Sunset Valley Chief of Police Sean Ford is retiring after 25 years in law enforcement.
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Sgt. Craig Hutchinson’s wife says their debt and financial history wouldn’t have led to Hutchinson killing himself.
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Wayne Vincent was with the Austin Police Department for 30 years and he says he’s never seen anything like this.
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The Office of the Police Monitor has released the 2014 Annual Report for the Austin Police Department.
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The county-wide research shows Hispanic teens are seven times more likely than their white counterparts to give birth.
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While most parents are familiar with SIDS, there’s another condition killing hundreds of children — from toddler to teens — each year.