Authorities offered few answers after Hernandez was found hanging from a bedsheet Wednesday in his cell in a maximum-security prison in Mass…
Authorities said she spent months faking the boy’s illness and then his death — complete with a fictitious memorial service.
Investigators say the case involves an Interstate 35 East expansion project in Denton County and inaccurate information provided to state ap…
The council learned the call center in March had 60 dispatchers. But the city for years has budgeted for 101 full-time positions.
The Small Business Festival is hosting a midnight pitch event where 60 product-based businesses will pitch live to 45,000 buying agents in C…
Federal scientists point to a family of widely used pesticides as harmful to about 1,800 critically threatened or endangered species.
It passed 134 to 16 on Wednesday night but may not survive the state Senate, which is more focused on school vouchers.
The bill was left pending in committee on Thursday morning without a vote.
The city says, if approved, the cameras will not be used to help police write tickets for traffic violations or red-light runners.
Capital Metro and city of Austin officials want to get commuters who travel alone to think of new options to get into work or school.
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Here’s a quick rundown of Austin City Council’s relatively lighter agenda on Thursday.
This year’s edition provides an occasion for pot activists to reflect on how far their movement has come, with recreational pot now allowed …
House Bill 2899 would ban cities from adopting non-discrimination ordinances that apply to public restrooms.
Making a threat against a school is a felony.
When a Crockett High School Senior was hit by a train last month, Union Pacific told KXAN they’d seen several similar incidents within two m…
The mayor says interest is a fact of life and no reason for concern.