KUT -- Headed to the polls? Use this helpful guide to figure out if you are eligible, what documentation you will need, and where to go to cast your vote.
KUT -- Everything’s in place for a May 7 vote on rules governing ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft. But which set of rules will drivers be living under until then? It gets a little complicated.
KUT -- There’s a relatively new neighborhood in Northeast Austin with new homes and new businesses. Someday there may even be a school there.
KUT -- The U.S. Supreme Court next month is scheduled to hear its biggest abortion case in at least a decade, and the reach of that decision will likely be impacted by the absence of Justice Antonin Scalia, who died over the weekend.
KUT -- The list of investigations into Attorney General Ken Paxton’s conduct just got a little bit longer.
KUT -- The Austin City Council is poised to decide the future of ride-hailers Uber and Lyft Thursday in a vote that would either adopt a council-penned initiative or put the issue to referendum.
KUT -- The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling Tuesday to block President Obama’s Clean Power Plan has helped state Republicans — at least temporarily — dodge major action on climate change.
KUT -- This month, Austin will host the second annual OUTsider Festival. The fest, which will last five days, aims to celebrate the diverse nature of the LBGTQI creative community.
KUT -- The cost of a large expansion of U.S. Highway 183 in Northwest Austin officially nearly tripled on Monday night.
KUT -- A federal judge has again denied a bid by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to block the federal government from resettling Syrian refugees in the state.
KUT -- If you’re a teacher in an Austin public school, it’s hard to get a pay raise. Teachers who start out in Austin make around $45,000 a year.
KUT -- After news that a Political Action Committee had gathered enough signatures to recall an Austin City Council member, neighbors and fellow council members came out today to show their support.
KUT -- Dripping Springs-based Deep Eddy Vodka, recently acquired by Kentucky’s Heaven Hill Brands, has released a new flavored vodka.
KUT -- A Nobel Prize-winning physicist at the University of Texas at Austin declared Monday that he will try to ban guns from his classroom this fall, even if university rules and state law say he can't.
KUT -- Austin’s city government underwent a massive shift just over a year ago with the swearing in of the first City Council under the new 10-1 system...
KUT -- As Mike Blizzard describes it, Wednesday morning began like any other. Then, came a knock at his door.
KUT -- The Transportation Security Administration released statistics on the number of firearms seized at airports in 2015 today and half of the top 10 airports for weapon seizures were in Texas.
KUT -- Does the law allow you to carry multiple hand guns in the open? If so, how many? The short answer, as one might guess, is a lot.
KUT -- While placing bets on fantasy sports sites might involve skill, there is still an element of chance that equates such leagues with illegal gambling in Texas, Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a nonbinding opinion released Tuesday.
KUT -- Austin Mayor Steve Adler plans to propose a new set of incentives to resolve the standoff over fingerprinting drivers for ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft.
KUT -- Blue Bell officials say they are still finding Listeria bacteria in their facilities, but that their enhanced cleaning procedures are working.
Wondering what new culinary adventures 2016 holds for Austin? Austin NPR affiliate station KUT has the answers.
KUT -- Austin taxpayers may be asked to help pay for improvements on I-35 this year.