The nation’s fourth-largest city hasn’t solved homelessness, but its remarkable progress can suggest a way forward.
Kaitlin Marie Armstrong is being sought in the killing of Anna Moriah Wilson, according to the police, who said both women were romantically involved with the same man.
Its 2,000-year journey to Texas remains a mystery, but the buyer is returning it to the German state of Bavaria, its pre-World War II home.
The papers of Richard Goodwin, a speechwriter to John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, and his wife Doris Kearns Goodwin, a presidential historian, shed light on decision-making at crucial moments in American history.
They grew up together playing music, and in 1973 she became a core member of the band that would take Mr. Nelson to worldwide fame.
Attorney General Ken Paxton is likely to end up in a runoff after the Republican primary on March 1. But it remains uncertain who among his big-name challengers will join him there.
During demonstrations after George Floyd’s murder, several people in the Texas capital were taken to hospitals after being struck with beanbag rounds that officers fired from shotguns.
It is the second time in a year that residents of the Texas capital have been told to boil water before drinking.
She went before the U.S. Supreme Court at 26 with almost no legal experience and won one of the most consequential cases in American history.
The capital of Texas has long been an attractive place to call home. But with an average of 180 new residents a day arriving, its popularity has created a brewing housing crisis that is reshaping the city.
Many local governments see a silver lining in the shortage of semiconductor chips that has contributed to a slowdown in the global economy.
Security footage of the attack on Halloween night showed the man carrying a five-gallon fuel jug and a roll of toilet paper to the synagogue’s entrance, the F.B.I. said.
In Austin and cities around the country, prices are skyrocketing, forcing regular people to act like speculators. When will it end?
A controversial new academic start-up throws light on higher education’s long stagnation.
The founders of the University of Austin say they want to defend intellectual dissent, and declare that something in higher education is fundamentally broken.
Other anti-crime measures might more effective, experts say, and avoid the downsides of policing.
Terry Turner, a 65-year-old Texas man, told a 911 dispatcher that he “killed a guy” who was sitting in a car in his driveway, an affidavit said. A grand jury is deciding on charges, his lawyer said.
After noticing a realtor ‘sitting, literally head in hand, on the front steps,’ a Texas couple decided to buy the house. That was two renovations ago.
While its C.E.O., Elon Musk, and the state’s conservative lawmakers share libertarian sensibilities, they differ greatly on climate change and renewable energy.
The idea of the Lone Star state as a herald of the national future is not just terrifying to liberals.
A Texas judge ruled that Mr. Jones “failed to comply” with his obligations to produce information in two lawsuits brought by parents of children who died in the 2012 school shooting.
Mr. O’Rourke has been calling Democratic leaders in Texas to tell them he is seriously considering challenging Gov. Greg Abbott in 2022.
The Bible shows us what it means to persevere.
From a single food truck to its coming expansion to Los Angeles, Veracruz All Natural has won a huge following. Yet its owners are still striving to attract more Hispanic diners.
Prosecutors said Friday that Christopher Taylor had been charged with fatally shooting Mauris DeSilva in July 2019, about nine months before he fatally shot another man.
Voters should take “personal responsibility” and find a better person to run Texas.
Who are we? What are we here for?
Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday declared an “all hands on deck” response to the flooding inside the State Capitol.
Critics said the pandemic would make the industry flee San Francisco and its southern neighbor, Silicon Valley. But tech can’t seem to quit its gravitational center.
Some Democrats want to flee the state to deny Republicans a quorum and prevent a vote on stringent new restrictions on voting. Others want to fight on procedural grounds.
As the pandemic upended Tinseltown, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Haylie Duff and Becca Tobin made a pact to abandon Los Angeles and join the mass migration from California to Texas.
It was unclear how many people opened fire or what led to the shooting, the police said.
Why did lawmakers in a state growing less Republican embark on the most ultraconservative legislative session in modern memory?
Hotels not necessarily known for fine dining are drawing award-winning chefs seeking opportunities for reinvention.
This was the session that pushed Texas further to the right, at a time when it seemed least likely to do so — as the state becomes younger, less white and less Republican.
The former agent told the woman she was on “secret probation” over drug crimes and at one point proposed marriage, federal prosecutors said.
Thanks to more trails, better bikes and a rise of high-school interest, mountain biking has experienced a meteoric rise of popularity in the past decade. The pandemic added fuel to the fire.
Lawyers, retirees and others who invested their savings in a luxury student dorm say two real estate firms duped them. They’re suing to recoup their money.
His reviews for Crawdaddy, Rolling Stone and Creem were admired. But his tough criticism at The Austin American-Statesman inspired a “Dump Ed Ward” movement.
The former presidential aspirants Beto O’Rourke and Julián Castro spoke to a crowd demonstrating outside the State Capitol.
The author of “Leaving Isn’t the Hardest Thing” has been a “cable guy,” a barista and Air Force airman. Her time behind a bar taught her to listen.
He played harmonic, guitar and piano, often all at the same time. He died of complications of the coronavirus.
The authorities said the gunman, a former sheriff’s deputy, knew the victims and that the shooting appeared to have been “targeted to them.”
A new team, a new star, new protocols, new stadiums and maybe a new winner await in a season that finally starts on Friday.
Economic development agencies have created comeback plans for cities like Austin, Texas, and Tucson, Ariz., positioning them to rebound from the pandemic quicker than others.
The former Williamson County deputies were indicted on charges that they repeatedly shot Javier Ambler with a Taser during a traffic stop despite his pleas that he could not breathe.
The Texas city is a hot spot for commercial real estate investment and a magnet for corporations looking to move to a high-tech hub.
Because of the pandemic, some Biden administration officials continue to work from homes a long way from Washington. They see advantages in being outside the bubble.
The death of Michael Ramos, 42, last April touched off protests against police violence.
As automakers promise to get rid of internal combustion engines, Heidelberg is trying to get rid of autos.