Sixty Austin police officers head to Washington, D.C. for a weeklong tribute to Jaime Padron and other law enforcement officers from across the nation who lost
Kyle Cirac was formally introduced to two strangers on Tuesday. But they were introduced to him in a dramatic -- you might even say -- heart-stopping way two
Volunteers are going into local schools to work with students to help them understand the potential rewards of careers in math and science.
Aluminum baking tins, trays, and balled foil are now allowed in your blue bin!
To many Texans, Formula One racing and the drivers who take the action to the track remain a mystery. Here's is a closer look.
It began in 1972 as a grassroots organization in East Austin with just eight volunteers delivering meals to 29 homebound seniors three times a week.
Back-to-school time in Bastrop has a special meaning this year as the community pushes forward after the huge wildfire that uprooted so many families.
The biomanufacturing field is a strong industry in Austin. Many startup companies are opening up in our area, and that's fueling demand for biological
Should disabled veterans have to pay to use toll roads in Texas? As part of a law in the state, toll authorities can choose whether to give those veterans a
The Austin City Council on Thursday evening approved a motion for final rules for short-term home rentals. The motion pass Council on a 5-2 vote.
Thursday officials unveiled the city of Austin’s participation in the website www.prepared.ly . It is collaboration between the city and the nonprofit group
The CEO of Fiat-Chrysler personally congratulated the management team at Fiat of Austin for being the first outlet in North America to sell more than 100 Fiat
Challenge of finding a job can be made more difficult by frequent changes in duty stations, an Army spouse says.
A new fleet of six patrol boats are poised to fight a growing problem along the Rio Grande River. Each of them will be named after a fallen Trooper.
Tuesday will mark a somber anniversary in Austin’s recent history. On Dec. 6, 1991, four teenage girls were murdered inside a North Austin yogurt shop. The
Residents of the South Austin neighborhood of Travis Heights say they’ve seen their fair share of burglaries lately.