J. Levine Auction and Appraisal in Scottsdale is auctioning off items said to have belonged to the legendary Wild West gunslinger.
A visibly energized President Barack Obama held a nearly hourlong audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Thursday, expressing his great admiration for the pontiff and inviting him to visit the White House.
As firefighter Jeff McClelland uncovered a body on the moon-like surface that blankets what used to be the community of Oso, he soon realized that the search party had a close connection to the victim: The dead man’s son and brother were among the volunteers scouring the debris field.
The National Weather Service will send teams to the area Thursday to figure out if it was a tornado.
North America’s largest earthquake rattled Alaska 50 years ago, killing 15 people and creating a tsunami that killed 124 more from Alaska to California.
City officials say it is both a downed Pedernales Electric Co-op power line and AT&T phone line. This is at RM 1431 near U.S. Highway 183 at 560 East Whitestone Blvd.
Man set to die for killing Texas delivery woman
An ocean storm brought high winds to Rhode Island and Blizzard-like conditions to the Cape.
Austin City Council unanimously approved a resolution Thursday to dig deeper into some of the issues that occurred during this year’s South by Southwest festival.
You may notice some changes the next time you order a meal from your favorite Mexican restaurant. Lime prices have skyrocketed, forcing some restaurants to deal with the bitter reality by cutting costs.
There are two central questions about the 87th annual Texas Relays this week that kicked off Wednesday at the University of Texas. Will the predominately African-American spectators receive a warm welcome this year, and how will UT’s decision to sell beer and wine play out?
After a real estate website compiled a list of Austin’s top zip codes for crime, KXAN News made lists of its own.
Washington authorities on Wednesday reduced to 90 the number of people missing from a community wiped out by a mudslide, as the families and friends of those still unaccounted for begin to confront the reality that some may never be found.
A fire driven by strong winds raced through a brownstone on Wednesday, trapping and killing two firefighters in the basement, where their colleagues could not rescue them.
Two people were identified by police as suspects after they raided a Southeast Austin mobile home on Tuesday after receiving a tip from a confidential informant about a suspected ‘stash house.’