The Hays County Sheriff's Office says that a missing Kyle teen has been located and is safe.
The Hays County Sheriff's Office says the majority of the 11 charged were juveniles.
The Kyle City Council has approved next year's $134.2 million budget for the city, which includes a four percent reduction in the property tax rate.
The Kyle City Council has approved a ballot measure seeking approval to fund a new public safety center. Kyle Mayor Travis Mitchell joins Mike Warren on FOX 7 Austin to talk about the ballot in greater detail.
Residents in Kyle who complete the Census could receive vouchers for free admission and items from area organizations.
Police have arrested a man who tried to steal a police vehicle.
The Kyle Police Department has taken a man into custody that attempted to flee the scene of an accident fatality on I-35.
Fajita Drive pays homage to Juan Antonio “Sonny” Falcón who sold the first fajita taco in September of 1969 at a concession booth at a Diez & Seis celebration in Kyle, the city says.
If the proposition passes, construction could begin immediately and would be completed in approximately 14 months.
So far in 2020, more than 34 people have been arrested by Kyle police for misdemeanor crimes considered eligible for cite and release.
The city of Kyle says that Central Texas hospitals are in need of blood donors.
Anyone found harboring Saria could face potential criminal charges.
The ECAP fund will disperse a total of $600,000 to businesses.
All are welcome and no registration is required.
At the food distributions, the food bank will be distributing free food to help those facing increased food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials say that nearby stores and construction sites have been evacuated as a precaution.
This year, the City of Kyle has arranged a special treat in partnership with radio station KTSW 89.9 to live stream music choreographed with the show.
The task force, made of 18 testing and eight support personnel, has set up a system allowing them to test up to 100 people an hour at facilities in Dripping Springs, Wimberley, Kyle and San Marcos.
Nathan Smith, who currently serves as the head band director at Chapa Middle School, will be taking over the position beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
According to police, on Sunday, April 26, John Micheal Rodriguez, 38, was caught on video surveillance stealing a package from in front of a home in the Stonefield Subdivision in Kyle, Texas.