The Austin Fire Department says Lt. Marcus Reed is on paid leave.
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After conducting a traffic study, the Abilene consulted with its advisory committee and decided to not install any red light cameras.
A state law that went into effect on Sept. 1, 2007 had certain requirements for red light cameras.
It’s city budget time and staffing numbers for police and fire are starting to take shape. Both are having trouble meeting objectives.
Before Hurricane Harvey’s first rain ever reached Austin, we set out to watch for price gouging as evacuees made their way toward Austin.
Best Western corporate has pulled the franchise license for the Robstown Best Western Plus – Tropic Inn.
Investigators from the AG’s Civil Litigation Division are on the ground right now investigating many of those claims.
Within three hours, the AG’s Office uncovered 39 other hotel guests with charges similar to the KXAN charge.
Before the first drop of rain from Hurricane Harvey ever fell in Travis County, we were out monitoring gas stations and hotels.
With an approaching hurricane expected to slam Texas’ coast, Central Texas finds itself directly in Harvey’s crosshairs.
Medicaid is currently reimbursing private ambulance ride charges at around 60 percent, many of the EMS company representatives testified Tue…
The lawsuit also suggests the stockholders who are suing were not fully informed of Whole Foods’ decision to sell out.
People who live within a mile of a crude oil spill in Bastrop County can return to their homes after an evacuation Thursday.
For the 4th time this year, people have lost cell phone, internet and landline service, unable to reach the Burnet and Lampasas deputies.
Allen, angry about the wasted trip, said, “That’s government at its worst.”