Police describe the suspect as Hispanic, in her late teens to early twenties, around five foot two, of thin build and with long dark hair wi…
Last session, state lawmakers increased the department’s budget by 13 percent in order to reduce child abuse and neglect.
Michael Morton’s wife was murdered by Mark Norwood in 1986.
A Leander father who police say left his 4-year-old girl in a hot car for approximately 20 minutes while he went shopping. Kory Hurd, 29, is…
A design for the PMT would be a system of on-demand autonomous cars designed to carry six people at a time and travel around 100 mph
During police questioning Victor Manuel Garcia-Loyo admitted to shooting his girlfriend several times during an argument at her apartment.
The coming weeks will feature higher than normal numbers of some insects, which have been fooled odd August conditions into migrating early.
The boy claims Johnson would give him drugs and alcohol.
Triple digit heat. Did Rice’s band performance go too far? Pedestrian dies in South Austin crash.
Due to the fact that the governor is paralyzed from the waist down, he did not realize his feet were in the hot water for several minutes.
Paddle jam in honor of Kristin McLain and Jessica Hollis helps raise money for better access to mental health services for first responders.
Austin police say a man was trying to cross the street when he fell down twice.
We’re now just 50 days away from the Presidential election. This year Donald Trump is doing better than expected in some states but in he is…
Travis County commissioners will vote Tuesday, followed by the Austin City Council Thursday, on a team to run the sobriety center.
Police say James Schulze, 41, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault following a family dispute.
Austin-Travis County tweeted that the fall happened around 6:40 p.m.
TxDOT hopes to remind drivers that properly buckling children in is an every day, year-round responsibility.
The theme for their museum event is titled “A Recruit’s World” which showcases a day in the life of a DPS recruit.
Adults, children and dogs dressed up superheroes to raise money for children who have been abused or neglected.
The park will re-open to the public on Friday, Oct. 14.