A new poll shows just how frustrated American voters are with lawmakers in Washington, D.C.
U.S. senators and mayors fight back against online hacktivist group Anonymous’ claims that they’re tied to KKK.
The software change means cars will drive more slowly if children are detected nearby, even if they are dressed up.
Officials are asking that people avoid the intersection until further notice.
Italian study recently found that a pint of beer a day could help reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke buy a third.
The president of the Austin Police Association says Kleinert should be the person who is offended.
Teenagers spend nearly nine hours a day absorbing media and despite all the new options, music and television remain the favorites.
A new plane could have you traveling from New York to London in the same time it takes to drive from Austin to San Marcos.
Officials say by the end of the week they hope to be operating at 90 percent.
A major Nebraska beef company is recalling 167,427 pounds of ground beef over E. Coli fears.
His three passengers were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
“[Oldner] engaged in purposeful and cumulative efforts to subvert the Grand Jury process, all to Paxton’s detriment and in violation of his …
After his shower, police say Distacio used a razor to shave and even cut some of his hair.
On video, the man slaps the driver from the back seat, then grabs his hair to strike his head further.
A Travis County woman whose home flooded Friday says once she finally got through to 911, no emergency responders ever came to help.
The floods Friday prompted a response from rescue crews in the air, on the water, and on the ground.
Should the name stay or go? That’s the decision the Austin Independent School District is faced with when it comes to one of the oldest camp…