Tests showed his blood alcohol level was .16. That’s twice the legal limit.
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Asst. Chief Gay told commissioners it will take until June or July for an outside consultant to dig into why the lab failed.
The county wanted to move away from detention and more toward such evidence-based practices that get kids healthy and keep them out of jail
The plan involves assigning a dedicated prosecutor to each of eight district courts.
Frasier is calling on her successor to push for immediate release of police video and audio to family members of police shooting victims.
In 20 years, trips in North MoPac’s main lanes will take about 44 minutes, measurably better than the up-to 60 minutes projected if no new l…
This week, the Travis County Criminal Court Judiciary also asked for the creating of an independent drug and DNA lab.
A 19-minute drive in the main lanes before the new addition is now closer to seven minutes.
Austin’s Fire Union is furious, saying the chief’s notices are a betrayal that can more easily be solved with education and training.
State lawmakers are now hearing a third of the children who ran away from foster care this year have not been found — some as young as 11.
Interim City Manager Elaine Hart says we could know as soon as Friday or next week.
The approximately 30-minute video shows an officer pointing a flashlight at Turner’s camera during what appears to be a traffic stop nearby.
KXAN has obtained court and state records showing this is not the first construction-related problem the contractor has faced in the past si…
Capt. Gregory “Lance” Zenkner posted political comments during the two months leading up to this week’s federal election.
Clark himself was not in court Wednesday, although the mother and four supporters of Dean were.
Last week, city council voted to spend $1.6 million this year to send cases to a lab run out of Dallas County for testing.
“It’s inaccurate,” Austin Police Chief Acevedo responded to KXAN’s Robert Maxwell in a text message reply.
The funds were originally seized as evidence during a joint operation in September of 2010.
A $5 million plan to purchase iPhones for city police officers did not make the final round of the city budget.
Lt. Wilkes remains on the job overseeing the Records Division while the process plays out, a city spokesperson confirmed.