For families of fallen officers, this is a place of solace and remembrance.
KXAN gathered a roundtable of experts to discuss the mental health challenges that lie ahead for law enforcement.
KXAN dug into the backgrounds of the killers to and discovered a recurring trait among many: mental illness.
Local officers were familiar with the man who gunned down the trooper because he had threatened to kill the next officer he met.
The idea of Blue Alerts is to notify the public after a shooting has happened where a police officer was killed or hurt in the line of duty.
Currently, more than 800 courts and police agencies in 17 states use COPsync. The private company managing the network says basic cost is ab…
A look at how and why law enforcement officers believe crisis training is important when they respond to calls.
Officer Jaime Padron was shot and killed during a shoplifting call at a north Austin Walmart.
Little River Academy Chief of Police Lee Dixon was shot and killed on the front porch of a home on June 19, 2014.
KXAN first reported last November that very few arrests made by troopers along the border are for drug and human smuggling.
Three young black women all were reported missing in the span of a few weeks during the spring of 1976. Austin police are still searching fo…
KXAN Investigates learned the company, Rayvi Transport, was operating without a permit.
The city is seeking a $3.5 million fund transfer to help pay ballooning overtime in the Fire Department, and some City Council members say t…
The Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau is pushing for what could be a $600 million expansion.
From fiscal year 2015 to 2016, citywide overtime pay jumped from $64 million to $71 million — an 11 percent increase, according to payroll …
Industry leaders say they’re actually missing out on a lot of money because the center is too small.
The Domain in North Austin has become an alternative to downtown Austin; a destination for Austinites of all ages and walks of life.
It’s a drug that gripping the suburbia but experts say the crisis isn’t addressing the problem head-on.
Except for sending you a single letter, the state does nothing to track them down and is sitting on $22 million owed to crime victims.
Tony Dale’s House Bill 218 would prevent school districts from keeping disciplinary investigations outside of personnel files.