With COVID-19 protocols in place, Phase 2 facilities opened to students this week. For the department chair of the culinary arts program, it's been a long time coming.
Travis County DA José Garza announced the return of three indictments against three law enforcement officers that came out of two separate incidents.
Danielle Cotey was driving home in her neighborhood when she encountered a suspicious driver.
Under current law, it is up to individual officers whether or not to detain someone to conduct blood alcohol testing if they have hit a pedestrian.
The decline is a crucial step in getting ahead of COVID-19 as public health officials clamor to get everyone vaccinated in the phase 1a and 1b groups.
The lawsuit challenges the 100-day moratorium on deportations.
CEO and founder of Lift ATX Daniel Hinojosa says he took the plunge in opening a gym
Small businesses interested in participating in the program should contact their local Chamber of Commerce for more information.
Austin Public Health is providing its weekly update on the coronavirus including the latest numbers as well as the rollout of the vaccine
Staff Sgt. Timothy Manchester, 34, joined the Texas Army National Guard in 2018, after serving in the U. S. Marine Corps.
If you’d like to weigh in on how Austin could or should improve public safety, the City of Austin is offering a couple of virtual forums to do just that.
For the past year, Dr. Aliza Norwood says COVID-19 has really worried her since she is in the healthcare industry and works directly with patients.
Eanes ISD's superintendent spoke Thursday about how they were able to secure 138 COVID-19 vaccines for district staff.
In an email chain with Austin City Council member Alison Alter, Chief Manley said he has spoken with the special agent in charge of the investigation.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a roundtable discussion in Austin on public safety and law enforcement.
Along with Round Rock ISD, schools around the Austin region have been trying to ride the waves day by day.
A store employee reported a man had entered the store and displayed a handgun while demanding money in Spanish.
Texas AG Ken Paxton vowed to "challenge federal overreach" by President Biden’s administration following Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
A cyclist was killed after he was hit by the driver of a black sedan in Northeast Austin and police are looking for the driver who fled the scene.
Threats of violence leading up to Inauguration Day thankfully didn't materialize but this doesn't mean the beefed up security is going away.