It’s official, Thursday has been declared “Mack and Sally Brown Day” here in Austin.
The Harris County Jail in Houston, the third-largest in the country which processes some 125,000 inmates annually, is one of many around the country implementing changes to the way it treats its gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender population.
Austin city council members approved stricter standards Thursday for residential single-family and duplex construction.
A faulty valve caused a fuel spill near the flight line of Robert Gray Army Airfield at the Fort Hood Military Post on Tuesday.
The Animal Services Office will host a free vaccination clinic on Saturday, Feb. 15 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for pets.
Austin-Bergstrom International saw 10 million passengers for the first time in the history.
The state’s new high school graduation requirements began to take shape as the Texas BOE approved a curriculum that frees many students from having to take algebra II.
Lubbock Independent School District officials aren’t saying anything regarding a pending lawsuit claiming the district refused to run an ad showing a tattooed Jesus Christ during a high school football game.
According to the Travis County Sheriff’s office, they are withholding how the woman was killed while they search for her murderer.
Round Rock has a new police chief, but the city that he’s leaving is currently under a lot of scrutiny.
Late-night TV is more than just entertainment. Apparently, it’s also about life lessons, especially when the gang from “Full House” is around.
KXAN Investigates // Frustrated parents and taxpayers in a local school district asked KXAN to investigate why a brand new school has been empty for three years while other schools are overflowing with students.
With the Sochi Olympics about to begin, people in Japan are placing their faith in a good-luck golden fish.
Flames and smoke shot into the sky, dwarfing luxury boats at a local marina in Main Beach off Australia’s Gold Coast.
Most of the time, when kids want to play hockey outside their homes in metro Atlanta, they have to play “street hockey.” But after Tuesday’s snowfall and cold blast, some kids got to play ice hockey.