Those affected in the Valley Fire are getting a lot of support, and now two marijuana companies are getting involved.
One solider hid $180,000 of stolen money inside stereo equipment that he shipped back to North Carolina with his unit’s gear.
A crash hazard has prompted the recall of more than 1.5 million bicycles with front disc brakes and quick release levers.
New numbers from the Austin Police Department shed light on the deadliest time period for drivers on Austin’s roadways.
“I have to work so hard and pay so much money just to get this degree.”
It is the number one killer of teenagers. Not drugs. Not alcohol.
A year after a study discovered underwater plant life at Lake Austin had disappeared, researchers are finding vegetation is still struggling…
The Longhorns went back to practice on Tuesday afternoon and Receivers coach and play-caller Jay Norvell pleased with what he saw from at te…
Police said the 51-year-old drove the truck into a creek for more than a mile and a half with the doors open until it couldn’t drive anymore…
Among other things, he received a written reprimand in 2014 for boasting on Facebook about his tasing of a suicidal teenager.
The stolen items were actually recovered in 2008 but police weren’t able to connect with the owner until now.
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On Tuesday, UT Austin President Greg Fenves got his flu shot to promote the university’s flu campaign.
The improvement project lasted nearly two years, causing headaches for those working and traveling on the busy roadway.
Besides having clean driving records, Google’s test drivers say the job requires a combination of good judgment, patience and fearlessness.
Law enforcement agencies in Florida, Missouri and elsewhere in recent months also have added the phrase to their vehicles.