AMSTERDAM (KXAN) - This video has a dramatic way to convey a message, a strong one surrounding a social campaign.
On the outset, it looks like dancing women in the Red Light District of Amsterdam, but it's not – because not everything is always as it seems.
According to the YouTube video, men, women and children are trafficked -- tricked, forced and exploited in the sex industry.
If you pay close attention to the electronic board above the building where the women are dancing, you’ll see that women in the thousands are promised a dance career in western Europe. Instead, they end up here.
Stop the Traffik is an awareness campaign really making people stop to listen to the message, with the video getting more than 6 million views.
Longhorns coach Mack Brown talked with reporters Thursday for the first time since reports surfaced this week that he could be stepping down.
Michael Dell spoke to thousands of customers and partners at the third Dell World conference Thursday at the Austin Convention Center.
He's known for coloring outside the lines in the staid U.S. Senate. Now children of all ages can color-in U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz.
UT President Bill Powers may finally learn whether he'll continue to run one of the nation's largest campuses.
The Rev. Michael Sis, currently vicar general of the Catholic Diocese of Austin, was appointed bishop of San Angelo by Pope Francis.
Thousands of senior citizens in Central Texas go without holiday gifts. Now a donation drive needs the public's help to collect more and help wrap them.