A self-described vigilante group says its mission is to find stolen bicycles in Austin.
Freezing temperatures and a pair of storm systems are bringing another chance of ice to Central Texas. This list will be updated as delays and closures are announced.
After hearing about national pharmacy retailer CVS’s decision to stop selling tobacco products, many residents in the Hill Country thought it sounded like a smart decision.
As the search for a woman who disappeared in Comal County two weeks ago continues, her story is now gaining national attention.
Firefighters battled a blaze Wednesday evening that engulfed a two-story home in Lakeway.
A woman convicted of torturing and killing a mentally impaired man she lured to Texas with the promise of marriage was put to death Wednesday evening in a rare execution of a female prisoner.
Years of drought have taken a toll on Central Texas farmers and ranchers, and many ranchers have had to reduce the size of their herds.
Just one twentieth of an inch of freezing rain was all it took to make morning commutes in Austin and elsewhere just about impossible last week, as black ice covered most bridges and overpasses.
The private vanity plate company My Plates, which produces personalized license plates for Texas and other states, is auctioning AUSTIN 1 as a plate message for the first time.
A South Texas prosecutor is seeking the forfeiture of more than $3.2 million seized from U.S.-based accounts belonging to a Mexican federal judge and his wife.
Attorneys for a former mortician serving a life sentence for the death of a rich East Texas widow are seeking a lighter sentence.
Police say Melissa Marshall was driving her Ford Escape northbound on the Research Boulevard service road Tuesday afternoon when she collided with a Honda Civic driving on Balcones Woods Drive, killing the two people inside.
All questions get answered on Thursday when Austin Code Compliance hosts a live Q-n-A on Twitter for those who want to learn about the short-term rental process in Austin. And just in time for SXSW, when throngs of Universally Cool Visitors descend on the city in search of the hip, the new, the now, the weird, the wild and That Thing To Tweet Home About.
Police say a man traveling east on Ben White Boulevard caused a multi-car crash, and then fled the scene on foot.
The University of Texas police say they need the public’s help in determining whether a kidnapping occurred Tuesday.