ColdTowne has been a space that they say over the years has brought comfort to any who walked inside. So after 14 years, they're giving some of that comfort back to the community.
The bipartisan campaign #pollperks is aimed at getting Central Texans to the polls while also helping local businesses in Austin and San Antonio. Voters can show off their "I Voted" stickers and get a discount, freebie, or a treat.
FOX Sports donated more than $43,000 worth of equipment. FOX 4 was there at the Grand Prairie Boys & Girls Club location as the equipment came in.
Austin Public Health launched a high-risk worker hotline to promote the safety and well-being of the vulnerable workers in our community.
Catholic Charities of Central Texas and El Buen Samaritano are getting eligible voters registered and also helping those experiencing food insecurity.
Organizers have canceled the Chuy's Children Giving to Children Parade due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the non-profit will also not accept toy donations.
Organizers of the event said its purpose was to reclaim the cemetery as a space of “peace, gratitude, and reverence for Black lives.”
Nonperishable food donations can be dropped off from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 17 at four H-E-B stores throughout the city.
Flu season officially begins soon and Austin Public Health says it's extremely important everyone gets their flu shot, especially while COVID-19 remains.
People in the community of Walburg are determined to show that they have a bigger heart than the big fire that hit them earlier this month.
For the first time in 130 years, the Salvation Army is launching its "Rescue Christmas" fundraising campaign early this year as requests for its services have hit an all-time high due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Austin Parks Foundation is bringing Party for the Parks back for another year but this year it's going virtual and you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own home on Wednesday, September 30.
Fit2Vote is a new campaign that's bringing together the Austin fitness community in the hopes of getting more people to participate and vote in the upcoming election.
Families with children ages 0-12 who live in Travis and Williamson counties will be required to register online only due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hispanic Issues Section of the State Bar of Texas is hosting a virtual game night featuring a version of the popular game Lotería.
Austin police have canceled this year's National Night Out.
The Texas Mamma Jamma Ride is an annual bike event that raises funds to support local programs and services for those fighting breast cancer and survivors in the Central Texas community. In places of the in-person ride this year, the organization is hosting the Mamma Jamma Challenge.
A new report from United Way of Texas highlights the challenges nonprofits are facing and United Way of Williamson County CEO Jodee O'Brien talks more about the findings.
The Austin Convention Center has been opened to house evacuees and the Austin Disaster Relief Network has mobilized its network of staff and trained volunteers to help.
A recent city audit is highlighting some inefficiencies at several city recreation and cultural centers.