One man is in jail after a road rage incident involving a firearm.
The suspect connected to car fires at The Capitol and in Buda is back in Texas and in the Travis County Jail, according to DPS.
The Austin Police Department announced they will conduct an extended enforcement of the No Refusal program which will end after Labor Day.
Judge Robert C. Ervin in Charlotte declared a mistrial after four days of deliberations.
SXSW says Clayton Keller was driving from Dallas to his home in San Antonio when the crash happened.
In a joint operation between the Texas Attorney General’s Office and the Brenham Police Department, four men were arrested and charged with …
Police say Melody Renfro was staying with her ex-boyfriend in San Antonio.
An Austin man has been charged with using a stolen identity to obtain his alcohol seller’s license and work downtown on 6th Street as a bar …
Police say the suspect had a vehicle with emergency lights and it appeared to look like a police cruiser.
A woman whose son is good friends with VonTrey Clark talks about her son’s possible connection to Samantha Dean’s homicide.
Authorities believe the man who torched the vehicle at the Capitol in early August is the same man who set a Buda patrol vehicle on fire.
Around 3:40 p.m. Wednesday a man entered the Wells Fargo at 4301 West William Cannon Drive, demanded money and left the scene.
The former officer’s girlfriend says she was unaware of Clark’s relationship with Samantha Dean.
Police say a Buda police patrol vehicle was set on fire in the the police department’s parking lot.
Jason Paul Smith, who said in a 911 call he was Abdul Yasin, was arrested in Lubbock, Texas, where he’s charged with conveying false and mis…
The coroner’s office says he died of a gunshot wound and his death has been ruled a suicide.
A third-grade teacher in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District has been charged with two counts of indecency with a child.
The governor says he also has concerns about performers dressed as cartoon characters who harass tourists into purchasing photos.
Three women are in jail accused of having more than 100 pieces of fraudulent information on them.
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