Capt. Gregory “Lance” Zenkner posted political comments during the two months leading up to this week’s federal election.
The Texas Attorney General is suing telemarketing companies in an effort to crackdown on scammers and people violating the Do Not Call list.
Twenty-five percent of the people living in and around Austin are food insecure, or they do not know where their next meal is coming from.
The revelation that decades of DNA evidence could be skewed has set off a monumental, statewide scramble by the Texas criminal justice commu…
Neighbors of a new surf park outside Austin say the park is making waves next door, spilling water into their neighborhood.
The funds were originally seized as evidence during a joint operation in September of 2010.
With advancements in technology, the cost of the BRCA test is now within many women’s reach.
A $5 million plan to purchase iPhones for city police officers did not make the final round of the city budget.
KXAN discovered another top priority of the Attorney General’s Office is making sure it gets paid by those companies it sues.
The city manager says the whole situation stemmed from what he called unusual circumstances.
A federal judge concluded SXSW organizers could not reasonably predict a random crime would happen at their festival locations.
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt is bringing up the possibility of creating a local, independent lab altogether.
The delay has led to some criminal cases being delayed or dismissed including a sexual assault case with the suspect sitting in jail for a y…
Records show Austin Officer Bryan Richter has charged 34 people with resisting arrest, more than any other APD officer in the past decade.
The developer, Terrabrook Falcon Pointe, LLC, is expected to invest millions of dollars in land improvements and infrastructure on the site
The gym owner said customers could go to their second location, but now that’s closing too.
The Texas Department of Public Safety was in the process in asking for a boost in security staffing under the next state budget, as a man va…
KXAN met with 85-year-old Glenda Miller, who’s paid the fee for the last 20 years and didn’t have to.
If you’re at least 65, you’re exempt from paying a “street service fee” on your utility bill. But don’t expect the city to tell you.
When moving homes within Austin, city permitting does not require the mover to inspect the route ahead of time, according to the city.