KUT -- The Austin Police Department has some ideas how reducing pedestrian traffic fatalities in the new year.
KUT -- The Obama Administration, state and federal lawmakers and medical experts asked the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to overturn Texas’ 2013 abortion law.
KUT -- Over the last month you’ve probably seen plenty of roadside trees decked out for the holidays, and not just in peoples’ front yards.
KUT -- President Obama is announcing a series of executive actions designed to combat gun violence.
KUT -- In another lawsuit against the federal government, the state of Texas is taking aim at tightened standards on ground-level ozone.
KUT -- A federal judge ruled Thursday that Texas has violated foster children's constitutional rights to be free from an unreasonable risk of harm.
KUT -- The newly proposed framework would make background fingerprint checks optional, but provide incentives to drivers who get fingerprinted.
KUT -- The “Star Wars” hype machine is in full effect.
KUT -- Capital Metro has scaled down its ambitions for a permanent MetroRail station in downtown Austin.
KUT -- This year, Austin Police have gotten at least seven reports of sexual assaults by drivers for transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber or Lyft.
KUT -- Austin’s animal shelters have suffered serious overcrowding and city’s response time to pick up aggressive stray animals, according to a city audit out earlier this year.
KUT -- One chilly and rainy night forty years ago, Bruce Willenzik, an employee at the Armadillo World Headquarters, was chatting with a young singer named Lucinda Williams...
KUT -- This year, Austin has seen more traffic deaths than any other year on record, with 92 people having died on the roadways in 2015 so far.
KUT -- Open carry of handguns will be legal in Texas starting in 2016. The Austin Police Department has been prepping for that fact.
KUT -- Three years ago, Austin was one of 15 cities to receive $1 million of federal funding for community policing programs to lower crime rates. The three-year program focused on the Rundberg area...
KUT -- A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey estimates Texas has enough uranium underground to power nuclear plants across the country.
KUT -- Texas has withdrawn its request for a Temporary Restraining Order blocking the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the state.
KUT -- Austin home prices are rising. The Austin Board of Realtors says the median price for a home is now more than $250,000.
KUT -- Texas has gone to federal court in its efforts to keep Syrian refugees out of the state, filing suit against the federal government and a refugee resettlement nonprofit.
KUT -- Six years ago, web designer Reagan Ray started a simple side project. He wanted to create portraits of 100 of Austin’s iconic signs.
KUT -- Undocumented immigrant women detained in the privately run T. Don Hutto Residential Detention Facility went on a hunger strike in October.
KUT -- Texas officials are warning refugee groups that they should not allow any Syrian refugees into Texas.
KUT -- The Austin Police Department plans to buy 500 body cameras for their officers by next fall, and a meeting last night at the Palmer Events Center laid out the department’s plan for the $3 million project.