Along with the huge lines, KXAN viewers sent us photos of emptied shelves and a lack of basic food necessities at major grocery stores.
Road closures and the need to decrease speeds for safety will mean longer wait times for passengers.
While the winter storm will be disruptive, it is not forecast to be one for the record books.
Most nights the Salvation Army averages around 250 people, on nights like Monday, they could be pushing 300.
Samuel Allen, who is on the autism spectrum, said having the marker on his driver’s license feels “like a big safety net.”
Passengers are encouraged to check their airlines’ websites for information on refunds and waivers.
President Donald Trump and GOP lawmakers hailed their tax changes in late December, calling it a “historic victory for the American people.”
The city will discuss a program that would allow anyone with a smartphone to help enforce the rules.
KXAN will update this as information becomes available.
“Robin was so excited she drove overnight through ice and sleet for the happy reunion.”
The number of African-Americans in the city is on the rise, but the percentage of the total population is dropping.
Seton is filling nursing positions at AISD including one at Becker Elementary School.
Mayor Steve Adler will face a re-match with Laura Morrison, a former city council member, who announced she would run again.
Two months after the deadly Sutherland Springs church shooting, a children’s choir visited Texas from South Korea to honor the victims.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said that the changes are meant to curb violent protests while protecting free speech.
The Austin Parks and Recreation Department is getting a head start on recruiting aquatics workers.
The group that gathered there today say it’s time for democracy in Iran.
Earlier Sunday, UT Police had alerted the campus that a man in a sheet had approached a woman, grabbed her and then let her go.
Crews will start pretreating activities on Interstate 35, then move on to other major highways in the region.
A video. A viral reaction. And now, a verdict. A federal jury has decided an Austin Police Department officer used excessive force.