An apparent gunman is seen stepping over the cameras lens and extending his arms as he fires more than a dozen times.
Police are searching for the occupants of a white Mustang who fired at least one shot from I-35 near the FM 620 exit.
“Don’t record,” one of the men says.
Over the years, police have examined several knives, but have never found one they could connect to the killings.
On March 26, Jaharva Sifuentes and her friend were loading up items into a parked car in downtown Austin when 35-year-old Philip Tomber ran …
Seven people on the boat were injured. 144 were on board.
The Boys and Girls Club is facing strong opposition of the project within the University Hills Neighborhood Association.
The downtown Austin food truck location and other mobile units have been cashless for the last two months already.
Earlier this year, the Austin Independent School District outfitted 300 buses with stop-arm camera technology, to help catch drivers who don…
“I just wanted my baby. It felt like I was holding my son again. It felt so good.”
Arsenic is naturally present in water, air, food and soil in two forms: organic and inorganic.
The school district says, based on what has been shared with them by Austin police so far, all activities happened off campus.
Officer Christopher Van Buren tased Armando Martinez on Aug. 27, 2015 after police were called to the scene for a call of public urination.
Police say they have seen a spike in car burglaries in the area.
An expert said the yearling was probably making its first annual migration without its mother.
An undercover officer posing as a 16-year-old boy contacted him, they exchanged texts and agreed to meet at a mall.
The company went on to sell 232 million iPhones last year. And on Thursday, crowds formed at some stores as the new iPhone SE went on sale.
Westbound lanes of Avery Ranch Boulevard at Loxley Lane are blocked while police investigate the crash.
The lawsuit says an actor was injured after he was placed on top of an explosive charge.
Police say Elizabeth English was dragged for nearly half-a-mile, from Airport Boulevard to Greenwood Avenue.