She told police she remembered taking pills and believed she hurt herself with a knife, but asked the officers if she had done “anything bad…
“He didn’t have that lure of greed and power and oppression. He is a simple man who lived a very routine and habit-filled life.”
As the competition for athletic field space continues to grow in Pflugerville, there is some relief in sight.
The Montana-based production company specializes in outdoors shows and programming for the National Rifle Association.
The initiative began on Friday, March 4 lasted through Tuesday, March 22.
A man in his 50s was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Austin-Travis County EMS.
Students at John B. Hood Middle School voted to change its name to Piedmont Global Academy on Monday.
The app allows users to pay for parking remotely from their devices eliminating the need for coins, cash or cards.
The pedestrian who was hit and killed the night of Friday, Mar. 18 while crossing Interstate 35 near E. Riverside Drive.
The Austin Country Club is surrounded by several neighborhoods, but very few parking lots.
The family is appealing and will go to the California Supreme Court if necessary.
Her relatives have filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
The state’s child welfare agency is also investigating the March 8 shooting.
Sen. Ted Cruz drew criticism following the Brussels terror attacks for saying, “We need to empower law enforcement to patrol and secure Musl…
None are in custody.
He’s been ordered to pay a $2,500 fine and make restitution of more than $8,000.
After the heavy flooding in Central Texas during 2015, the Lower Colorado River Authority has added five new stream and river gauges to the …
The former officer is accused of lying about a colleague’s use of force.
The ritual is meant to be a gesture of service, and re-enacts a rite Jesus performed on his apostles before being crucified.
Police say using a baton and firearm, the men demanded money while threatening the store clerk.