While much of the world is gearing up for the Olympics, one family in Minnesota took their excitement to a whole new level.
What some people thought was an odd time for a tornado siren turned out to be a blaring horn.
Japan’s famous Sapporo Snow Festival kicks off Wednesday.
A pair of debates feature Republican contenders for two powerful — but often little-publicized — statewide offices.
Wednesday evening people will get a chance to weigh in on a project to help protect one of Austin’s beloved species. The city is proposing new changes at Eliza Spring to help enhance the salamander habitat.
The state is set to begin presenting evidence in the second phase of Texas’ sweeping school finance trial.
It is the day the fax machine takes center stage. National Signing Day is here, as high school athletes take the next step in their careers and college programs build their rosters.
Texas coach Charlie Strong barely had a month to accept his new job, move to Austin and scramble to hold together the Longhorns’ 2014 recruiting class after Mack Brown’s sudden departure after 16 years.
Williamson County is looking for poll workers for their March 4th election.
As a prospective home buyer or someone looking for a new apartment, what do you have a right to know? Does anyone have to tell you about whether someone was killed or died in your home?
The 600-plus school districts suing Texas over how it funds public education rested their case in the trial’s second phase Tuesday — exactly a year after the judge originally ruled the funding system violates the state constitution.
After hearing complaints about the new MetroRapid system, KXAN News put the buses to the test.
The County is asking vendors that are not federally licensed firearms dealers (FFLs) to conduct a background check before selling a firearm at the Expo Center.
Jonathan Holmes had 20 points and a career-high 16 rebounds, and No. 15 Texas rallied in the second half to beat TCU 59-54 on Tuesday night and extend its winning streak to seven games.
A Fort Worth beef processor is recalling nearly 16,000 pounds of beef products because they may be contaminated by E. coli.