Students’ performance numbers will be posted to the website alongside state budget numbers.
The man guessed the sign’s password and was able to re-write the message.
‘Lil’ Stache Bro’ is a hit on social media.
Health officials expect an outbreak of Zika somewhere in Texas, carried by local mosquitos.
A community outreach effort to better prepare central Texans for increasingly violent extremes of weather is underway.
Advocates have called on the city to create an office that will offer a checks and balances for creating fairness among groups and programs.
Shade’s fiance was in the passenger seat, when he says a rock came crashing through the windshield, hitting him on the shoulder.
One year after the Memorial Weekend flooding, hundreds of homes are still in need of repair. The Blanco River Regional Recovery Team says th…
Bastrop Co. sheriff candidate Maurice Cook won the Republican runoff by just 16 votes.
Two types of complaints more than doubled between 2013 and 2015 from 9,492 complaints to 23,417.
Both deputies, as well as the woman’s mother, were injured.
Shon Washington, 41, remains on parole and is living at the Austin Transitional Center in southeast Austin under mandatory supervision.
This time of year you could see squirmy creatures in only a tea-spoon of water, near your house. They grow up to bite you.
The city of San Marcos will receive $25,000,000 from a federal program to help make the city more flood resilient.
You may have seen this on social media: A man making national headlines for what, or who, he took through security at the world’s busiest ai…
She continues and says the students at the school watch too much MTV and listen to too much gangster music – ultimately living for the devil…
The Red Cross region servicing the Austin area has 55 full-time employees and thousands of volunteers on standby just in case torrential rai…
The charter school is accused of importing large numbers of Turkish teachers and violating laws by paying them more than American teachers.
Two 15-year-old males from Austin were found with gloves, flashlights and other items police believe were used in a crime spree.
“I don’t want to have any “men” or “women” signs in the building.”