Police say on June 5, 2016, John Mouton, 23, got into a fight with the victim over drugs and a possible stolen cellphone.
He faces up to 10 years in federal prison if convicted.
While no particular motive was revealed during Tuesday’s briefing, police reiterated that the attack didn’t have anything to do with targeti…
A Spanish speaker who identified herself as the suspect’s mother called 911 and said her son had a fight with his girlfriend.
A Southeast Texas man is being held on charges that he killed two people in separate shootings five weeks apart.
Although the suspect was white and all but one of the victims were black and Latino, police said Monday there was “zero indication” race was…
Austin police say the off-campus stabbing is unrelated to the on-campus stabbing.
UT students and faculty captured the early moments of the response to the stabbing on campus through social media.
The incident started as a disturbance involving a gun.
The Austin Fire Department says the fire was intentionally set on Saturday evening.
Many students said they believe it took too long for the university and campus police to notify them that there was a dangerous situation.
Kendrex J. White was arrested in the deadly stabbing on the UT campus Monday afternoon.
The suspect, identified as 21-year-old Kendrex J. White, was armed with a “Bowie-style” hunting knife, police say.
The city says the paramedic is in critical but stable condition at Baylor University Medical Center.
Austin police said a shoving match between roommates escalated into aggravated assault last week over who should do which household chores.
18 states reported they had training requirements for teachers, school administrators or students about peer-on-peer sex assault.
She was in the passenger seat of a car with her 11-year-old child in the back when he shot her.
Police were called to the A+ Federal Credit Union at the 15100 block of FM 1825 and Wells Branch Parkway after 12:30 p.m.
It happened in the 1700 block of Patton Lane near U.S. 290 and Berkman Drive at around 4:16 a.m.
The Austin Police Association is now apologizing to a half dozen agencies for wasting resources on a false alarm.