Surveillance video captured two women using a stolen credit card at a Cedar Creek Sac-N-Pac convenience store on State Highway 71.
More than 106,000 people have registered for federal disaster aid.
The pair discussed possible Texas-Israel partnerships on issues including technology and desalinization.
Campus carry went into effect on Aug. 1 and classes at UT begin on Wednesday.
Austin Independent School District’s transportation director said everything went smoothly Monday morning.
The patient is now “out of danger” and is set to be discharged in a couple of days.
After several mosquitoes recently tested positive for West Nile Virus, Cedar Park is taking a proactive approach to educating residents.
The Republican presidential nominee will make three stops in Austin on Tuesday.
The plan would put more than 500,000 people within walking distance of a CapMetro stop.
The Cincinnati Zoo’s hopes of moving on have been countered by all the continued reminders.
City council will consider amending its smoking ordinance this week, to prohibit vaping in public places.
Family friends said Monday Jose Tarango was still in the Intensive Care Unit.
President Obama will visit some of the hardest hit communities of Louisiana’s widespread flooding during an official visit on Tuesday.
The adults and an infant on board were quickly located. A family on another boat helped pull the victims to safety.
Allison Ashley, who is the Region 13 Elementary Teacher of the Year, teaches dual-language classes and is in her 10th year of teaching.
The teacher served six months in jail after making a plea bargain and has registered as a sex offender in California.
He is the first to receive health care assistance from the federal prison system to undertake a female-to-male transition.