Flames broke out around 5:30 a.m. at the Austin Countertops at 1108 Bluff Bend Drive, near East Braker Lane and I-35.
Safety is top of mind this time of year when shoppers can be especially vulnerable.
The meeting will be to discuss new body camera legislation, share highlights of their planned policy, and answer community questions.
Neighbors in a Southwest Austin neighborhood are concerned after they say at least two homes were burglarized in the past two weeks.
Austin Police stopped a chase Wednesday after a patrol car crashed into another car.
At one point, a 911 dispatcher can be heard saying, “You know they’re not going to pick up if they’re holding the wound.”
Police say 20-year-old Kendall McDowell is responsible for burglarizing vehicles in the Silverado and Spring Branch neighborhoods.
Austin police are now investigating the case as a homicide.
Two 17-year-olds along with a juvenile were arrested in Buda accused of vehicle theft and burglaries.
A witness told officers the van had been driving on 6th Street when Farrow revved his engine and cut across three lanes of traffic before cr…
Carroll says he spent one or two minutes browsing the glass display counter, when his friend tapped him on the shoulders and said a man had …
Lisa Brown filed the $100,000 lawsuit against Home Depot and its employee Amber Ruales in Travis County on November 20.
He removed his GPS monitor before escaping from the facility and DPS says his location is currently unknown.
An autopsy determined Robert Edwards died as the result of drugs and stress associated with restraint procedures.
An Uber driver says his car was hit by a rock along I-35 and Rundberg on Nov. 15.
Police say he bumped into a woman before spitting on her. They say he followed her and threatened to burn down a temple.
The girl told deputies that the woman told her “Give me all you have.”
Austin Police began pursuing the suspect after he failed to comply with a traffic stop at East 7th and Chicon Street.
Law enforcement agencies across Central Texas are working to reduce traffic-related deaths during the holiday season.
A Texas solar company must pay $8.5 million for importing unsafe panels from China and falsely labeling the items as U.S. made.