Mayor Adler’s new ordinance prohibits mandatory fingerprinting and allows for incentive programs, such as the proposed Thumb’s Up! program.
Volunteers participated in a phone bank to motivate people to come out and vote during the March 1 primary.
Lions Krav Maga in North Austin teaches people to do anything but freeze when under attack.
Despite his resignation, the memo states most witnesses expressed a hope that he would not be terminated because of a lapse in judgment.
“David was a high school senior, who dreamed of going to college this fall. He played football and soccer for his school, and loved to liste…
Austin’s NAACP head believes Joseph’s behavior should have been enough to warrant the input and response of the Austin Police Department’s C…
By an 8-7 vote Wednesday, the council rejected the booking of this summer’s Exxxotica expo at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
The Williamson County Animal Shelter is preparing for an expansion, and a partnership would add Pflugerville to the equation.
“If I would’ve been there, maybe she wouldn’t have went looking for acceptance from older guys.”
Austin Police Association President said the difference between using a stun gun or a gun depends on the perception of the officer who is ex…
“He has a history with us, but it’s not extensive.”
As the family waits for answers from Austin police, a memorial now sits where David Joseph was shot.
Over 25 San Marcos businesses have organized to petition back in parking, one way street changes to two way, and possible parking meters.
DPS to get in-car cameras that offer twice the width of view of current cameras.
He is said to be calling donors and supporters to give them the news.
The country road flanked by gloriously gnarled beech trees provides the central path through the mythical world of Westeros.
A man was hit by a car while crossing N. Lamar Boulevard in a motorized wheelchair on Saturday, Jan. 30.
She was charged with illegally being in possession of wildlife in July.
The arrests of Carlos Moreno, 59, of Austin, and John Gonzales, 38, of Belton followed a joint operation the attorney general’s office and G…
“There were thousands of them.”