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A video. A viral reaction. And now, a verdict. A federal jury has decided an Austin Police Department officer used excessive force.
“This, believe it or not, is one of the busiest times for our division,” Jodi Jay, Division Manager for Parks and Rec’s Aquatics Division sa…
The lawsuit states the district had a duty to provide her middle school son staff capable of dealing with his special needs, yet failed to d…
The downtown Municipal Court is decrepit, riddled with asbestos, and at the brink of a “disaster,” according to emails obtained by KXAN.
AISD says it has received heat-related work orders from 90 of its 130 schools.
Dozens of family members and friends came together to honor Ebony Sheppard — a mother who police say was randomly murdered.
Cold is on the Right Plumbing says many people moving to Central Texas from up north don’t realize homes are not built the same way.
The SAE House Corporation is seeking a temporary restraining order to stop the defendants from acting on behalf of the SAE House Corporation…
The Austin Fire Department confirms the driver walked away with “no obvious injuries.”
The Austin History Center would like to expand in the Faulk building but the city says more money is needed to make upgrades and repairs.
As families gathered this Christmas, others gave back to a community that’s in glaring need of help: Austin’s homeless.
The idea is for city staff to analyze the impact of demolishing those units.
One of the recommendations was to bring Austin in line with other cities that require a training course for all employees.
They are also discussing the Aquatic Master Plan, Parks and Recreation fee changes and city demolitions
Monday, four female firefighters with the Austin Fire Department spoke on behalf of the union in response to comments made from James Baker …
The couple’s three children were in foster care due to allegations of a “dangerous situation” at home. Their mother remains in a Florida jai…
The goal is to inspire people to do their part in lowering the wildfire risk.
They’ll also be looking at Visit Austin’s marketing plan and limo/charter service regulations
The city says Crockett Foster missed the state deadline to file a workers’ compensation claim within one year of his diagnosis.
San Marcos police say they do have some vacancies, due to retirement and other factors.