The city says due to dangerous fire conditions, the use of wood or charcoal BBQ pits/grills/smokers are prohibited.
Austin senior citizens learning to preserve their memories through writing.
Former major leaguer and Longhorn great stopped by More Than the Score to talk baseball on Wednesday.
EngenderHealth will lose $4.6 million over the next four years.
High school and college freshmen are competing for the unique opportunity to have their work sent to the International Space Station.
The court order appears to be the bookend to a saga of ADA lawsuits and litigation brought by Rosales and a single client, John Deutsch.
Lynn Lunsford, an FAA spokesperson, says the small amphibious plane flipped over while landing in the lake.
In Blanco County, the man whose barbecue pit started a 206 acre wildfire will not be held responsible.
Despite the sticker shock some Texans expect on their electric bills each month, electricity costs over a recent 10-year period are down.
Gus Malzahn and Kevin Sumlin got their Southeastern Conference head coaching tenures off to blazing starts.
They’re taking a close look at Rep. Lloyd Doggett’s District 35. He’s the lone Democrat in Washington, D.C. from Central Texas.
For the 4th time this year, people have lost cell phone, internet and landline service, unable to reach the Burnet and Lampasas deputies.
Police say an argument began when certain services were not received and Leyva and his friends requested their money back.
The security firm, UpGuard, says the problem stemmed from a cloud server that a third-party vendor had misconfigured.
In the past five years the hospital has added robotic surgery, cardiac surgery and is in the process of becoming a level 3 trauma hospital.
A man has died following a collision at the intersection of Double Creek and Forest Creek drives in Round Rock.
Around 49 pounds of cocaine were found Tuesday in a traffic stop near Flatonia.