Based on the video, detectives believe several multiple suspects worked as a team and that they’ve obviously done this before.
A Texas woman claims urinating toy sexually assaulted her at restaurant, a tiger snatches woman at Beijing wildlife park, among others.
The three patients, one over the the age of 50, were infected with the virus during travel to Central America and the Caribbean.
For people who don’t respond to antidepressants, new technology is helping them heal.
Jorge A. Morales-DeLeon, 39, from Katy, Texas, fell to his death on Thursday, July 21.
Through the use of sonar, crews of isolated an area that may contain a body.
The body was found underneath an overpass in south Travis County.
Travis County Sheriff Greg Hamilton is calling on the public to step up and help them solve the case.
The union says the head of AFD is making it harder for aging firefighters to transfer to less physically demanding jobs.
Campus Carry goes into effect on Monday, Aug. 1.
Highland Lakes Elementary school experienced significant turnover in the last school year—more than 30 percent of its faculty and staff—and …
Police say they believe the teen was intentionally hit by the driver.
Their goal is to raise money for the Austin non-profit Helping Hand Home.
“It’s an opportunity for people in the community to come out and meet the police officers as the human beings they are.”
An overturned semi-truck on US 183 at Ben White Boulevard is causing a huge backup.
The crash was on southbound SH 130 around 6 a.m. near FM 812.
A naked suspect left a child in a stranger’s home and took off with their cell phone.
A 911 caller told police they saw a man run off with a small child crying for Mommy.
Participants were able to learn the basics of basketball, get a few tips on fire safety and maybe even spark a career.
Five hundred blue light bulbs were donated from Home Depot and other area businesses.
The new HEB would sit at the corner of Hunter Road and Wonder World Drive.
They’re encouraging teens to get their protein from food sources and not supplements.
Breaking the burn ban is a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine up to $500.