The breach occurred between Oct. 25 and Jan. 19.
The woman threatened the Chevron employees with a weapon and then robbed the business.
Demonstrators in Tehran chanted traditional slogans against the U.S. and Israel.
They have sent letters to people with warrants for violations as minor as unpaid parking tickets asking them to pay their fines.
Officials want to make sure construction on Kenney Fort Blvd doesn’t affect the MoKan corridor in the future
Russian runner Maria Savinova was stripped of her 2012 Olympic gold medal for doping on Friday.
Austin police say they assisted because the initial call indicated the ICE officer’s life might have been in danger.
Experts believe this will make sure that DNA labs are following the most “current and consistent” practices in the industry.
Starting on Friday, all pet fees will be waived in hopes of getting 600 pets adopted.
The landlord says he did not receive any notice for the closing of the restaurant.
Less than half of American adults have a will.
Fears among undocumented parents is growing over rumors of immigration raids and the concern of being pulled over in a traffic stop.
February happens to be kindness month, and Feb. 17 is Random Acts of Kindness Day.
Her husband, 68-year-old Jimmy Lee Rhodes, has been charged with murder.
Elijha was born a month early and weighed less than 5 pounds.
The Austin Chamber has unveiled an agenda meant to improve the city’s affordability, ranging from housing needs to permitting and building.
The Texas Municipal Police Association let KXAN Investigator Kevin Schwaller try a virtual use of force simulator.