Last year marked the 100th anniversary of the statue’s unveiling on the south side of the old Williamson County Courthouse.
When the sentencing came down, Sgt. Chris Kelley’s family were holding hands and tears streamed down their faces.
Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists discovered zebra mussel larvae in water samples Oct. 27, and they found young zebra mussels attached to …
The 1 million square-foot commercial and residential development will be built along SH 45, just east of Interstate 35.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Department says the other driver was an elderly man who was headed north in the southbound lanes of SH 195
The sample was taken on Monday from Robinson Park at 206 S. Dolan St. and test results were reported to city officials on Thursday.
On June 24, 2015, Colby Williamson lead Hutto police on a high-speed chase, after refusing to pull over for speeding.
Day two in the murder trial for Colby Ray Williamson started on Wednesday. In opening statements, the defense claimed Kelley’s fractured sku…
RideAustin will provide rides to medical appointments in north Austin, Cedar Park, Round Rock, Pflugerville and greater Williamson County ar…
Several school districts have bonds on the ballot.
The 18-year-old who police say robbed a north Austin bank last week wearing a donut-print hoodie remains in custody.
Colby Ray Williamson’s, 29, murder trial started Monday with jury selection.
The crash happened on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at around 7:17 p.m.
When the deputy asked him where he was going, the child told him he was walking to school and that his parents didn’t know.
Authorities say the suspect would tell victims he was collecting money for hot checks they wrote.
Readers and writers are descending on the state capital this weekend to celebrate literature at the Texas Book Festival.
A neighbor tries to avoid crossing the intersection during his walks, especially after learning a woman died there Saturday.
A pedestrian was hit on Interstate 35 in Round Rock, just south of State Highway 45, police said.
Currently, taxpayers in Williamson County contribute to a fund that pays for people who can’t afford health insurance.
A couple from Leander is keeping Halloween weird with an “I Scare You So Much” decoration on their garage.