Covert Chevrolet in Bastrop had $133,000 worth of tires and rims stolen from their trucks.
The survey is the first step in disaster preparedness research from a $150,000 Economic Recovery Preparedness Grant.
The foundation is looking to raise a total of $150,000 to have two dozen tablets and laptops at each school.
The men are believed to have committed nine robberies in downtown Austin.
APD said they will not share a picture of the bike with media to make it easier to identify the true owner of the bike.
The top two redevelopment proposals illustrate multi-functional spaces and how the spaces interact with each other.
Six people, including the driver of the SUV were injured and are being transported by Austin-Travis County EMS.
Police declined to release the man’s name or further details about him, saying he was not charged or arrested.
Bernardo Tercero, 39, would be the 11th prisoner put to death this year in Texas. His attorneys say he’s not fit for the punishment.
Thousands of students at UT are looking for various ways to get to class.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission says the undercover operation begins in early September when classes have resumed for the fall term.
Authorities arrested Loren McFall at his parent’s residence, which is also a licensed in-home daycare facility.
A call came into the Austin Fire Department at 10:41 a.m. today reporting a fire that has now been contained at Mendez Middle School.
To combat this issue the district opened Christine Camacho Elementary School to ease the crowds this year.
Round Rock ISD will open their doors today to the 48,000 students in the district.
A North Texas county judge said Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton cannot skip his court hearing Thursday.
Austin Police say a person is in custody after a SWAT team was called out just after 3:30 Tuesday morning to a house at 1300 Neans Dr.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler says he wants Austin Police officers to wear body cameras beginning next year.
After investigators found bed bugs, lice and not enough beds in an Austin group home, its operator is defending the conditions there.
People who live and work in East Austin says more needs to be done to improve pedestrian safety at East Sixth and Waller Streets.