Uber is about to get in gear with the first step towards putting self-driving cars on the streets of Dallas and its suburbs.
The Walt Disney World Skyliner gondolas were evacuated Saturday night.
Sheriff Chody is alleging that the homeless ordinances in Austin are starting to affect the surrounding areas.
Council Member Casar, who spearheaded legalizing camping, sitting and lying, says it would be great to have the state's help.
This week, Governor Greg Abbott delivered an ultimatum and a deadline for Austin Mayor Steve Adler to 'fix' the city's homeless crisis.
The governor is demanding the council address the growing homelessness crisis by November 1, 2019.
The 27-year-old actress and singer discussed her own family’s history and voiced some of her concerns in an op-ed published by Time magazine on Tuesday
In the open letter to the mayor, Congressman Roy states that he believed the new ordinance 'undermines security, harms private property of our citizens, hurts commerce, and endangers those it purports to help - the homeless.'
Vegan guests visiting Walt Disney World parks and resort hotels will soon have more food options to choose from.
A Swiss tourist was reported missing to park authorities by his girlfriend Friday night.
Harper, who said she's been homeless for seven years, reached out to FOX 7 because she wanted to tell her story.
Austin City Council was attempting to clarify changes they made to ordinances back in June that legalized camping, sitting and lying. As the morning rolled on, the whole conversation started to crumble.
The Austin City Council has voted to postpone action on clarifying homeless camping rules at a special meeting.
During the Austin Fire Department's press briefing, Division Chief Thayer Smith was asked about the cause. But Michaelree, who was there at the press conference, shouted "homeless people!"
Criminal justice reform advocate Chris Harris and Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak join Marcel Clarke to discuss the Austin City Council's new proposal for the camping ordinances.
It was a standing-room only turnout for the Austin City Council’s special-called meeting on clarifying Austin’s homeless ordinance changes.
Travis County GOP executive director Brian Ruddle and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas join Mike Warren to discuss the controversial changes the Austin city council made to homeless camping ordinances in June.
After a controversial decision by the Austin City Council last month, camping, sitting and lying down is now only a violation if someone is blocking a pathway or putting themselves or others in some sort of danger.
Austin City Council is planning on reviewing different proposals relating to the city's homeless ordinances on Thursday, September 19.
Former Austin City Council member Don Zimmerman has filed a lawsuit against the city. He's hoping to stop $150,000 from being used for abortion access.