The Austin Police Department is asking for help in solving two hit and run deaths from the past two weeks. In each case, a man was hit and killed and the
The number of people leaving the scene of minor crashes is increasing in Austin, according to police. In fact, the department created a special unit just to
A bill filed by a key lawmaker would change the statute of limitations for a prosecutor accused of wrongdoing.
15 people have been killed on Austin roads so far in 2013, compared to eight traffic fatalities during the same time period in 2012.
According to the indictment, G.R. Custom Body and Paint in Austin, owned by Hugo Gaspar, served as the primary distribution hub for multiple sources of cocaine
Austin police have arrested two suspects accused of four different aggravated robberies during the last week in January, but they are still looking for a third
The number of violent crimes is down dramatically in Downtown Austin compared to this time last year.
The Austin Police Department hopes a new tool will cut down on dangerous police chases. in 2012, Austin police officers were involved in 135 chases. 22 of
There were 22 infant deaths classified as suffocation by the Travis County Medical Examiner in 2011. Ten of those deaths occurred in Travis County.
When she was planning her honeymoon in Italy in 2005, Holly Kyle had no idea she would be in Rome during an historic moment in the Catholic Church.
Judge Ken Anderson sat quietly in court as a former Williamson County assistant district attorney testified she heard him discuss the eyewitness account of
Michael Morton said Monday he was "drained" following five hours of testimony at the Court of Inquiry for District Judge Ken Anderson, the former prosecutor
Police are seeking the public’s assistance in finding the person who sexually assaulted a woman while in her car near Blarwood Drive and Cockburn Drive in the
City officials hope a new survey of Austin business owners will help determine what worked and what did not during the 2012 Formula One race weekend.
Nearly four years after an 84-year-old man complained to police that he paid $1,800 for a paint job that was never done, police arrested the man accused of
DNA evidence led police to a suspect in the April 8, 2012 death of a man in Northeast Austin, authorities said Thursday.