The City of Austin held a public meeting Monday to consider spending more than $500 million to add more green energy to the power grid.
The search for Flight 370, which vanished early March 8 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board, has now been expanded deep into the northern and southern hemispheres.
Austin B-cycle sets U.S. bikeshare system record. Over 17,000 checkouts, averaging 6.4 checkouts per bike/day March 7-16.
No employees inside a Northwest Austin business were hurt when a car crashed into it Monday afternoon. A woman in the car was taken to the hospital.
Artie Henry Middle School in the Leander Independent School District was evacuated Monday because of a suspected bomb threat.
The Austin City Council will ask the city manager to consider fines and penalties for those businesses with a track record of false alarms.
Administrators with the Austin Independent School District have put the brakes on a questionable tradition at a local high school that was supposed to take place Monday.
On early Saturday morning, Austin-based rock band Driver Friendly awoke to discover their trailer had been stolen from one of the band member’s homes in South Austin.
St.Patrick’s Day events happening around town in Austin, Texas.
Sandy Thuy Le, 26, of Austin, died from injuries she sustained in the early morning crash. Le had been in critical condition at University Medical Center Brackenridge.
President Barack Obama is freezing the U.S. assets of seven Russian officials, including top advisers to President Vladimir Putin, for their support of Crimea’s vote to secede from Ukraine.
A billionaire in Silicon Valley has taken out a $201 million life insurance policy.
Top 5 free things to do in Austin this week.
A Delta Air Lines plane lost part of its wing during a flight from Orlando to Atlanta.
The Chicago River has gone green.