The wait is finally over! Buda City Park is now officially open to the public!!
The entire trail will be a drive-thru experience through Historic Stagecoach Park.
The City of Buda is hosting a new fundraiser to help keep downtown businesses open this holiday season.
When deputies responded to a family violence disturbance call at the home in Buda, they found a man dead in the living room, says HCSO.
A suspect has been arrested and charged after he fled from deputies during a traffic stop and later pulled a handgun when his vehicle was stopped.
The Buda Police Department has arrested a man in connection to a hit-and-run crash outside a grocery store that resulted in the death of 67-year-old Viola Garcez.
Former Texas Longhorn and NFL lineman Tony Hills teamed up with local law enforcement at Buda's new Johnson High School recently.
Police seized 36 grams of marijuana, 31.5 grams of cocaine, 26 tabs of LSD, and about $2,075 in cash.
The Hays County Sheriff's Office says the majority of the 11 charged were juveniles.
“Our street is now a river,” Stacy Lehne of Buda says in the video.
Stage 1 water restrictions will go into effect beginning August 24.
Police notified the district that invasive, but not pornographic, photos of unknowing female students were discovered on Townsend’s cell phone.
The city says no walk-ins will be allowed and all business will be done by phone and computer until further notice.
According to the Buda EDC, the delivery station is expected to open in 2020.
HCSO says Alfred Torres III was visiting family near the Sunfield Subdivision on May 26 when around 1 p.m., he went for a walk.
Doc's Drive-In Theatre is one of just a few drive-in theaters in Central Texas and it's seeing a resurgence of popularity amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials say the Buda Fire Department responded to a home in the 400 block of Overlook Mountain West at around 6:20 a.m. and arrived to find the home fully engulfed.
The buildings will open on Monday, May 18, but phone and online communication are still encouraged.
According to police, a silver Jeep Cherokee driven by a Hispanic male left the roadway and went into the grass median for about a quarter-mile.
The library will be closing Wednesday, March 18 to the public and volunteers. The library says they will continue curbside service and computers will be available by appointment.