Since it’s April Fools’ Day, we’re resurfacing some old favorites to share the highlights of some hilarious – and classic – pranks floating around the Internet.
In the short video, five talented rats can jump through hoops, pick up a coin and place it in a cup, run through an obstacle course, and even respond to their owners when called.
United Way for Greater Austin kicked off its 90-day celebration on Tuesday for it’s 90th birthday. The nonprofit works with many groups around Austin to help better the community and help those fighting economic struggles.
The suspect in the downtown Austin crash at South by Southwest that killed four people faces multiple new charges.
Jammed phone lines and unreliable websites failed to stop a last-minute rush by hundreds of thousands of Americans trying to sign up for health coverage by the midnight Monday deadline for President Barack Obama’s signature domestic policy initiative.
A North Texas father and son convicted of running a $1.4 million Medicare billing scam are going to prison.
Some of those included more than $1,000, a free trip to Hawaii, a new car and even landing her dream job.
They are provocative pictures meant to start a conversation: men — some shirtless — holding infants as though they are breast-feeding.
Three miles of toll road is proposed between SH 130 and Presidential Boulevard that would allow traffic to avoid the lights.
Parking is already tight at the University of Texas but try being a handicapped driver on a big game night.
Now that the open enrollment for insurance in the healthcare marketplace is closed, volunteers are preparing for the next round of questions.
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.