Sgt. Jessica Mitchell's shooting death followed that of her 18-year-old brother in 2017, a report said
An AMBER Alert has been issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety for two young children from Central Texas.
A CLEAR Alert has been discontinued for a man who went missing Sunday afternoon in San Antonio. It was discontinued early Tuesday morning.
The pup underwent surgery to repair her pelvis and restore her mobility. She was then sent to a foster home for recovery.
An initial check of some notable Texas food pantries shows that they’re owed thousands of dollars in unclaimed property.
A firefighter with the Austin Fire Department has been temporarily suspended after being arrested in San Antonio.
8 people were recently arrested on federal drug trafficking charges, including a 41-year-old man who previously received a pardon from President Obama.
A father and son in San Antonio have been arrested in connection with an alleged Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors of over $800,000.
The curfew begins Thursday night and extends through Monday morning.
The man admitted to conspiring with a Texas man to administer a chat group for persons who supported ISIS ideology and provide other services to ISIS.
The shelter said the owner burst into tears upon seeing her long-lost dog.
A Texas boy is orphaned after losing both parents to COVID-19 months apart.
A 39-year-old was sentenced to 51 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to aiming a laser pointer at a San Antonio Police Department helicopter.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into the incident, a law enforcement official confirmed to The Texas Tribune Saturday.
Texans will not be required to wear masks when voting after a federal appeals court halted an order that would be mandated voters to don the coverings.
The bipartisan campaign #pollperks is aimed at getting Central Texans to the polls while also helping local businesses in Austin and San Antonio. Voters can show off their "I Voted" stickers and get a discount, freebie, or a treat.
According to the US Attorney's Office, the Texas inmate was convicted in February on three counts of mailing threatening communications.
Police say that just prior to striking the first vehicle, he was traveling nearly 40 mph over the posted speed limit and his blood alcohol content was over three times the legal limit.
A man from San Antonio was killed in a multi-vehicle collision in San Marcos over Labor Day weekend.
On Thursday, for the first time since March when COVID-19 swept into Texas, tourists will be allowed inside the iconic church.