Firefighters from departments throughout Williamson County are learning the proper way to train in the gym, to prevent injuries on the job.
A brother and sister pair of young adults are selling glasses that make it safe to view the total solar eclipse this August.
The family thought they were getting a ticket, but a great surprise happened instead.
State Farm reports Texas is second only to Florida in lightning claims, standing at 9,098 claims.
Newly elected Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody said he solicited a dozen retired law enforcement officers now living in the area to ta…
Construction is already underway on the city’s part, extending DB Wood Road from Highway 29 to Leander Road, bringing cars around I-35.
Firefighters were called to a Cedar Park home after lightning struck as a band of storms moved through the city Monday afternoon.
Round Rock police say the suspect actually left the bank without any money.
Police departments across the state are being forced to pay for lab work sent to the Texas Department of Public Safety — a service that use…
DPS says the motorcyclist tried to avoid hitting a car when he crashed.
The data gathered by the cable strips is used for deciding future development.
A Union Pacific train and a pickup truck collided and the driver left the scene at I-35 and McNeil Road.
“Did she move? Did she go some place else?” Newman wondered of her doctor of more than 20 years.
Officers were called to the store at 12020 North Farm to Market 620, near Hatch Road, at 12:58 a.m. on Wednesday.
One person is dead following a crash involving a motorcycle on FM 973 between Taylor and Manor.
It’s been nearly a week since bridal company Alfred Angelo shut down its stores nationwide.
As the number of suicides increases in Williamson County, Justice of the Peace Judge Bill Gravell says something has to be done to save live…
Is a passcode standing between investigators and evidence that points to a different suspect in the case?
The Circle K at FM 620 and Hatch Road was robbed Wednesday morning
Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody tweeted, “One bad apple doesn’t reflect all of us at WilCo.”