The Austin Police Department has identified the 18-year-old who was killed in a fatal shooting in North Austin earlier this week as Kedarius Griffin.
APH has notified local health care providers that it is following the federal recommendation to pause use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
Local activists continue efforts to try and stop a controversial voting bill that's making its way through the Texas Legislature.
House Bill 1802 calls on the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to conduct a clinical study on psilocybin’s impact on veterans with PTSD.
The Texas House on Thursday gave an initial OK to a bill that would allow handguns to be carried without a permit, marking a win for gun rights activists who have for years pushed the measure at the Legislature but a blow to El Paso Democrats who have been fighting for gun safety measures since the 2019 massacre in their hometown.
The Austin Strategic Mobility Plan guides Austin's transportation planning and implementation over the next 20 years.
The Texas Department of Public Safety continues to urge customers with an expired DL or ID to make an appointment or renew online today.
The Atlas One app allows APD to send geo-fenced alerts when a public safety issue occurs near a user’s current location or places they care about.
Texas Rep. James Talarico collaborated with Ambler's family to craft HB54, which would ban Texas law enforcement from participating in reality TV.
The Storm Prediction Center has included the Austin Metro and most of the Hill Country under a SLIGHT RISK of severe storms.
ERCOT said in a statement this week that it’s usually during this time of year that generating units require maintenance.
Several local groups are protesting what they call voter suppression while the GOP maintains it's a way to make sure our elections are secure.
Authorities are investigating after a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper was involved in a deadly auto-pedestrian crash near the State Capitol.
APD officers are working the scene in the 9400 block of N. Lamar Boulevard near Rundberg Lane.
Austin Pets Alive! is looking to rehome two dogs whose owner was killed when his scooter collided with a truck last week in South Austin.
Currently, Texas law does not protect the confidentiality of alleged victims of sexual assault in civil court. However, there is a bill making its way through the state legislature that could change that.
Community First! Village currently is home to more than 220 formerly homeless who live in permanent homes in the 51-acre community.
House Bill 803, currently awaiting a committee hearing, would change the default to equally shared parenting as long as both parents are deemed capable.
A woman running for a seat on the Lake Travis school board is facing an assault charge after she allegedly shoved a store employee after not following their masking rules.
Austin Parks & Recreation says that there are two main options for this year's summer camps.