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Did you lose a cell phone at the first weekend of the Austin City Limits Music Festival? Austin Police have recovered more than 100 phones... [Read More]
An Austin woman went out to Rainey Street with her friends on Sunday and within a matter of hours, she said her behavior became abnormal... [Read More]
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Thousands of veterans have filed lawsuits against the Minnesota-based company 3M, saying that the earplugs the company provided, which were supposed to protect their ears... [Read More]
Austin Independent School District hosted their first town hall meeting Tuesday night to give the public a chance to weigh in as the district grapples... [Read More]
An Austin Baptist Church hosted a panel Sunday to talk to their congregation about things the church, parents and community members can do to prevent... [Read More]
Hope Clinic, which provides free healthcare to people who are uninsured in the Austin area, says they need to scale up their operations as more... [Read More]
New research from scientists at the University of Texas at Austin suggests greater access to for-profit health data could improve public health, especially when it... [Read More]
Divers discovered invasive zebra mussels covering screens on city of Austin water intake valves, signaling that in addition to the host of concerns for boaters,... [Read More]
A group of researchers from the University of Texas at Austin presented their findings to city council Wednesday about gentrification in the city. [Read More]
One Central Texas man in his golden years got a special trip down memory lane in Georgetown Monday. [Read More]
Though you may not see them at the scene of a crime, the Austin Police Department has extra sets of eyes in the skies. Its... [Read More]
As divers submerged in Lake Travis Sunday for the annual lake cleanup, among them was a group of Girl Scouts. Troop 40348, which now boasts... [Read More]
In anticipation of storms over the weekend, city of Austin crews have been making preparations at the neighborhood near Shoal Creek where a landslide happened... [Read More]
Meechaiel Criner, 20, walked back into the Travis County courtroom where he was found guilty by a jury panel of murdering University of Texas at... [Read More]
The juror told KXAN they were notified by state attorneys a couple weeks ago that a motion for a new trial would be filed. [Read More]
Many of the fees the department charges to build in the city will be increasing under the new budget. [Read More]
People with eyes on Austin's popular Lady Bird Lake say they're seeing more invasive zebra mussels than they ever expected to. [Read More]
Families in Texas with kids who have suffered life-altering brain injuries will be heading to Austin this weekend to learn about how to better manage... [Read More]
There may be more than a year to go until the 2020 census, but community groups in Austin are already beginning to spread the word... [Read More]
Drew Calver is a teacher and swim coach at Austin High as well as a parent to two children. He said the amount he's... [Read More]
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