Deputies were called to the store on Highway 21 and FM 2001 at 10:15 p.m. Two suspects went into the store and fired multiple shots.
Texas Water Development Board will take four to six weeks to determine which agencies will be eligible for flood prevention monies.
Five-month-old Brody Havins died on Jan. 13 while in the care at Holly Harrison’s home.
Six ridesharing companies in Austin are taking part in an informational session Thursday. It’s free and open to the public.
Celia Loza-Aviles, 33, was driving northbound Sunday in the 2400 block of Interstate 35, near E. Oltorf Street, when she was rear-ended.
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory which will likely continue for several days after the heat index in Central Texas re…
Kalahari Resorts and Conventions plans to bring an indoor and outdoor water park, a resort and convention center.
While Lake Travis floods, its sister reservoir to the north, Lake Buchanan, remains just below full, and it will stay that way for years.
A son is in custody accused of shooting and killing his father with shotgun.
Most of Lake Austin was back open to recreational use on Wednesday.
A full Hazmat team has contained the leak.
The suspect told police, “It was easy and hardly took any effort.”
“The best strategy to make the changes that you want to see in the world is to do something about it yourself.”
A moment of silence was held and the names of the victims were read in remembrance.
A serious lack of affordable housing is leading to many having to live outside the city with a longer commute to work.
The parade started at the Hyde Park Market, also known as the “flag store,” and ended at Fairfield Lane and Eilers Avenue.
They heard from people with ideas to improve traffic and potentially setup corridors to get people moving through high traffic areas.
The county says they don’t yet have a timeline on when all the roads will be repaired.
Hugo Maya-Rodriguez, 29, was charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intention to distribute, a first degree felony.
The lawsuit claims three boys put a rope around the neck of a 12-year-old girl and jerked her to the ground, causing burns around her neck.