An employee has serious burn injuries and was flown by helicopter to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.
Prosthetics can be expensive, but students at Summit Christian Academy aren’t putting a price on the designs their printing.
Wrapping his hands around her neck, the father “violently” pushed her against the wall.
Pflugerville and Round Rock police are working together to identify the possible suspect.
Authorities believe the same suspects are burglarizing the Life Storage in Cedar Park.
New Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick says his team found more than 200 cases from 2014 when he took office this year.
High school students have many struggles, including depression and anxiety, but a new organization is giving teens an outlet.
The Tommy Ketterhagen Memorial Ride started at East View High School and looped around some of Tommy’s favorite cycling spots.
According to a RRISD spokesperson, the substitute was allegedly caught with a male student at an off-campus park in November.
Georgetown police say Aaron Davison is charged with accident involving death in connection with Thomas “Tommy” Ketterhagen death.
Gloria Gonzalez-Dholakia with the Leander Educational Excellence Foundation was up early for KXAN News Today to talk about what LEEF does.
The new Sheriff’s Office Training Center will have space for defensive tactics training, driving simulation and officer fitness.
In official documents, a Texas Ranger described Runquist as a current and ongoing threat to the children of Williamson County.
Holt Cat expects to hire specialized heavy-equipment mechanics as well as administrative, sales and marketing positions with an average sala…
Video surveillance shows a gray, 2-door vehicle, possibly a Toyota Scion, parked in front of the building during daytime hours.
Investigators believe Ketterhagen was struck by a vehicle that might be blue.
Florence Elementary School was visited by five U.S. Army Operational Test Command soldiers from Fort Hood as part of the Adopt-a-School prog…
Both the Whataburger and the convenience store will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Frito and six of his siblings were adopted out from the Texas Humane Heroes in October 2015.
The ‘Immortal Ten’ died when their bus was hit by a train on the bridge on Jan. 22, 1927.