is starting to attract companies looking to make a quick buck.
KXAN’s John Dabkovich had a Q&A with tech industry analyst Patrick Moorhead.
Atwood Kenjura was walking with his family to the start line of the Race for the Cure in downtown Austin when he began to feel dizzy.
Cruz spent months as a Trump holdout only to announce his support last month.
The Facebook post about the incident was shared thousands of times within in a matter of hours.
In an effort to have music venues get along with their non-music venue neighbors, the city is hosting a company that builds sound mitigation…
Her story isn’t a unique one.
The fire started just before 2 p.m. in the 7500 block of Nez Perce Trace.
The burger chain’s decision comes after a rash of pranks around the country that have involved eerie clown sightings.
The dogs suffered irritated eyes and discolored coats after the mailman sprayed them from the other side of the fence where they were barkin…