The president of the Austin Firefighters Association, Bob Nicks, says Austin has done little wildfire mitigation in high risk areas in recen…
Four years later, once more a neighbor helps another neighbor.
For those who’ve lost their homes, a local organization will be ready to help them rebuild in the months ahead.
Georgetown police are joining the search for a suspected of at least 29 robberies over the past four years, the latest in their jurisdiction…
In areas where roads are impassable or unsafe for travel due to fire or mandatory evacuations, mail delivery services may be temporarily cur…
The regional leader Pete Perez, as well as Michael Ray Arriaga and Albert Guadalupe Mendoza, all live in Austin.
Police believe in the most recent case, a 25-year-old woman believed to be the infant’s mother was in the Bronx apartment with four other ch…
Depending on the funds needed to put on the event this year, the Trail of Lights Foundation may add more pay nights.
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At Smithville Volunteer Fire Department, a typical shift is 12 hours on and 12 hours off, but even time off can be difficult to enjoy.
“It is finally time to head home,” he said.
The moans weren’t of the spooky variety — more like the exceedingly erotic sounds heard in X-rated videos.
The University Interscholastic League suspended Breed for the rest of the school year but could have suspended him for up to three years.
The Bastrop County Complex Fire burned 34,000 acres and killed two people. The Hidden Pines Fire is much smaller in comparison.
As the Hidden Pines fire rages on people are asked to send monetary donations to assist with relief efforts for the Bastrop community.
There are signs the economy has slowed in recent weeks, in part because the strong dollar has cut into exports and overall hiring has weaken…
Dealers will replace the brake-shift interlock mechanism with improved parts. Owners will be notified starting Nov. 24.
In 2011, Bastrop County was devastated by one of the worst wildfires in Texas history.
Austin firefighters are packing fire trucks with chainsaws and shovels to clear out debris and cut down trees in the way of their efforts.
In light of the recent growing number of shootings on college campuses, many schools are preparing students just in case disaster strikes.