Firefighters from departments throughout Williamson County are learning the proper way to train in the gym, to prevent injuries on the job.
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The house fire happened around 1 a.m. on Cooke Road, just off of FM 2104 in Paige.
Construction is already underway on the city’s part, extending DB Wood Road from Highway 29 to Leander Road, bringing cars around I-35.
Police departments across the state are being forced to pay for lab work sent to the Texas Department of Public Safety — a service that use…
“Did she move? Did she go some place else?” Newman wondered of her doctor of more than 20 years.
As the number of suicides increases in Williamson County, Justice of the Peace Judge Bill Gravell says something has to be done to save live…
A U.S. national women’s collegiate lacrosse tournament wants to come to Round Rock, but they are also waiting to see if the bill passes.
Police departments across the country have been seeking funding for the additional ballistic materials.
For the 4th time this year, people have lost cell phone, internet and landline service, unable to reach the Burnet and Lampasas deputies.
The 11-story hotel is expected to be built on Spicewood Springs Road, across the street from a day school.
FCB Escola is holding camp this week at the Multipurpose Complex in Round Rock, training kids on their unique style of soccer, or as they ca…
When Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick took over in January, his office inherited 41 cases where the victims had died.
Cedar Park police say Animal Control was originally called to the house for a barking dog complaint, when officers smelled an odor coming fr…
Taylor Police say two juveniles have been arrested in the burglary to a warehouse, belonging to the non-profit group Project LOOP.
Tom Ketterhagen is asking the Georgetown City Council for safe routes for bicyclists, after his son Tommy was hit and killed in January.
The average price of a house in Williamson County has risen $90,000 over the last six years.
More than 100 crashes at the intersection of Ronald Reagan Boulevard and Ranch Road 2338 has prompted the Texas Department of Transportation…
Oncor is cutting down trees to get them away from power lines, a spokesman says it’s for homeowners’ own safety.
The city wants to add more entrances and exits to main roads for future subdivisions.
Authorities say the 4-year-old boy was sleeping with his mom when he managed to get out of the house and fell into the pool.