The man accused of killing a Cedar Park baby by placing the child’s head between his knee and the floor has accepted a plea deal of 30 years…
A San Antonio man plead guilty on Thursday to a string of bank robberies along Interstate 35.
The winners will be honored during an awards luncheon in September at the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas (FOIFT) annual conferen…
While the department isn’t aware of any immediate threats made to central Texas, law enforcement agencies across the area say they want to i…
The disease is caused by proteins believed to be spread through deer urine, saliva and feces.
Law enforcement expects this Fourth of July weekend to be busy on Lake Travis and area lakes.
The law allows Texas residents who have concealed handgun licenses to carry handguns onto a higher education campus.
Instead of letting the thieves drive away, a woman tried to retrieve her purse and ended up getting hurt.
The seam on the flotation device can leak air and deflate, posing a risk of drowning.
To us, fireworks are the sparkling embodiment of July Fourth. But to dogs, they truly are bombs bursting in air.
Quinton Duane Baker didn’t forget to eat his greens during a June 30 traffic stop in North Austin, according to police.
We are working to get more information Thursday about a train derailment in Caldwell County.
The man’s body was found around 8:30 a.m. on Thursday.
Lake Levels are high enough to pull us out of Stage 2 Water restrictions, but Austin Water says right now they won’t do it.
Researchers at Texas State are getting extra help in their effort to identify dozens of migrants discovered in South Texas. It’s slow, pains…
A 40-year-old man was killed Wednesday after a forklift he was operating flipped over and crushed him, according to Austin Police.
Neighbors of a one-lane bridge near Pflugerville believe it is dangerous, and they’re asking for changes.
An inmate who managed to escape from a Travis County Sheriff’s Office corrections officer June 27 was captured Wednesday in Houston.
“We want to own that and tell you what we’re doing about it.”
Setting off fireworks is illegal within Austin and Round Rock city limits, and 5,000 feet beyond that boundary. That is also the rule for ma…