Ericka Chaves said Monday that her 20-year-old daughter, Natalie Romero, suffered a skull fracture and other injuries Saturday.
The Austin Fire Department knocked down a second-alarm fire.
Six AISD elementary schools hope to see more students walking and biking this year due to new sidewalks built over the summer.
A Chesterfield, Virginia family recently opened their door to find a scene from a horror film.
The form asked for sponsors for certain dollar amounts, with the money going to help the school.
A woman was stabbed in east Austin Monday night, in the same place and almost the same time as a stabbing last Friday.
All Georgetown ISD students — including those at Annie Purl — go back to school on Thursday.
Some who live on and around Robert E. Lee Road say they’re uncomfortable seeing the name of a confederate general every day.
The district is urging students to step away from the bus and make eye contact with the bus driver before they cross.
The group is part of Canines Who Care, an organization created by the PAWS shelter in Kyle.
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Around 7:10 p.m. a woman using a ladder climbed the statue of a soldier and attached a rope around the statue.
UT Professor Jeremi Suri says the number of hate groups operating in the city is growing because they have made Austin a target.
The company is creating a centralized kitchen in the DFW area to meet customer demand. No stores will actually close in Austin.
Hays County commissioners will be voting to approve the purchase of new radar guns at Tuesday’s commissioner’s court meeting.
Austin police are asking anyone who knows where Sepeda was before his death or have information to call the homicide tip line.
The state gives charters schools money for each child, but tax dollars have never been used to pay for buildings.