Austin (KXAN) - If you've always dreamed of going to Paris October 25th is your chance to live the experience without even needing a plane ticket.
The Wright House Wellness Center is celebrating their 25th anniversary of helping individuals living with or at-risk for HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis C. Services are provided at a low rate and sometimes even free to those in need.
The increasing need for these services are prompting the Center to throw their biggest fundraiser ever. It's called Midnight in Paris.
Organizers hope to transport guests and give them the finest Moulin Rouge experience.
The fundraiser will be held at the Palmer Events Center on Friday, October 25. Tickets are $60 in advance at the Wright House Wellness Center website or $80 at the door.
The Austin Parks Department board will vote on a new design for Auditorium Shores that expands a proposed off leash dog park area by one acre.
Two school buses crashed Tuesday morning in South Austin but none of the children on board were hurt, officials said.
On Tuesday, Capital Metro will roll out it's new MetroRapid fleet and run multiple tests gearing up for its January 2014 debut.
An 8-year-old was killed while standing outside of a vehicle which lost control during the icy conditions, DPS said.
Democrats say they finally hold a statewide office again in Texas — thanks to a Republican who's switching sides.
Leander ISD is one of the fastest growing school districts in the state. Their latest demographic report shows a shift in the type of families moving into the district.