The death-penalty case against a North Texas man accused of killing former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and another man remains on track for a May trial.
A 2-year-old Central Texas girl is dead after a dog her family was watching for a friend attacked her.
A low-flying airplane, and the explosion that followed, shattered the calm as employees started their workday in Northwest Austin four years ago.
Travis County Commissioners Court voted Tuesday to ban outdoor burning in the unincorporated areas of the county.
Austin police will meet today with downtown employees to discuss safety issues in the downtown area.
The Wal-Mart employees credited with subduing Brandon Daniel gave detailed testimony of what happened in the moments leading up to and after Senior Officer Jaime Padron was shot and killed in April of 2012.
A woman walked away without any injuries after a train crashed into her car in Des Plaines, Ill.
Being the champion that he his, the bear tried over and over again to squeeze in, but sometimes you just can’t fit a square peg into a round hole.
Thieves have stolen nearly $55,000 worth of computers from a storage area at the University of Texas in Austin.
Early voting for the March primaries kicked off Tuesday morning. The Texas Civil Justice League is campaigning across the state to educate Texans about the judicial elections and improve voter turnout.
How bright is too bright when it comes to lighting on your home? Some people living in West Lake Hills are asking city leaders to crack down on what they feel is excessive outdoor lighting.
Shane Hill was in his first floor office in the Echelon Building when Joe Stack flew his small plane into south side of the complex. He was 20 feet away from the point of impact.
Technology still reigns supreme in the capital city. Austin is home to some 4,000 technology companies, accounting for about 35 percent of the area’s total payroll.
According to the city’s transportation department, quiet zones are expanding north and east of downtown. But construction on new zones could take awhile.
Students in the Lampasas school district got a lesson in saving lives Monday.