An internal review recommended Officer Jairus Warren’s dismissal for using excessive force in the Sept. 14 beating of Darrell Giles, who is …
The Hays County Sheriff’s Office says the crash happened just after 1 p.m. on U.S. 290 at Belterra Drive.
The Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office has publicly apologized to a Georgia mother after a deputy allegedly threatened to arrest her for indec…
Commissioners say the increased public awareness about the need to obey school zone speed limits is the reason behind ending program.
Police say she was in possession of 0.05 ounces of marijuana and 3.1 grams of meth.
The babies are expected a few weeks apart according to the sisters.
A disgruntled lawyer wearing military-style apparel with old Nazi emblems had two weapons and more than 2,500 rounds of live ammunition.
According to Shkreli, the two highest bids so far are $78,000 and $25,000.
The third suspect, Marcellus Burgin, led police on a chase in Houston on Friday and was arrested late Monday.
The Harris County Commissioners approved the $10.5 million needed for the design of a new parking garage.
Police say the officer is okay and walking around.
According to investigators, the pedestrian may have been intoxicated at the time he was crossing.
Prosecutors say he killed his parents over a dispute about unfinished schoolwork and disobedience.
The state is appealing after a federal judge dismissed the manslaughter indictment against Charles Kleinert, the former APD detective who sh…
As Hazmat crews decontaminated and ventilated the home Monday, the smell of cat urine and feces permeated through the street.
Austinites will be able to see the full spectrum of history from exploration, to slavery, emancipation, and achievements in art and science.
Starting at 8 p.m. the northbound Loop 1 bridge will close from US 290 to Loop 360.
Millions missing from Texas Veteran Hospitals. Parents angered over local school’s transgender bathroom policy.
It only took minutes for the attacks to start flying in the first presidential debate.
Parents packed the Dripping Springs ISD board meeting to voice opinions on a third grader being allowed to use the girls bathroom.