Austin police got a call at about 4:30 a.m. about a burglary of a trailer on Brookswood Avenue.
City Council members approved incentive packages for two companies, Websense and Dropbox, with a 5-2 vote on Thursday.
The vehicles scooping up college kids, sometimes by the dozen, are taking away business from cab drivers. They are also breaking the law.
Starting Thursday, customers who use Bitcoins will be able to make deposits and withdrawals from a Robocoin machine located inside the Handlebar in Downtown Austin.
Xiaojia ‘Grace’ Chen, 47, was found Wednesday afternoon inside a bathroom in a second-floor building at the Galleria Oaks shopping center.
Voters might have said “no” to new funding for school career and technology programs last fall, but school leaders in Marble Falls aren’t giving up.
The Texas Department of Transportation opened the new Lakeway Drive bridge over Interstate 35 on Wednesday. The busy crossover is the only way to get to the other side of the highway for about 4.5 miles, and provides several safety features the old bridge lacked.
The modern-styled home, at 3602 Abbate Circle, uses only a quarter of the energy a typical three-bedroom, two-bath house would use.
Smithville residents are being asked to conserve water while the City works on repairing a broken pump at the water treatment facility.
Texas lieutenant governor candidate Dan Patrick, who has promised a tougher line on illegal immigration, insisted Wednesday that a former employee at his sports bar never told him that he wasn’t authorized to work in the United States.
The family of Yahir Vidal, 9, has raised $2,000 in hopes of finding the driver who killed the boy in a hit-and-run crash in December.
It’s been six months and counting since Austin Fire Department halted all new hiring in order to sort out a federal ruling that calls the Dept’s cadet hiring processes discriminatory in both 2012 and 2013.
Efforts must be made to end the stigma attached to post-traumatic stress disorder, which can hinder military veterans’ transition into civilian life and employment, former President George W. Bush said Wednesday.
Austin police quickly determined a caller threatening to set off a bomb at an Austin hotel Wednesday was lying, adding the scam was one the department has dealt with before.
Family members of two young children killed when gunfire tore through a South Texas home say they were holding a birthday party for one of the children when the violence erupted.