An Austin Independent School District principal is facing complaints for her use of force while disciplining students.
Courtney Murray’s 2012 death was ruled a suicide but her family doesn’t believe she took her own life, and they don’t think law enforcement did enough digging. The family started their own investigation and their efforts led KXAN to look further into Courtney’s death.
After a KXAN investigation uncovered a deliberate plan to save money on overtime by reducing the hours emergency call-takers work, and Austin Public Safety Commission official is questioning why his group was left in the dark regarding that information.
A recorded message is the last thing you want to hear when you dial Austin 911, but last summer internal city emails revealed more than 20,000 callers were put on hold before a call-taker directed them to police, fire or ambulance.
The vehicles scooping up college kids, sometimes by the dozen, are taking away business from cab drivers. They are also breaking the law.
It’s been six months and counting since Austin Fire Department halted all new hiring in order to sort out a federal ruling that calls the Dept’s cadet hiring processes discriminatory in both 2012 and 2013.
When Andrew Joseph Stack slammed his plane into the side of a Northwest Austin building four years ago, it brought back terrible memories of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Alejandro Puyana spent $1,100 to fix damage the city of Austin caused. He also assumed the city would reimburse him since it was, after all, caused by work done by the city in the first place. He was wrong.
Movies have gotten louder over time especially with the switch from film to digital, and Hollywood directors are using sound on a whole new level, making movies as loud as they want.
One new new Austin business promises to stick it to you … and your hangover, but is it safe?
County Judge Dan Gattis said he doesn’t remember if he ever read a state police report about the involvement of Kevin Stofle, a candidate for Constable, in a friend’s DWI investigation.
Linda Muegge was 55 years old when she was stabbed to death. Whoever did it set her Fredericksburg house on fire in an attempt to cover up her murder. That was in 2007. Her killer has still not been captured.
A newly completed audit of Austin-Travis County EMS finds its medical supply warehouse is ripe for fraud and abuse
Attorneys for Williamson County Spokesman John Foster said the state trooper who arrested Foster, lied about the events of the night of his arrest.
Sonia Van Meter is an unapologetic space junkie. She grew up on Star Trek and loves the space exhibit at the LBJ Library in Austin, but now she’s ready to move beyond space junkie and into the realm of space traveler.