Friends and family gathered at Austin-Peel and Son Funeral Home in North Austin for a memorial service for Amir Kaman.
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Amir Kaman’s niece told KXAN a memorial will be held at Austin-Peel and Son Funeral Home on Sunday. It will be open to the public.
The Arbor Walk location sent a message that some items were at the store and that customers could pick them up during a two-hour window Sund…
A man in his 30s died Sunday after police responded to a call about a man who had swallowed a large amount of drugs and was in distress.
The Taylor Police Department is searching for the person responsible for hitting two teen girls on the east side of Taylor Saturday evening.
Police said they were both hit by bullets in their pickup when a rifle lying on the backseat floorboard accidentally fired.
The group says its mission is to provide supplies and services to families that set them up for a positive and successful school year.
Impact Texas fills backpacks to help families at Title 1 schools, in affordable housing and also military families.
After a successful test run, Cedar Park will now offer free Wi-Fi in Elizabeth Milburn Park — one of the city’s busiest parks.
The event put on by Austin’s Girlstart featured a mini-planetarium, a gravity plane creation and the ever-so popular fluffy slime.
Texas politicians and party officials mourn the loss of former Gov. Mark White, who died Saturday in Houston.
Scare for a Cure is still looking for volunteers of all ages, but you do have to be at least 8 years old.