Mark Guard, 26, is charged with aggravated assault on a public servant and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Austin school district voters will decide the fate of a $892 million bond package on Saturday.
Austin city leaders and bike advocacy groups have come up with a way to help timid cyclists gain confidence to ride to work.
It was standing room only Thursday morning as people packed the old RunTex store to place bids on sports memorabilia.
It might be confusing with the unseasonable cold temperatures in May, but despite the bizarre weather, summer is almost here. Yet, city of Austin officials
Drivers can now leave the coins and credit cards behind and transfer money onto a little yellow device.
Parking around Austin just got a little easier. Wednesday the city launched EasyPark, a device that allows drivers to pay parking meters from the comfort of
Amid the 14th annual National Work Zone Awareness Week, city and state leaders will get new data about crashes in construction zones to use as a guideline for
There are only three days left for people to file their taxes, and many people will spend the weekend crunching numbers.
On May 11, the district is asking people to consider a $892 million bond package.
Thursday morning firefighters stood outside fire stations across Austin to kick off the annual Fill the Boot drive. Some 44 different stations will collect
The Texas Department of Transportation is pushing a new incentive to help ease the commute on I-35. For the next year truck drivers will get a discount on
Austin Community College broke ground Wednesday for the first phase of a makeover at Highland Mall. The college is going to make the vacant J.C. Penny store a
Hazardous waste, soiled diapers, car batteries and more and being illegally dumped across Austin -- and it's a problem that's costing taxpayers, officials say
Major cuts from the federal government mean airports here won't have a safety measure many have gotten used to.