The executive session agenda item includes looking at training, policies and procedures within the Cedar Park Police Department.
Chimene Onyeri is accused of trying to shoot and kill Judge Julie Kocurek outside her home on Nov. 6, 2015.
If residents don’t move their vehicles prior to street resurfacing, the city is left no other option but to tow vehicles still parked in the…
The BMW sedan crashes front-first into the pavement, before violently bouncing back on a Chevrolet Tahoe on July 13.
The longtime east Austin resident spent five days at the hospital in May after he was diagnosed with pneumonia.
A water leak flooded the entire office.
The bank received numerous complaints from customers, some of whom reported thousands of dollars missing from their accounts
In April, the city unveiled a special task force designed to study and create a plan to address racism throughout Austin.
Austin Energy customers can receive a $25 rebate on several different thermostats.
The Austin City Council will also discuss short-term housing for the homeless.
The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter in Georgetown has a three-day deadline to adopt or foster out its cats.
The Democrat from Henderson, who served four years starting in 1983, was known for his approach to public education.
Austin is one of three cities to help collect data that will then be used to help establish smoke alarm installation programs.
The $49 million renovation will gut the interior of the former Austin High School.
KXAN has reported on the struggles to crack down on apartments on Austin Code’s Repeat Offender List
Carlos Saldivar, who worked as a firearms instructor for the department, was fired on Feb. 23, 2016.
House Bill 188 would allow a homeowner to build or remodel under the rules in place when they bought the property for seven years.
Last year, more than 750 people in Texas died from misuse of prescribed pain medication.
The Austin Police Department Organized Crime Division Narcotics Team rounded up the six facing federal indictments on Thursday, Aug. 3.
SB 4 is scheduled take effect on Sept. 1.