Chad Warren Sanders, 40, was arrested on Monday — his birthday — and has been charged with causing injury to a child.
The new pickup service will run on the same route as the MetroFlex, but service will be three days a week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with no sche…
Officers pulling over someone they suspect of DWI will apply for search warrants to draw blood.
Police said residents in two nearby apartment buildings could have witnessed something.
Hemphill Elementary was ranked as ‘improvement required’ last school year.
Overton was hospitalized for pneumonia over the weekend.
In the robberies, the man enters the store, displays a gun and demands money from a register.
Senate Bill 5, which would allow someone to vote without a photo ID as long as they sign a certified note, already passed the Texas Senate a…
Everett Cole Rainey was convicted of a 2009 aggravated sexual assault of a teenager in Caldwell County.
Fred Burton with Stratfor joined KXAN News Today anchor John Dabkovich to discuss potential ISIS ties to the attack.
Local and Texas-based bands will be playing at stages across the venue. They will be announced at a later date.
The airport’s food rescue program started on March 1 and, in the first month, 3,500 unsold food products were donated to those in need.
A man and a woman were inside the car when it went down an embankment.
The officer stopped his patrol car when the alarm went off and notified the city’s fleet services department.
AISD is planning to give a 1.5-percent pay increase for all employees, and increase contributions to health insurance.
Texas bill could allow community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees in subject areas like nursing.
KXAN obtained dash camera video showing the moment Pat Johnson hurled a rock at a University of Texas at Austin patrol car on May 14, 2016.
Mental illness advocates say whether state hospitals can improve in Texas may depend on the financial investment decided by lawmakers.
The $23 million bond to fund a new police station passed by nine votes on the May 6 election.
Jeffrey Lynn Walters, 51, was charged on Friday, May 19, with the third degree felony charge and resigned from his position Monday.