The suit comes in response to Rosales allegedly sending healthcare providers across Texas letters demanding money to settle lawsuits related…
Under Texas law, vendors cannot charge excessively for necessities such as food, water, clothing or fuel.
After conducting a traffic study, the Abilene consulted with its advisory committee and decided to not install any red light cameras.
A state law that went into effect on Sept. 1, 2007 had certain requirements for red light cameras.
Approximately 400 patrol vehicles were pulled from use in July due to carbon monoxide leak concerns.
Before Hurricane Harvey’s first rain ever reached Austin, we set out to watch for price gouging as evacuees made their way toward Austin.
Best Western corporate has pulled the franchise license for the Robstown Best Western Plus – Tropic Inn.
Within three hours, the AG’s Office uncovered 39 other hotel guests with charges similar to the KXAN charge.
With an approaching hurricane expected to slam Texas’ coast, Central Texas finds itself directly in Harvey’s crosshairs.
The audit indicates the problem goes beyond those logistics; the audit states department leadership was aware of rising overtime costs but d…
KXAN found at least nine families across Central Texas who have hired Richard Leaf and Broadway Pools to either build or remodel a backyard …
KXAN has reported on the struggles to crack down on apartments on Austin Code’s Repeat Offender List
Debra Reiding was found sexually assaulted and strangled in her south Austin apartment on Jan. 22, 1979.
After three years, Austin Energy says they have removed 75 percent of the high-dollar homes from the utility discount program.
The Cross Creek Apartments in north Austin is on the city of Austin’s repeat offender list for a long list of health and safety complaints.
Newly elected Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody said he solicited a dozen retired law enforcement officers now living in the area to ta…
An industrial company that is being blamed for a hazardous chemical leak in Corpus Christi is now opening a facility near Manor.
A Texas Ranger stationed in Austin exercised “poor judgment” in an incident where he pulled over and pointed his gun at a driver, DPS found.
The court order appears to be the bookend to a saga of ADA lawsuits and litigation brought by Rosales and a single client, John Deutsch.
This development comes after airport workers revealed to KXAN a health and safety concern they say airport management ignored.as