For the past year, Dr. Aliza Norwood says COVID-19 has really worried her since she is in the healthcare industry and works directly with patients.
Eanes ISD's superintendent spoke Thursday about how they were able to secure 138 COVID-19 vaccines for district staff.
The laywer for a fired Harris County Doctor who is being charged with stealing a vial of COVID-19 vaccine is firing back.
A lack of rain has placed all of central Texas in some form of drought and had seen areas of western Hill Country in extreme drought conditions.
In an email chain with Austin City Council member Alison Alter, Chief Manley said he has spoken with the special agent in charge of the investigation.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a roundtable discussion in Austin on public safety and law enforcement.
According to the FBI, he has turned himself in to the San Antonio FBI at the Austin Resident Agency Office.
Along with Round Rock ISD, schools around the Austin region have been trying to ride the waves day by day.
The new facilities were made possible by a $106.4 million bond package for public safety facilities approved by Hays County voters in 2016.
A store employee reported a man had entered the store and displayed a handgun while demanding money in Spanish.
Texas AG Ken Paxton vowed to "challenge federal overreach" by President Biden’s administration following Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says it has determined that invasive zebra mussels have been successfully eradicated from Lake Waco.
Texas state health officials reported 450 new COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday as fatalities rapidly mount after a recent surge in hospitalizations.
A cyclist was killed after he was hit by the driver of a black sedan in Northeast Austin and police are looking for the driver who fled the scene.
Javon Gilbert, 30, has been charged with murder and tampering with evidence, a human corpse, months after Emmishae Kirby's body was found.
Threats of violence leading up to Inauguration Day thankfully didn't materialize but this doesn't mean the beefed up security is going away.
Almost all 50 capitals saw little to no protest activity in the days leading up to Inauguration Day, but some warn that doesn't mean the threat is over.
Williamson County is hoping their organization shown this week will prove to the state that they can handle a larger number of doses.
The PPP program is intended to help keep people employed during the COVID-19 pandemic, which the founder says is what his nonprofit used the funds for.
Part of the country charm in Llano County has led to difficulty in getting COVID-19 vaccine doses from the Texas Department of State Health Services.