Chief financial officer says the data doesn’t add up after employee said she was evicted and lost her car over payroll issues.
In 2015, 1,134 people contacted the OPM or the Austin Police Department’s Internal Affairs Department wishing to file a complaint.
If you ever wanted to go on long road trips with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, now’s your chance.
Now, DPS is asking for another billion to pay for the surge over the next few years.
This is all because of recent deaths and medical emergencies involving patients under anesthesia, like 14-month-old Daisy Lynn Torres.
A Travis County public utility is facing thousands of dollars in fines for environmental violations.
Neighbors of Zoe’s Safe Place say the North Austin boarding home’s residents are a nuisance, and they are disrupting business, according a l…
Omar Weaver Rosales’ “demand” letters and threats of litigation are a new twist to a familiar pattern, according to a longtime attorney.
The down time ranged from 10 minutes to nine hours while offices were open.
A KXAN Investigation into the racial profiling records of Austin Police and the Texas Department of Public Safety has been recognized with a…
The plan involves assigning a dedicated prosecutor to each of eight district courts.
The City Council is set to make a decision on the future of the park’s operation at a special Thursday evening meeting.
In 20 years, trips in North MoPac’s main lanes will take about 44 minutes, measurably better than the up-to 60 minutes projected if no new l…
The signs will be lowered on all the exit ramps from Interstate 35 from Riverside Drive to US 183, as well as on 183A toll road and US 290 t…
Each case will need to be reviewed, and experts now estimate the costs may exceed $7 million and potentially top $14 million.
A grant program operated by the state has awarded $8.2 million in the past year and a half to law enforcement agencies large and small for b…
The abrupt closure of T.A. Brown Elementary School because of safety concerns grabbed the attention of parents.
The problems at the Austin Police Department DNA lab could eventually cost you, the taxpayer.
Some City Council members are interested in automatically exempting seniors from paying the city’s “transportation user fee.”
The audit determined the department had “grossly inefficient practices” that resulted in the purchase of an unnecessary vehicle and the wast…