Austin Independent School District officials say a mix-up led to students’ social security numbers mistakenly being posted up in the school building.
The Lower Colorado River Authority is trying to decide whether to raise the price Central Texas consumers pay for water.
Many of the lawsuits filed against Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative following the 2011 Bastrop Complex fires have been settled, company officials said.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America released its annual list of the worst cities for spring allergies. The report combines data on pollen count, allergy medication us and the number of allergists in the area.
Motorcycle racing returns to Circuit of the Americas next week with the Moto GP Red Bull Grand Prix of Americas. KXAN sports reporter Chris Tavarez safely came about as close as possible to simulating what those riders go through on the track.
The head of America’s auto safety watchdog is blaming General Motors for a failure to act sooner to warn consumers of a defect in small cars that is linked to 13 deaths.
Estimated financial losses from the deadly Washington mudslide that has killed at least 24 people have reached $10 million, Gov. Jay Inslee said Monday in a letter asking the federal government for a major disaster declaration.
Teresa Roberson has been teaching for nearly two decades, the last 4 1/2 years at Akins High School in Austin. But on Friday, she called it quits.
The Red Cross provided displaced tenants with hotel rooms for a few nights after the March 8 fire, but most were forced to return to the Wheless Manor Apartments because it was their only choice.
To help detect the flames faster, one high-tech system that promises to spot the flames could be coming to neighborhoods in Austin.
Austin police are looking through surveillance video in an effort to track down a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman.
A loaded gun was found under a portable building on the Webb Middle School campus on Monday, Austin Independent School District police said.
A man is accused of taping steak knives to his hands and threatening family members after he believed they stole a winning lottery ticket from him, according to an arrest affidavit.
Attorney Ray Hutchison, a former legislator, gubernatorial candidate and the husband of former U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, has died. He was 81.
The fight in Texas over the once-a decade redrawing of election districts is a boon to lawyers with a court battle still raging four years after the 2010 census.