Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg will be released from jail Thursday after serving half of her 45-day sentence for her drunken driving
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
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.
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
When looking for child care, parents want someone they can trust. But how can you be sure the nanny sent to your home doesn't have a secret past that could
KXAN INVESTIGATION: A woman who thought she had purchased a brand-new condo was surprised to learn that the original construction date was 1970.
With allergy season in full swing here in Central Texas, many people will hire someone to clean the air ducts in their homes.
The president of the Christmas Bureau has a criminal record that dates back nearly 20 years, KXAN has learned.
The Christmas Bureau of Austin and Travis County was a generous holiday charity. It's now under investigation and no longer distributing gifts.
A special KXAN investigation: New details uncovered in the shocking death of a Hill Country matriarch that authorities say was a murder-for-hire.
Many homeowners dream of a custom remodeled kitchen. But that dream can turn in to a nightmare after spending thousands up front and not getting the kitchen
A KXAN Investigation exposes big corporations taking advantage of tax breaks meant to help Texas farmers, ranchers, and wildlife preservationists.
An Austin attorney is behind bars for crimes prosecutors say lasted for nearly a decade. His victims were mostly children and his crimes involved more than a
Melissa White and her 3-year-old son knew they were in for a rough summer when no air conditioning in July seemed like the least of their worries.