From international political crises to dramatic court decisions, 2015 was a year of great change and uncertainty around the world.
For many the new year means making resolutions to change, but there are also some major changes to local laws Texans should be aware of.
Trying to capture what life in the White House can be like is almost impossible to convey to the public, but newly released photos by Presid…
If alcohol is on the menu tonight it could lead to starting the New Year with a hangover.
Responding patrol officers said he ended up punching a bicycle cop.
The new location is on East 5th Street between San Jacinto and Trinity.
Spike in the number of lost pets in the days following New Year’s Eve due to the noise from the fireworks scaring them.
2015 has been a huge year in the consumer technology sector, we saw virtual reality, wearables, new phones, tablets and gadgets.
Police are looking for a vehicle after witnesses say they were told to get inside the vehicle by a stranger.
New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest nights for downtown bars, with owners anticipating millions in alcohol sales.
A motorcyclist has died trying to avoid a collision with a truck backing out of a North Austin driveway
Despite fireworks being illegal in Austin and other Texas cities, you can count on a few people lighting them off in neighborhoods to bring …
At the start of the New Year, Texas is set to become the 45th state to allow some form of open carry in the U.S.
In a year where Central Texas experienced two major floods and another large wildfire, KXAN.com kept you updated on all the news happening i…
The fine for fare evasion will cost $75.
The change comes after the DPS director ordered state troopers to ask for drivers to identify their race. But that strategy backfired as exp…
Andrew Luna, 18, and four other people stole the victim’s vehicle at the Tintara at Canyon Creek Apartments in West Austin on Monday at arou…
Various ways to get around safely if you’re out celebrating New Year’s Eve.
Call 512-268-1611 or go to PawsShelter.org for more details.
Call 210-802-1860 or go to PharmTable.com for more details.