A person he gave explosives to for distribution surrendered them to authorities rather than putting them into stores.
Lopez and the suspect broke up two years ago, the family says, but they say he continued to harass her.
Jae Kim stopped by to show us how to make their signature rice bowl.
Although the district will allow students to exercise their freedom to protest, district leaders add that it won’t come without consequences…
Hashtags, emojis and even a rubber duck may replace dogs, cats and hats in an upcoming version.
“It has just taken off like we haven’t expected.”
A number of states are allowing or considering letting “dental therapists,” professionals with a lower level of training, do the job.
The proposed legislation bans state, county and municipal employers from collecting union dues from employee paychecks.
What happens to your social media accounts after you die? Experts say preparing for your digital death is becoming more important.
City leaders expanded a year-old $100,000 program offering mental health and legal aid to new arrivals by another $200,000.
The Texas A&M Forest Service unveiled their newest tool for fighting wildfires at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Thursday. A por…
Bea Johnson is visiting Austin to inspire residents and small businesses to change their purchasing habits, in order to create less waste.
The number of refugees allowed in will be capped at 50,000 for 2017, down from 110,000.
The sisters said their one regret is that their parents, especially their mom, weren’t alive to see the reunion.
The process of designing and rebuilding the damaged Bastrop State Park Lake dam has started, but it will cost millions of dollars and take y…
David Joseph was shot and killed by an Austin police officer in February 2016.
The company says it has received reports of damaged Click & Go receiver mounts on the stroller frames which may cause the attached car seats…