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.
Recent rains have pushed lake levels up a foot and a half in the last 12 hours.
EMS said the child was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Starting June 1, customers can opt for two-day delivery or overnight delivery for a $95 yearly membership fee or $4.99 per eligible order.
Pilot program hopes to change traditional policing methods; moving beyond citations and into action with a meaningful impact.
The man accused of killing his former roommate late Tuesday night in Del Valle has officially been charged with capital murder.
ESPN’s X Games are set to begin Thursday, June 2, and already they’ve had to delay some of the building at the Circuit of the Americas.
Beau Hossler overcame an injury to his left shoulder while getting up-and-down from a bunker with his putter to close out his match Tuesday.
Anyone who ignores the ban will likely meet Austin Police Officer John O’Donnell, Jr., who is on lake patrol.
The 855,000-square foot facility is currently under construction. It’s slated to be completed this summer.
His attorney says desperation drove the man to don an Iron Man mask and used the fake bomb to threaten tellers.
After criticism, the city emphasized the statues are a donation and pointed out that several different organizations had approved the design…