Round Rock police and Travis County Sheriff’s office investigating shooting in Cimmaron neighborhood
One of the HCRA riders said exceeding the goal says a lot about the community.
More than $89,000 has been donated in just nine days.
Austin police are investigating if speed was a factor in the crash
Police are investigating a car crash on MoPac in downtown Austin that left one person dead.
Deputies say the shooter is dead.
The shelter also opened an hour early to observe the campaign.
About 30 members graduated from Austin Fire Department’s Pass the Torch Academy Saturday morning
AUSTIN (KXAN) — A child is in the hospital after an overnight crash in Northwest Austin. It happened at around midnight at the 2300 block of…
The Austin Fire Department will be going door-to-door to install the alarms in Franklin Park.
The family is asking for any information that can help police catch Felix Serrano’s killer.
The lane and ramp closures on MoPac and the adjacent frontage road near Parmer Lane will be in place to allow for installation of drainage s…
On multiple occasions, Lt. James Crowther deliberately placed his fire engine out of service when it was not appropriate to do so.
APD Officer Bryan Richter has been in the spotlight since video of him restraining Breaion King during a traffic stop became public July 21.
Austin-Travis County EMS say the man has potentially life-threatening injuries after the incident in the 12100 block of Metric Boulevard at …
Seventeen-year-old Pflugerville High School Senior D’Avion Griffin watched what happened to Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge and wanted to do s…
For months, Travis County officials have known about a racially charged comment directed at King following her violent arrest during a traff…
King says she remembers the tense moments on June, 15 2015. She says she was confused when Officer Bryan Richter stopped her.
Leading up to a protest against police violence this afternoon, KXAN obtained a copy of report created by Pflugerville police that details t…
The crosswalk, just south of Enfield Road, was installed Thursday by the Austin Transportation Department.
“If I had reviewed that video, I would have said there needs to be a full investigation,” Frasier said in an interview Friday.
They are expected to remain on scene to watch for flare-ups.
Officials estimate 150,000 gallons of water have been released from the break.