SafeHorns president Joell McNew joins Marcel Clarke to discuss the state's public safety help and UT's security needs.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission's Cops in Shops program specifically will be aimed at package and convenience stores.
Stephen Putonti, 52, has been charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon into a prohibited place, a third-degree felony.
All power has been restored to all but one customer in the downtown area, says Austin Energy.
There are now patrols within two blocks of any state building in Austin, including the Texas State Capitol complex and the University of Texas campus.
The Austin Police Department has released surveillance video from a New Year's Day shooting on Sixth Street as it continues to look for the suspect.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is increasing patrols in downtown Austin and around the University of Texas. Governor Greg Abbott made the order after a recent spike in crime.
Seven of the 11 scenarios evaluated would permanently close Rainey Street to traffic between River and Driskill streets.
No arrest has been made at this time, according to APD.
Anyone with information about this incident or this suspect is asked to call Aggravated Assault Unit detectives.
Austin Transportation Department safety officer Lewis Leff joins Marcel Clarke to discuss how the LPIs will help improve safety for pedestrians downtown.
The system, Leading Pedestrian Intervals or LPIs, gives pedestrians five to seven seconds of dedicated time to begin crossing an intersection before drivers get a green light.
TABC has issued an emergency 60-day suspension for Terminal Six on Jan. 3. The suspension went into effect shortly after 12 p.m.
Thirty-eight-year-old Timothy Mitchell was sentenced to 200 days in jail for attacking two people on the Congress Avenue bridge in October.
Two people were hit by the bullets, a man and woman, both 19 years old. Both are expected to be okay.
The Aggravated Assault Unit is investigating the incident where two people were shot at Terminal 6 at around 1:15 a.m. as a result of a "disturbance inside" the bar.
Ken Casaday, president of the Austin Police Association said the shooting happened at the Terminal Six bar, a bar he said continues to cause problems for cops.
Both were taken to Dell Seton Medical Center with serious injuries that are not expected to be life-threatening.
The Salvation Army hosted a free Christmas meal at its downtown Austin shelter on East 8th Street.
The Salvation Army says the event is not just for the homeless, but also for families and people who are spending the day alone.