The category four storm has already had a devastating and destructive path through the Caribbean this week.
A resolution states every child has the right to climb a tree, catch a fish, picnic in a park, hike a trail, and so on.
Texas is sending disaster relief to Florida after an emergency request from the state.
When moving homes within Austin, city permitting does not require the mover to inspect the route ahead of time, according to the city.
Wednesday, Lone Star College in Houston told students to evacuate a building because of a gas leak, but the alert went much further.
UT’s Naval ROTC Battalion delivers the game ball every year.
Authorities say the adult website makes millions of dollars annually from its classified sex ads.
Patricia Tamminga stopped by to whip us up an apple and squash crisp, and share some insight on an awesome culinary event.
The Americans are members of a non-profit missionary organization, called “Living Water For Haiti.”
Karen Powanda shared her wealth of knowledge on brushes.
Chantelle Wallace of Austin Animal Center brought a furry guest with her.
Tim Angelillo shared a tasty, refreshing recipe for The Lakeside.
Ragweed is expected to be medium to high for three more weeks. During that same time, marsh elder could remain a measurable allergen.
Dr. Staci Hix and Dr. Susan Pike stopped by raise awareness for breast cancer with their own story.
Raymond Guillermo de la Cruz, 19, Ana Paz Simon, 17, and two juveniles were taken into custody, Thursday.
Out of the total number of cases nine resulted in arrests.
Those who called back and believed the threats would fork out thousands of dollars to “settle” their case.