Kids began the first round of tryouts for the new FC Barcelona Soccer School in Austin.
Officer Adam Krueger works in APD’s recruiting unit, which has had a stellar year.
Despite encountering storms last night, cyclists wrapped up the 33rd Annual BP MS 150 Bike Ride this afternoon in Austin.
Students at Oak Springs Elementary School are without a playground after police said someone set it on fire.
A pickup truck with two people inside flipped Sunday afternoon in Pflugerville, sending both of them to the hospital.
Flowers are blooming and music is booming at the 18th Annual Red Poppy Festival.
Gov. Abbott honored more than 100 educators at the Governor’s Mansion in good ‘ole Texas fashion … with a backyard barbecue.
See photos submitted by KXAN viewers of storms rolling through Central Texas on April 29, 2017.
A 29-year-old man died after the truck he was driving rolled over in a single-vehicle crash in southeast Austin Saturday afternoon.
Right down the street from KXAN today was one of the longest running and weirdest free events in Austin — Eeyore’s Birthday at Pease Park.
The afternoon event will be filled with drink specials, raffle prizes and dog training demos.
Police were called to the A+ Federal Credit Union at the 15100 block of FM 1825 and Wells Branch Parkway after 12:30 p.m.
As the weather in Texas gets warmer, the aphids come out to play.
The Austin Police Association is now apologizing to a half dozen agencies for wasting resources on a false alarm.
It’s a drug that gripping the suburbia but experts say the crisis isn’t addressing the problem head-on.
Last Friday, April 21, Mendez said his department mishandled an investigation into the possible sex assault of a 4-year-old student.
The TABC says they’ve been dealing with a higher demand, a lot of people in Texas want to make beer.
A dog in Florence, Texas had to get medicine from an Austin hospital after getting bitten by a dangerous coral snake.
The 18-wheeler driver was able to avoid hitting the bus, but jackknifed in the process.
A recent survey by the college shows 55 percent of students, staff and faculty oppose campus carry.