Videos of people running and shots being fired were immediately shared on various social media outlets.
Five officers were killed by snipers who started firing during a rally in downtown Dallas Thursday evening.
The Austin Police Association president says it’ll be up to sergeants to determine if a patrol unit will be manned by two officers.
On Thursday evening, protests and rallies were held across the country in light of two deadly officer involved shootings in two days.
Up to the minute updates following Thursday night’s shooting.
Snipers shot 11 officers at the end of a protest against officer-involved shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana.
“They were both strong. They were both good kids. I’m going to miss them. They hadn’t even started their life yet.”
Texas Rollergirls say Jennifer Nalley, 39, known as Pixie Tourette to the group, was a victim of domestic violence.
Criner turned 18 last Thursday. Because he was 17 at the time of the homicide, Criner is not eligible for the death penalty if convicted.
Officers say the Rundberg Lane-area is known for violent crimes, prostitution, and narcotics that infiltrate local schools and the community…
College Station police say nobody was hurt in the incident around 4:30 a.m. Thursday.
Manasseh Walker, 22, is charged with Aggravated Animal Cruelty for the intentional burning of a domestic rabbit.
“People need to understand that this should not have been public, and it is now.”
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) says only 30 of the 109 prison units are fully air conditioned.
Two 10-year-old girls say they were in their neighborhood when two men approached them, telling them to come look at the dog in their car.
Authorities said he also shot at a neighbor, and the bullet entered a child’s bedroom in a neighboring apartment.
He told officers he had broken his glasses and couldn’t see clearly, causing him to unintentionally touch people.
He was wanted for credit card abuse and device fraud from Brazos County to Springfield, Missouri.
She’s listed as unbondable and is expected in court on Wednesday.
Texas Ethics Commission is releasing how Attorney General Ken Paxton is paying for his legal defense on fraud charges.