KXAN -- Following criticism that some parts of Austin were not given the same voting times as others, the county acknowledged Thursday that mistakes were made.
KXAN -- Wednesday morning University of Texas at Austin President Greg Fenves released his decision to allow handguns in the classroom.
KXAN -- A digital traffic sign has been hacked at Rio Grande and 24th Street. The hackers changed the sign’s language to read, “OU still sucks. No cargo shorts."
KXAN -- The stakes just got higher for 2016.
KXAN -- Early voting for the March 1 Texas primary elections begins Tuesday.
KXAN -- Beginning at 4:00 p.m. City Council will hear public testimony ahead of making a highly anticipated decision – whether to adopt Ridesharing Works for Austin’s citizen-initiated ordinance, or put the ordinance up for a public vote.
KXAN -- Over the last two days, Austin Police Association President Ken Casaday has heard the criticisms and the questions since an officer shot and killed a teenager on Monday morning.
KXAN -- An area of Austin that has the lowest number of parks but second highest number of kids is getting a shot to redevelop a park space and turn it into something the entire community can use.
KXAN -- Police have released the identity of the 17-year-old unarmed male who was shot and killed by an Austin police officer.
KXAN -- Getting caught with drugs in Texas can land you a spot behind bars, but there is a push at the state capitol to change the law.
KXAN -- Tuesday a new effort begins to stop the person who is throwing rocks at cars along Interstate 35.
KXAN -- Students, staff and the Austin community are invited to a preview of Austin Community College’s state-of-the-art biotechnology incubator coming to ACC Highland on Thursday for the groundbreaking ceremony.
KXAN -- The first positive case of Zika virus has been confirmed in Travis County.
KXAN -- A man driving on South MoPac Tuesday morning said someone in a car in front of him threw kittens out from a moving vehicle.
KXAN -- There is a big goal when it comes to the commute throughout Austin: to reduce the number of people killed in crashes. In 2015, 102 people died on Austin roads—the highest number ever seen in the city.
KXAN -- The city of Austin’s Public Safety Commission decided to postpone their discussion of recent rock throwing cases until Austin police meet with transportation experts.
KXAN -- The University of Texas at Austin’s intramural fields in Northeast Austin are getting a major makeover.
KXAN -- The first openly transgender Austin police officer, Gregory Abbink, is being honored by the Human Rights Campaign this weekend for his courage coming out and inspiring others to do the same.
KXAN -- Getting from Austin to Dallas in 15 minutes via ground transportation may seem like an impossible feat, but over 100 teams from around the world have been working on it.
KXAN -- The places of honor for confederate heroes was argued out Thursday night in the dispute over the name of Robert E. Lee Elementary School in Austin.
KXAN -- Another lawsuit has been filed against the city of Austin for the deadly crash at South by Southwest in 2014.
KXAN -- Austin has been going through a development boom for several years, but there’s one section of the city that’s been left untouched and soon that could change.
KXAN -- Newly released records show that Texas shattered records when it comes to campaign contributions.