Barton Springs, Big Stacy, Bartholomew, Deep Eddy, and Springwoods pools are set to reopen with a different fall schedule, with Barton Springs only being open from 5-8 a.m.
One person is dead following a traffic incident on Research Boulevard.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a press conference on Thursday, September 24 to announce legislative proposals that would target "rioters."
A 39-year-old woman was killed after she was struck by a car while using a crosswalk early in the morning.
La Política, is a progressive, non-partisan group whose focus is getting the young Latino community civically engaged.
Business for China Dynasty continues despite reported discrimination and fears amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In order for a recall to take place, the group would need 10% of registered voters in Austin, as well as 10% of voters in each of the council member's districts to sign a petition.
A protest is being held at Austin City Hall following the latest update in the Breonna Taylor case.
Frank Macias has two outstanding warrants for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the January 2019 assault. He has failed to appear in court according to APD.
An artist has planted over 15,000 flags in his yard as a tribute for every Texan life lost to COVID-19.
More than a dozen gravesites have been vandalized at a historic cemetery for Black residents in East Austin.
The friends and family of an Austin cold case victim are once again pleading for those who know anything to come forward.
Austin police are searching for at least two people involved in what may have been a “coordinated attack” on a sleeping homeless man in South Austin.
The Census results determine where money for food assistance, healthcare, housing, and education goes.
Firefighters surveyed the damage and found a woman in her 70’s laying unresponsive on her couch.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Senator Sarah Eckhardt held a news conference to kick off county-wide 10-Day Census Countdown.
Museum directors said even with COVID-19 playing a major role in the day, it doesn’t lessen the importance of the reason to celebrate.
The Austin City Council voted to approve the SAVES resolution that could identify ways to support businesses hit hardest by the pandemic so they don't close for good.
At any point throughout the year, Austin ISD families can request to change the method of learning they have selected for their students.
The RISE 2.0 fund application, which can be filled out online or over the phone, will be open until 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 21.