Mashable’s broken down some of the funniest and mind-boggling photos and GIFs from the Sochi Winter Olympics.
The magic of video editing is trending, and an impeccable trifecta makes that all happen: “Rapper’s Delight,” Brian Williams, and Lester Holt.
People got to tape their co-workers to a wall, happening as part of National Engineers Week to see who could duct tape their co-worker to the wall for the longest time.
University of Texas student Aleksandra Utterback returns from Sochi, Russia where she completed an NBC Sports Internship. Her main job was as a guide, ushering NBC VIP guests from the airport. Aleksandra appeared on KXAN News Today with Brian Sanders this morning.
Astronomers are getting a closer look at what happens in the heart of an exploding star.
A photo shoot with model Kate Upton usually defies a lot of things, but this one’s defying gravity.
The Texas Senate Health and Human Services Committee is checking in on women’s health programs as activists prepare to protest the exclusion of Planned Parenthood.
Events organizers scrambled to find a new home for their concerts at the upcoming South by Southwest festival because of ongoing construction at Auditorium Shores.
Prosecutors on Wednesday showed crime-scene pictures, video and physical evidence from the North Austin Walmart where Senior Austin Police Officer Jaime Padron was shot to death.
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.