As APD prepares to graduate its 136th cadet class next week, the agency continues to work toward diversifying its ranks.
For some individuals, the fans they are gifted are a lifeline.
The legislative session ended May 29, but Abbott has convened a 30-day special session starting July 18 to tackle 20 issues
Since moving into her home in 2003, Saucedo says this is the fifth time a car has crashed into her yard.
City council members approved an audit of the Austin Fire Department’s skyrocketing overtime at a scheduled Thursday meeting.
Starting Sept. 1, all future law enforcement cadets in Texas will be required to undergo 40 hours of mental health training.
Austin police rushed to the scene after the ICE agent radioed that Baltazar-Ramirez was grabbing for his gun.
“It’s stressful. We are afraid,” said one Medicaid patient.
At around 6 p.m., AT&T said the problem was resolved.
The bite happened in the area of Pin Oak Drive at around 4 p.m., deputies say.
Spc. Cooper, was swept away on Fort Hood and, despite an extensive search effort involving more than 800 people, was never found.
Daniel Sullins’s vehicle crashed into the front of the Tacoma. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The bridge stretches over 1,000 feet on the east side of Mopac
On June 7, when 42-year-old Alonso Solis was bicycling down the 6300 block of East Riverside Drive, he was hit by a random shotgun blast.
Austin City Council Member Ellen Troxclair also wants to cut the red tape associated with operating a lemonade stand in the city.
Zack Barth took a bullet to the calf in the rampage. He’s since been released from the hospital.
APD said the area has actually seen a decrease in violent crimes but there’s been an increase in public disorder and criminal trespass cases…
Authorities said one of the drivers was arrested for DWI.
For first time home buyers like Caitlin Intrator, the number seems a bit daunting.
After funding was cut to the Low-Income Vehicle Repair Assistance Program, clues emerge as to why it wasn’t working like it was supposed to.