The teen’s writings referenced the Columbine and Newtown school shootings, focusing on mistakes she thought the gunmen had made in those cas…
Shortly after her death, the university launched a comprehensive safety study to determine what changes should be made in campus security.
New data set to be released Friday finds that only three percent of DWI court graduates re-offend.
Before summer camps start, ZACH Theatre says they are ramping up security after the main theater was broken into over the Christmas holiday.
The photos show a sleeping elderly woman, her right hand covered in what appears to be dried feces.
The suspects had dozens of gift cards and stolen Social Security guards in their possession.
Robert Francis Van Wisse pled guilty in the 1983 murder of Laurie Stout.
A Texas man who beat his pregnant girlfriend because he didn’t believe the unborn child was his has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Karl Ray Stokes currently has outstanding felony warrants for his arrest.
She was arrested in 2015 after someone living nearby called authorities when she saw the victim doing chores, and showing signs of abuse.
Authorities say a search revealed an aftermarket compartment under the toolbox.
An autopsy determined the woman suffered blunt force trauma before firefighters were called to her home.
Records show the suspect was issued a criminal trespass warning for all UT locations in February of 2016.
A court hearing was scheduled for Tuesday after she was charged earlier this month with solicitation of capital murder.
As a business owner, Kristina Rosas trusts the police, but says convincing her community is difficult.
As crime continues to be reported downtown, homeless advocates and APD debate how best to address the homelessness issue in Austin.
A judge ruled Monday that Williamson County would retain custody of the seized animals.
Deputies say the man tried buying the beer using a US passport as identification and was denied by the clerk.
The alleged incident happened at the Children’s Lighthouse Daycare on Waterbend Cove in Spring.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Department of Justice is awarding more than $4 billion in grants this fiscal year.