The burglary happened at A-Line Outdoor Equipment in Buda early Friday morning.
A newly-released video by the Texas Agriculture Commissioner suggests using your phone’s Bluetooth signal to see if a pump has a skimmer ins…
A mother whose son was killed in March is still looking for answers about how her son died.
“John Doe” claims the female student decided days later she was too drunk to make a well-informed decision.
“There was a gun on my face. The second time I was like — I almost fainted because it was so scary [the] second time.”
The victim claims as soon as he touched the business card, he went into some type of a drugged trance.
A Bellville woman told authorities the loaded revolver belonged to her husband, who has a license to carry.
The Taylor Police Department is searching for the person responsible for hitting two teen girls on the east side of Taylor Saturday evening.
“Attacked, drugged, handcuffed and closed inside a suitcase, that’s how a 20-year-old English model was kidnapped on July 11 in Milan to be …
Black Tree, a local self-defense training company, wants students to prepare to start classes in a different way.
Debra Reiding was found sexually assaulted and strangled in her south Austin apartment on Jan. 22, 1979.
As a judge weighs whether Greg Kelly will get a new trial, a new state law will take effect in September that aims to help get convictions r…
Austin police say the suspect, who has not been identified at this time, is believed to be responsible for at least 10 robberies in three ci…
Byron Roberson, 44, was stabbed to death in his own home in 2015.
A 26-year-old man died from a gunshot wound to the thigh early Thursday morning.
Round Rock Police are asking for your help identifying two robbers, one of whom robbed two convenience stores across the street from one ano…
The victim told Austin Police Department officers she was working out in the 3500 block of Greystone Drive on June 18 realized she didn’t ta…
Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick apologized to the family of the 4-year-old sexually assaulted in 2014.
Walter and Rosie Diggles and their daughter Anita Diggles were all convicted Thursday of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
Detectives believe the deceased and others drove to a 16-year-old’s house to rob him of guns and narcotics.