There’s a glimmer of hope that some of the missing passengers may still be alive and in an isolated air pocket — even after two full days in the water.
Social media is playing a big role in bringing families together after the ferry disaster in South Korea.
Members of a church in Texas are racing to finish what they hope will be the world’s largest chalk drawing.
Dramatic amateur mobile phone video has emerged in South Korea showing passengers sitting on deck of that ferry as it sank on Wednesday.
The Chicago Bulls’ mascot “Benny” the Bull went to the top of the Willis tower, Chicago’s tallest building, and waved the team flag.
The city of Austin is hit the pavement Friday to recruit small businesses to it’s Family Business Loan Program.
A brewery is only allowed to sell beer on-site if it’s located at least 540 feet away from single family residences and has on-site parking. If it’s closer than 540 feet, the sale of beer on-site would be a conditional use.
A new mixed-use development in East Austin will bring some big changes to the area. Capital Metro is now narrowing down the designs for their Plaza Saltillo Station.
We’re getting our first look at computer renderings of the new teaching hospital planned to be built near downtown Austin.
Rev. Terry McElrath heard the deafening boom. The pastor spun around and saw a column of smoke billowing into the sky above his small Texas town. He immediately thought, “Somebody has died tonight.”
Members of the town gathered Thursday to remember the 15 people killed in an explosion at a fertilizer plant one year ago.
A judge has reinstated temporary admitting privileges to two doctors who perform abortions. Their privileges were stripped from them by a Dallas hospital after a court upheld strict new Texas abortion restrictions.
A group in the Eanes Independent School District wants the district to end out-of-district transfers before voters approve any bonds.
After a number of computer issues that forced Austin’s 911 call center to temporarily reroute emergency calls, the city’s police chief is planning to go head-to-head with leaders at a regional governmental agency that oversees 911 services in Central Texas.
The secluded Texas ranch where followers of imprisoned polygamist Warren Jeffs lived in near isolation was seized by state agents on Thursday, nearly six years after FBI agents raided the property.