The National Hurricane Center gives a disturbance in the southern Gulf a 70% chance of formation through the next five days, but the track is uncertain.
Saturday's mass shooting in Downtown Austin left one man dead and 13 others injured with one in critical condition.
TJJD says that Erik Robinson had been outside for supervised recreation at Dell Children's Medical Center when he climbed a wall and ran.
Cindy Zolnierek, CEO of the Texas Nurses Association, discusses how the 87th Legislature will impact the healthcare industry.
Travis County GOP executive director Brian Ruddle and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas talk about Abbott’s announcement that Texas would build a border wall.
Douglas Kantor was in Austin visiting friends when he was fatally shot in the popular nightlife district.
Austin Water says the overflow has not affected Austin's drinking water supply and that repairs are expected to take a week.
The move comes as Austin has moved into Phase 2 of its reinstatement of the camping ban. Phase 2 began on June 13.
As Austin keeps growing, so does the city's park system. Austin Parks and Recreation has grown the park system by 200 acres and they're not stopping.
Former Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman is jumping into the race, her political adviser confirmed to Fox News on Monday.
A second suspect in Saturday's mass shooting in downtown Austin has been arrested and charged.
ERCOT sent a tweet asking customers to reduce their electric use as much as possible through Friday, June 18.
Donations can be made at any one of three area donor centers on North Lamar or in Round Rock and South Austin. Appointments are mandatory for all.
Consumers and businesses are both being asked to reduce electric use immediately.
Austin ISD continues Operation Reconnect efforts to welcome students back to the 2021-2022 school year by hosting 50+ enrollment clinics around Austin.
The victim and the suspect had been dating, according to police.
Officials say they're working to clear the area on the corner of Guadalupe and Cesar Chavez because the area has been designated for construction.
For the past 30 days, the city has been in phase 1. During that month, APD has visited dozens of encampments to meet with people experiencing homelessness.
Houston Methodist Hospital system has suspended 178 staff members without pay, and if they don’t get vaccinated for COVID-19 by June 21st, they’ll be fired. So far, 117 of the employees have sued to overturn the new COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
A man is journeying on a 15,000-mile road trip across the U.S. in memory of his daughter, whom he sadly lost to a rare form of bile duct cancer.