The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office says they seized 89 cats and one dog from the R.U.G. Activity Center Animal Shelter.
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Students we spoke with say knowing the people responsible are not in jail is frightening.
It’s a bill a North Texas father says he stands behind, after he left his son inside a hot car.
In past years, officers have been forced to work SXSW, pulling patrols from other areas of the city, but now officers volunteer.
The victim’s mother is terrified the man arrested for the murder could walk free.
“I know that if we are able to save the life of a woman, we save a community, we save a family,” Rep. Thompson said.
The map will show which streets a student can walk on that will be safer in terms of lighting, security cameras and even sidewalk conditions…
Austin police say no one was injured by the debris, but vehicles were hit.
It’s the third unintentional spill into Waller Creek in six months.
Krug says the second driver she called was nice and even told her it’s against their policy to deny service dogs.
Civilly, the bill will give more power to parents who have children that are victims of bullying.
Sgt. Hawkins said despite what some think is an uptick in gang activity, the numbers are surprisingly low for a city this size.
Smaller cities like San Marcos will begin first, Austin will begin as soon as April.
District Attorney Margaret Moore says even though the Austin Police Department’s standard Special Investigation’s Unit will review the case,…
At UT, 18.5 percent of female undergraduate students and 5 percent of male students said they had been the victim of sexual assault.
It took an estimated 24 hours to restore power after trees fell on power lines and in some cases, electric poles snapped in half.
A U-Visa allows victims of crime and their families to stay in the U.S. legally as prosecution moves forward.
The shooting happened as deputies approached the male suspect and the woman in a field on Burch Drive, just off State Highway 71.
Recent arrests by ICE have prompted many to ask why people who are in the U.S. illegally don’t just apply for citizenship.
Austin police say they assisted because the initial call indicated the ICE officer’s life might have been in danger.