Gov. Abbott Signs Bill That Bans Red Light Cameras In TexasGov. Greg Abbott has signed a ban on red light cameras in Texas into law.
Keller High Softball Team Heads To Austin With State Title In SightThe team received a spirited send off from the campus, complete with a police escort, Thursday morning.
Texas Moves To Arm More Teachers To Prevent School ShootingsA bill sent to Gov. Greg Abbott has moved Texas a step closer to arming more teachers and school personnel as a way to help prevent future campus shootings.
DPS Honors Memory Of Fallen Texas Officers At Memorial ServiceMore than 300 guests, including various law enforcement officials, family members of fallen DPS officers and DPS employees, attended the event in Austin.
Ban On Red Light Cameras Gets Green Light Out Of Texas CommitteeA bill that would ban red light cameras across the state cleared its first hurdle Wednesday.
Amazon Adding 800 High-Tech Jobs In AustinAmazon plans to add 800 jobs to its Austin tech hub, further cementing Central Texas as a spot for high-tech careers.
You, Me, Everybody Loves "Us"! Jordan Peele's Horror Flick Rakes In $70MAfter premiering at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, the horror movie "Us" debuted in theaters this weekend and Jordan Peele has done it again.
Bill Passed To Allow Dogs In Outdoor Dining Areas At Restaurants In TexasThe Texas Senate has passed a bill that would allow dogs to accompany their owners in the outdoor dining areas of restaurants across the state.
Beto Art: Artist Carves Out Image Of Former Congressman In Texas FieldThe face of Beto O'Rourke has been temporarily enshrined in a field near the Texas capital as the former Democratic congressman runs for president.
CEO Leaving Texas-Based Nonprofit That Detains Migrant ChildrenThe founder and CEO of the nation's largest provider of facilities for detaining migrant children on behalf of the Trump administration is stepping down.
During Austin Town Hall Buttigieg Asks How Pence Can Support 'Porn Star Presidency'While in Texas Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg said that he and Vice President Mike Pence have different views of their Christian faith.