DeAndre Tatum, the last remaining person hospitalized after a deadly crash in Austin during the South By Southwest Music Festival, has died, Austin police say.
A third person struck by a suspected drunken driver in Austin last week during the South By Southwest festival died of her injuries Monday, police said.
Dozens attend vigil to remember those killed, pray for those still in the hospital after Thursday deadly crash at South By Southwest
A drunk driver on the run from police drove into a crowd of people at Austin's South-By-Southwest Festival overnight, killing at least two and injuring more 20.
Edward Snowden accused the NSA and its counterparts of "setting fire to the future of the Internet" during a videoconference discussion at South by Southwest in Texas on Monday,
Overnight flooding as strong weather system moved across parts of Texas.
A north Austin high school student fatally shot himself Tuesday in the school's courtyard during lunch in front of other horrified student, MyFoxAustin.com reported.
People keep asking Joe Berti if he feels unlucky.
This week, the Austin Independent School District is becoming the second in Texas to offer domestic partner benefits.
Customers were injured when a pickup slammed into a taco stand in Austin.
Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Service workers responded to 35 incidents overnight Thursday into Friday during South by Southwest festivities.
Driver flees after flipping car into Texas dealership, smashing into 18 new vehicles
An Austin police officer shot and killed a man in North Austin early Friday, a police official said.
Neighbors work with sheriff's work release program to clean up Civil War era cemetery.
The battle for higher-education dollars begins as the Senate Finance Committee hears testimony on the funding needs of four state university systems.
Roughly a thousand people attended an anti gun control rally at the Texas Capitol Saturday.
When lawmakers sit down to work out the budget for the 2014-2015 term, State Comptroller Susan Combs says they will have more than $100 billion to work with.
The Austin district implemented the GPS program this school year at nine high schools, targeting the campuses with a high number of students who are chronically absent
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