A KXAN investigation raises questions for Williamson County commissioners about the interviews they conducted while filling a vacated County Constable
The Climate Prediction Center says in its official 2013 Summer Forecast that Central Texas' long-running heat wave will likely continue.
School districts finding ways to keep trouble-making students part of the learning process even while serving their suspensions.
A cold-case homicide continues to frustrate Austin police detectives as it stirs up old grief for a young man who was there the night his best friend was shot
With some gun makers feeling unwelcome in their home states, Gov. Rick Perry says Texas will happily take their business.
KXAN INVESTIGATES // On the night 20-year-old Byron Carter was shot and killed by a police officer, the 20-year-old African-American was the victim of
Mike Jarvis recalled the excitement he shared with his daughter as they scratched off a winning lottery ticket given as a Christmas present.
KXAN Investigates // A legally binding agreement between the city and the Austin Police Association keeps some actions by police officers from public
An Austin Homeowner who claims a local contractor took his money and never did the work finally has justice.
District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg was sentenced to 45 days in jail for driving while intoxicated.
Federal regulators fined the company that operates the Texas fertilizer plant that exploded overnight $10,000 last summer for safety violations.
Travis County constables spent part of Friday clearing out the last remaining items RunTex store on Riverside Drive one day after the building's owner evicted
A casino operated by the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas generates revenue to pay for its health clinic that serves thousand of Native Americans in Eagle
A Williamson County man says an agency that cleans up foreclosed properties and hired to strip out his neighbor’s rural property, mistakenly took thousands of
Thousands of senior citizens are the target of phone scams trying to pry private information out of them.
Users of the TxTag toll payment system are furious they were not told of a plan to back bill those who drove on a section of State Highway 130 after a glitch