Everybody's Moving to Texas For Some Reason
Texas, a vast desert land populated by terrifying ants , is home to most of America's fastest-growing cities, for reasons that remain unclear.
Austin allergy sufferers affected by Mexican fires
Austin is known almost as much for allergies as it is live music. However, at the moment, most allergens are taking a break, so what's still causing the respiratory difficulty and itchy, watery eyes? Doctors say it's giant agricultural fires south of the border.
Residents Oppose Proposed Self-Storage Facility Near Cedar Park, Texas
Two proposed development projects, including a self-storage facility, have drawn the ire of subdivision residents near Cedar Park, Texas.
Texas Man Gets 71 Months in Stock Fraud Scheme
A Texas man has been sentenced in New Jersey to 71 months in prison for a stock fraud scheme involving computer hackers.
Man charged in Cedar Park woman's 2009 abduction, death
A release from Williamson County District Attorney Jana Duty's office says Crispin James Harmel, 33, has been charged with the 2009 kidnapping, robbery, beating and strangulation death of 27-year-old Jessika Lynn Kalaher.
Coronado volleyball coach leaving for job at Cedar Park
Coronado volleyball head coach Chad Jones resigned his coaching position and will take over at Cedar Park High School, the coach told the Avalanche-Journal in an email Tuesday afternoon.
MileStone Community Builders to launch new Scottsdale Crossing homes in Texas
Located near 183A and Scottsdale in Cedar Park, Texas, the new homes in Scottsdale Crossing will feature flexible floor plan, which will include one-and two-story homes and a variety of spacious floor plans, from two to four bedrooms.
DPS sergeant suspended after arrest
A sergeant with the Texas Department of Public Safety SWAT team was suspended with pay this week after Cedar Park police arrested him on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, DPS spokesman Tom Vinger said Thursday.
Contentious civil service item on Leander ballot
Voters in Leander are being asked to decide whether the Fire Department should adopt civil service rules that would regulate hiring, firing, promotions and discipline.
Community News: Cedar Park to start testing tornado sirens; Burnet County to join CAMPO planning area
The city of Austin is co-hosting a forum on innovative ways to make neighborhoods safe, attractive and walkable from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday at Austin City Hall in the Council Chambers.
Dead bat found at middle school tested positive for rabies
A bat found on the campus of the Leander district's Henry Middle School in Cedar Park on Tuesday tested positive for rabies, school officials said.
The Learning Network Blog: 6 Q's About the News | Texans Flock to Bluebonnet Fields
Emily Wilcox among the bluebonnets in Cedar Park, Tex., last week. Fields are abundant, but so are the sightseers.