KXAN discovered another top priority of the Attorney General’s Office is making sure it gets paid by those companies it sues.
The department submitted a plan to lawmakers to fund 550 additional front line workers to locate hundreds of unseen at-risk children.
On Saturday, Oct. 22, a driver in his 60s died after crashing with a Capital Metro bus in Northeast Austin.
It’s not known what percentage of the settlement will be disbursed to consumers that filed complaints.
Pence says mud splashed on the front windows of the cockpit.
The verdict came one day after a juror was dismissed due to concerns over his impartiality.
This year there are 28 propositions to vote on for those who live in Pflugerville — the second highest in the city’s history.
Rick Cantu from the Austin American-Statesman joins Roger on MTTS to talk HSFB
After three years of wet weather during Halloween, this year promises to be warm and dry, with evening temperatures in the 80s.
Lt. Wilkes remains on the job overseeing the Records Division while the process plays out, a city spokesperson confirmed.
Big changes will soon be underway for the National Weather Service, impacting how forecasts are delivered.
The operation to push out the protesters began a day after they had refused to leave voluntarily.
Lauren Beene of Walton’s Fancy and Staple mixed it up with us when they stopped by Studio 512.
Edward Flores came by with our adorable pet of the week.
Red Lobster General Manager Kai Bumpus stopped by to step up our shrimp game with a few tasty ideas.
Jason Sutton, MD talks flu symptoms and why getting vaccinated is important.
Parents in Kyle have set up signs in the Plum Creek neighborhood reading “Drive like YOUR kid lives here.”