Kyle police arrested a man after finding an unconscious woman with severe blunt force trauma injuries. The woman later died at the hospital.
An 18-year-old was sentenced to a decade in prison for giving pills laced with fentanyl to a Kyle teenager who died of an overdose.
An 18-year-old is facing four felony charges after a string of robberies in Kyle and Hays County.
A woman is facing an intoxication manslaughter charge after a fatal crash last week in Kyle.
Hays CISD says it received an allegation about the employee on Sunday and reported it to law enforcement and CPS.
Heavy rains brought floodwaters rushing over busy roadways and into yards and parks in Hays County on Monday.
A car theft in Southeast Austin led to the arrest of a suspected fentanyl dealer for the 2022 death of a 20-year-old man in Travis County. Meredith Aldis has more in this CrimeWatch.
Widespread rain in Central Texas has led to the closure of numerous low water crossings.
A 20-year-old man was arrested and charged with numerous felonies after he robbed a victim of her car in Austin, the Austin Police Department (APD) said.
Steven Rodriguez is facing a bond violation charge and a first-degree felony assault charge, but more could be pending, says the Hays County Sheriff's Office.
The victim was as young as 6 or 7 when the assaults began, and kept it a secret until she was a teenager.
Hays County law enforcement learned a man may have killed a person in the Riverside neighborhood in Austin. When APD officers investigated the scene in southeast Austin, they found a body.
The Kyle Police Department has dedicated its victim services rooms to Samantha Dean, the woman who first started the program. Dean was murdered in 2015. Meredith Aldis has the details in this week's CrimeWatch.
The city of Kyle is helping kids all over the city get to see and wave at Santa during the annual Santa Rides Dec. 12-14.
The Kyle Police Department is praising the actions of a young man who led them to the suspect in an Amber Alert case from November. Missing in Texas Reporter Angela Shen has the details.
The public hearings are the final stages in the process of adopting the plan, and the final hearing in January will include a Kyle City Council vote.
The “Grinch Watch" began last year as a way to warn residents about porch pirates and holiday thieves, with the Grinch ultimately being “arrested" by Kyle police.
Kyle police are warning holiday shoppers to be careful as criminals are taking advantage during this time.
Have you seen this man? The Hays County Sheriff's Office is searching for a burglary suspect in Kyle.
Car burglaries increase during the holidays which is how many criminals are able to find a set of keys to steal a vehicle.