The Month of May set several weather records from rainfall totals, river heights and saw Lake Travis jump 37 feet.
Two City of Austin employees were involved in a Monday morning collision that left one man dead and a woman critically injured.
Whataburger is cutting back on how long it serves breakfast due to a shortage of egg as a result of Avian Flu.
After Friday, most students in the Austin area will have started their summer break.
The NSA’s bulk metadata program is shut down – for now.
It’s an unusual site at Natural Bridge Caverns this summer.
The intersection has been closed, and the driver did stay at the scene following the crash.
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Two of the four missing persons in Blanco County have been found safe in their home Sunday.
The National Security Agency lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans’ phone records in bulk, after an extraordinary Sunday Senat…
The University of Texas System Chancellor William H. McRaven was worried this bill would make campuses less safe.
The University of Texas baseball season came to end on Sunday afternoon with an 8-1 loss to Dallas Baptist in an NCAA Regional elimination g…
ATCEMS has sent swift water rescue teams and an AMBUS to Hays County following the Memorial Day flooding.
In fiscal year 2014, nearly 100,000 Texas students received misdemeanors for too many unexcused absences.
The final days of the Texas Legislative Session were overshadowed in many ways by the severe weather that affected just about every corner o…
For those wondering how they can help, here is a list of items Hays County Emergency Operations Center says they need the most.
Red Cross workers will be available at the center to work one-on-one with victims to begin their recovery process, along with other relief o…
The younger Biden was a lawyer, member of the Delaware National Guard and former Delaware attorney general.
An Austin family was saved after neighbors witnessed their roof on fire and rushed to evacuate them from the home.
Hundreds gathered in cities and towns across Central Texas on Saturday to partake in cleanup efforts for areas affected by the recent floodi…