Only four of nearly 1,300 districts in the entire state received funding – and no money has been available since 2011.
“It sickens me to know that no matter how hard I try, there still exists a blur between myself and the decency a human life entails.”
The leader of the Texas Association of Business says school districts are taking advantage of the new law.
INSIDE: Where you’re most likely to get a ticket in Austin Austin’s population boom has brought an inevitable headache for many downtown vis…
Elected officials are participating in the three-day “pilgrimage” starting at the immigrant detention center in Taylor.
It’s been a bewildering week for seven year old Jack Swanson, he could never guess his gracious gesture would cause such a fuss.
Her parents were charged when she was 17. Now 19, she has graduated from high school at the top of her class and plans on going to college.
The feature will allow people in a break-up to turn on an option that spares them the emotional pain of constantly seeing their ex-lover’s p…
Since February of this year, Austin 311 has received more than 200 Google Fiber complaints of holes being left in yards and power getting kn…
A panel decided that Frederick Woods will stay in prison even though the two men convicted with him have already been released.
Travis County sent out seven emergency phone alerts through a regional system, but no alert was sent to neighborhoods where a person died in…
The letter says that students can pay $10, $50, $100 or $150 and skips tests, in-school suspension or raise a six-week average by a whole le…
Austin City Council Member Don Zimmerman wants to cut any city assistance for Syrian refugees.
A nurse at a mental health treatment center in Williamson County is charged with injuring an eight-year-old patient.
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