Back to school is just around the corner, and Del Valle is the first district in the area to kick off classes, on Tuesday, August 9.
Some Central Texas school districts are implementing or expanding clear backpack policies for the 2022-23 school year following the mass shooting in Uvalde.
FCSO says that during a probable cause search of the vehicle, a deputy found marijuana, THC-infused gummies and a handgun.
A search warrant executed at the Carter Motel yielded THC oil, marijuana, THC wax, bottles of promethazine, packaging and paraphernalia for selling narcotics, a handgun, and cash.
A man reportedly ran into a LaGrange phone store, took two phones, and ran out. He was later found traveling on FM 609 and was booked into jail due to an active Parole Violation warrant.
At least one child was killed in one of the fires, according to the Fayette County Sheriff's Office.
Local school districts, colleges and universities are closing Thursday, Feb. 3 due to winter weather coming to Texas. You can see if your student's school district in this article.
Several H-E-B stores in the Central Texas area are set to close early on Thursday, Feb. 3 due to wintry weather conditions.
The Fayette County Sheriff's Office said that there has been a 14% increase in calls for service and a 12.5% increase in reports generated over the last five years.
The Fayette County Sheriff's Office says the man said he was heading to work in Austin when he got an alert on his iPhone that he was being tracked.
The juvenile, a student who attends La Grange Middle School, was later detained and charged.
Logan Herdler, 17, and Justin Lewis, 18, have been arrested and charged with felony theft.
34-year-old Charles Lee Tillman Jr was added to the list on Sept. 15 and was November’s featured fugitive.
A few homes caught on fire following a controlled burn in Fayette County. There were no reported injuries, according to local authorities.
Along with 54-year-old Maugere, 36-year-old Chasity Robinson, and 35-year-old Michael Burgess, we’re arrested in connection to the operation.
The deputy conducted a search on the vehicle and found a baggie of marijuana, gummie bears, and 7 grams of Adderall. The driver admitted the contraband was hers.
This is the second big rain event this year in La Grange. It's also another warning of how quickly conditions can change.
The transition from rescue, escape, to recovery took less than 24 hours.
There was flooding in La Grange and west of Flatonia a tornado touched down.
The driver Briana Tenorio,18, and passenger Jonathan Gonzalez, 20, were arrested for felony drug possession and taken to the Dan R. Beck Justice Center.