A section of the bike lane that runs along Municipal Drive in Leander is now narrower and closer to traffic.
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Five-year-old Pierce was sitting in his father’s garage petting a neighbor’s dog when it suddenly bit his face.
When the sentencing came down, Sgt. Chris Kelley’s family were holding hands and tears streamed down their faces.
The 1 million square-foot commercial and residential development will be built along SH 45, just east of Interstate 35.
On June 24, 2015, Colby Williamson lead Hutto police on a high-speed chase, after refusing to pull over for speeding.
Day two in the murder trial for Colby Ray Williamson started on Wednesday. In opening statements, the defense claimed Kelley’s fractured sku…
Colby Ray Williamson’s, 29, murder trial started Monday with jury selection.
Leander plans to build a high-tech security facility to house gold and silver.
A neighbor tries to avoid crossing the intersection during his walks, especially after learning a woman died there Saturday.
Currently, taxpayers in Williamson County contribute to a fund that pays for people who can’t afford health insurance.
Two dozen dogs rescued from the Houston-area can officially be adopted starting Monday in Cedar Park.
The main lanes of I-35 will close at Old Settlers Boulevard in Round Rock for bridge demolition starting at 8 p.m. Friday.
A passerby found the baby among the trash around 6:55 a.m. Wednesday.
The bond would fund four new schools to accommodate growth, as well as safety improvements at several middle and high schools.
Council Member Nate Killough said he became aware of some questionable expenditures.
Last month, a jury sentenced John McClintock to 12 years in prison for intoxication manslaughter.
Suspects once again broke into Blackland Hills Gun Works and stole numerous firearms.
It’s a hashtag that has taken over social media — “me too” is helping people unite against sexual assault and harrassment.
Georgetown PD started using body cams in 2014. Since then, the department says the equipment has helped protect the community and police.
The Austin Towing Association is asking Travis County to raise rates to $275 per tow.