42 percent of Austinites who don’t use the internet say it is because they are without someone to teach them how.
“I said, what’s wrong man? He says, my hand hurts. I said which hand is it? He lifts it up and there is no hand there at all.”
Free skin cancer screening at the University Medical Center Brackenridge.
KXAN chronicles an emerging effort by one Austin attorney, Jim Harrington, to end this ADA lawsuit cottage industry, which he calls a “money…
Austin Police Department data shows officers respond to calls around the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (ARCH) as often as 21 times…
Oklahoma City dominated San Antonio for most of the decisive game six to eliminate the Spurs and book their ticket to the Bay Area to take o…
The directive is in formal guidance being sent to school districts Friday by the departments of Education and Justice.
Paxton said he never imagined to wake up one day and find himself charged with crimes he did not commit.
“I think we’re at 120-something ducklings that we’ve rescued from the sewers, we’ve definitely had some practice.”
“It was like they kidnapped one of my kids.”
A Round Rock man says he’s alive today thanks to some firefighters and their new equipment.
The city of Austin is working to raise awareness of the importance of keeping sidewalks clear.
The Urban Transportation Commission voted on Tuesday to ask the Austin City Council to explore and investigate the possibilities of a Novemb…
The agency, hit with 18,000 traveler complaints a year, isn’t doing much better with its own employees, 30% of whom quit within their first …
The Lexington police chief says his officer fired shots because he was concerned for his safety.
The baby was in critical condition after surgery.