“She could have said no but I feel like that was a disadvantage to me and the rest of the students who didn’t want to drink his urine.”
Wimberley volunteer firefighters are gathering equipment to make sure they are prepared if flash flooding occurs.
A judge ordered the man held on $150,000 bond.
Police were called to the gas station at 1900 S. Mays St. at around 9:40 p.m.
Investigations have revealed agencies giving settlements and severance payments that total hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The seller of the freezer said it was part of a class project she was doing with her church Sunday School class.
The department says with additional rainfall expected over the next few days, trail conditions and high flowing water from upstream dam rele…
The shooting was reported at around 10 a.m. at UCLA’s Boelter Hall, part of the Samueli School of Engineering & Applied Science.
Countless fires have been put out, with numerous lives saved by dedicated firefighters spanning 100 years in Austin.
Happy Birthday, Julian! Hope to see you on set soon.
In an interview with ESPN Starr says he’ll remain with the university as a professor.
Mark Brunner resigned his post at the district attorney’s office in April, stating he wanted to focus on his private law practice.
The boy was an 8th-grade student she met last summer.
An employee lent the keys to Daniel Ratliff while helping another customer. When she looked up he was driving away.
The Austin Police Department is now linking several east and southeast Austin cases to the same suspect or suspects.
The lawsuit claims the park opened early in May 2014 under financial pressure, before it could be adequately staffed with lifeguards.
The graduation season is in full swing and that means one tech item is in extra hot demand–laptops.