Multiple police departments are posting photos of their employees after a picture of three Gainsville police officers went viral.
The woman’s granddaughter reached out to police through Facebook and asked them to check in one her.
In a video posted to its social media pages, people can be seen holding signs with “Here for you, Florida,” written on them.
The facility helps train first responders in various emergency situations.
Some were injured in a stampede following the explosion.
Texas Gas Service has scheduled a work order to relocate the meter away from the tree and plans to to follow up with Bolden.
Group looking to help domestic violence victims impacted by storms.
Still, more than 100 people are staying the night Thursday in the shelter.
The newly-approve city of Austin budget wrestles with questions of affordability and growth in the city.
When the woman reached up to grab an item from a store shelf, another woman grabbed the purse from the scooter and left the store.
Police say they were called to the 7900 block of Gault Street, near the intersection of West Anderson Lane and North Lamar Boulevard.
It’s an effort to focus more attention on public-safety concerns, like preventing minors from getting alcohol.
The Hays County Sheriff’s Department believes this was an isolated incident.
The Travis County District Attorney’s Office says they’re taking Dukes to trial next month, but only on her misdemeanor charges.
South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said Friday that the missile was launched from Sunan, the site of Pyongyang’s international airport.
Once inside, Florida deputies found the victim, dead in the bed she shared with her mother.
Surveillance video released by the Austin Police Department shows two people running across the road.
Some parents at McNeil High School want answers, as to why a bond project approved in 2014, is taking so long. But the district says they’re…
The agency says they seized 10 bottles of vodka, but couldn’t specify the brand names.
The Dallas City Council voted to remove the statue on Sept. 6.