- Man arrested after allegedly punching Austin police horse Updated: Sep-01-15 8:24 am
AUSTIN, Texas - Austin police have arrested a man accused of punching a patrol horse during a fight in the downtown area.
- Suspect in officer attack had history of mental illness Updated: Sep-01-15 7:28 am
HOUSTON - A man charged with murder in the ambush of a suburban Houston sheriff's deputy had a history of mental illness and was once declared mentally incompetent, according to authorities and his former attorney.
- Latest on Texas deputy: Lawyer says man had mental illness Updated: Aug-31-15 8:02 pm
HOUSTON - Here are the latest developments regarding the fatal shooting of a suburban Houston sheriff's deputy (all times local):
- Doctor claims college wanted to fire her over Facebook posts Updated: Aug-31-15 4:47 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A new doctor in a University of Texas residency training program has sued the school, claiming she faced possible dismissal after complaining on Facebook about having to work 100 hours or more per week.
- Authorities: 4 dead in fiery Austin car crash Updated: Aug-30-15 5:28 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - Four people are dead after what appears to be a one-vehicle crash overnight in north Austin.
- University of Texas removes Jefferson Davis statue Updated: Aug-30-15 2:31 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A statue of Jefferson Davis was removed from its pedestal Sunday on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, days after a court rejected an appeal from a Confederate heritage group.
- Slow-moving school finance case heads to Texas Supreme Court Updated: Aug-30-15 10:34 am
AUSTIN, Texas - Kids who were barely a month into their first year of high school when Texas' latest school finance trial began are now seniors - and there's still no end in sight.
- A timeline of Texas' 30 years of school finance legal fights Updated: Aug-30-15 10:34 am
AUSTIN, Texas - A lawsuit challenging how Texas pays for its public schools will soon reach the state Supreme Court - the sixth time since 1984. Here's a look at major milestones in 30-plus years of legal battles:
- Austin tech worker charged with stealing, pawning equipment Updated: Aug-29-15 4:28 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A city technology worker in Austin has been accused of stealing and pawning nearly $177,000 worth of computer and audio items.
- Southern heritage group loses appeal on UT Davis statue move Updated: Aug-28-15 5:30 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A Southern heritage group has lost an appeal to block the removal of a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis at the University of Texas.
- Army chaplain wins prize to give 9/11 sermon by ground zero Updated: Aug-28-15 2:48 pm
NEW YORK - An Army chaplain has won a national prize for an original sermon that he will deliver on Sept. 11 at a chapel near ground zero that became a sanctuary of consolation after the terrorist attacks.
- Former IRS worker in Texas sentenced for fraud, ID theft Updated: Aug-27-15 8:07 am
AUSTIN, Texas - A former IRS employee in Texas has been sentenced to two years and a day in prison for stealing personal data to file more than 50 bogus tax returns.
- Spanish-speaking TinCaps find a home with host family Updated: Aug-26-15 5:07 am
FORT WAYNE, Indiana - They were proud parents. Well, proud host parents, that is.
- Austin sues Texas over property tax appraisal system Updated: Aug-24-15 7:40 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - The City of Austin has sued the Texas comptroller's office, arguing the state's property appraisal system is unconstitutional because it provides no "equal and uniform" property value taxation.
- 4 Texas parks still closed after Memorial Day weekend floods Updated: Aug-21-15 7:46 am
AUSTIN, Texas - Hundreds of volunteers have helped restore more than 50 Texas state parks damaged or closed following deadly Memorial Day weekend flooding.
- New UT admissions policy gives campus presidents discretion Updated: Aug-20-15 11:56 am
AUSTIN, Texas - The University of Texas System has approved new admissions policies allowing campus presidents to extend admission to some students who wouldn't otherwise be accepted.
- Austin to continue with fluoridation of water Updated: Aug-20-15 11:25 am
AUSTIN, Texas - Austin will continue to fluoridate its drinking water after a proposal to end the practice failed before two committees.
- Travis County voters to consider bond issue, new courthouse Updated: Aug-19-15 9:40 am
AUSTIN, Texas - Voters in the Austin area will consider whether to spend $287 million to build a 14-story civil courthouse.
- Woman charged after raid at Central Texas group home Updated: Aug-18-15 1:40 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A woman faces charges on accusations she attempted to interfere with an investigation of a group home in Central Texas that she ran.
- Inmate at Travis County jail dies after found unresponsive Updated: Aug-18-15 11:38 am
AUSTIN, Texas - A female inmate in the Travis County Correctional Complex has died after being found unresponsive in the shower.
- Dog found tortured to death on Central Texas playground Updated: Aug-17-15 8:28 am
SUNSET VALLEY, Texas - Police in a small Central Texas town say a Chihuahua has been found tortured to death on an elementary school playground.
- Group files complaint against judge over marriage sentence Updated: Aug-14-15 5:20 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A group that advocates the separation of church and state has filed a complaint about a Texas judge who ordered a man to marry his girlfriend as a condition of probation.
- Ex-Central Texas judge gets 18 months in federal guns case Updated: Aug-14-15 2:37 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A former Central Texas judge has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for illegally selling guns to a felon and lying about it.
- Former Austin teacher who molested students gets 25 years Updated: Aug-14-15 12:38 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - A former elementary school teacher in Austin has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for abusing several students while in classrooms.
- Food banks struggle to meet surprising demand Updated: Aug-13-15 1:28 pm
DES MOINES, Iowa - Food banks nationwide are dealing with rising demand despite the growing economy, leading some charities to reduce the amount they offer each family.