Security Guard Hurt In UT Austin Fraternity House ShootingOfficials say a security guard was injured in a shooting at a fraternity house near the University of Texas at Austin after a person who was asked to leave a party there returned and an altercation ensued.
Sex Toys Displayed At UT Protest Against Campus CarryThe protest fell on the first day of the fall semester, the first semester since the Campus Carry Law went into effect August 1.
Texas Campus Slaying Suspect Said Family Made Him LeaveA 17-year-old runaway who's been arrested in the campus killing of a University of Texas student claimed he left home in August because his grandmother's religious beliefs demanded that teenagers his age go "make their own way in the world."
48 Hours In Austin, TexasA practical guide for visitors who have just 48 hours to visit the beautiful city of Austin, Texas
Louisville Divorce Case Seeking Records From Texas' StrongStrong promised Texas fans the case would not interfere with team preparations for the 2016 season.
Motley & No. 25 Baylor Roll Over No. 24 Texas 78-64Johnathan Motley scored 24 points on 12-of-13 shooting.
Boyette Leads No. 6 Texas Women Past No. 19 Oklahoma 83-76Texas won despite a season-high 25 turnovers and a career-best 23 points by Oklahoma.
No. 3 Kansas Overcomes Slow Start To Beat Texas, 76-67No. 3 Kansas countered its sluggish start with a torrid finish to beat streaking Texas 76-67 on Saturday.
Texas Gives Smart 1st Longhorns Win 67-56Texas gave new coach Shaka Smart his first Longhorns win in his home debut, 67-56 over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Saturday night.
Iowa State Shuts Out Texas 24-0The Longhorns struggled to get anything going in this game.
University Of Texas Agrees To 15-Year Deal With NikeA person with knowledge of the negotiations says the University of Texas has reached a 15-year licensing and apparel deal with Nike Inc.
Supreme Court To Consider Affirmative Action Policy At UT AustinSix decades after Heman Sweatt made history as the first black law student at UT Austin, his descendants in Dallas are watching the Supreme Court closely for another landmark decision.