Foster was fatally shot while participating in a protest in Austin in July 2020. The grand jury will consider if criminal charges will be filed.
Authorities are investigating after a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper was involved in a deadly auto-pedestrian crash near the State Capitol.
The event takes place the weekend of April 16 and aims to help us get our minds and bodies refreshed.
People are teeing off at Butler Pitch & Putt for the first time since 2019 as the historic golf course opens back up under new management.
A suspect has been arrested for starting the fire that caused damage to the Austin Fire Department's iconic Buford Fire Tower in downtown Austin.
A fire at the Buford Tower in downtown Austin has been ruled incendiary and its exact cause is still under investigation.
The Austin Fire Department says a fire at a homeless camp nearby spread to the tower.
ATCEMS says that rescuers were able to pull the window washer to safety from a nearby balcony.
Austin’s Entertainment District was jammed Wednesday night with people celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, many of them not wearing masks.
Detectives are asking anyone with information about this incident to call the Crime Stoppers tip line at 512-472-8477 (TIPS).
An investigation is underway after a stabbing in downtown Austin near East 6th Street and Neches.
Some teachers spent the beginning of spring break protesting for higher pay, better school funding, and better protections against COVID-19.
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of the suspect(s) involved in this shooting.
Businesses in Texas are now allowed to open at 100 percent capacity under Gov. Greg Abbott's most recent order.
Austin police are asking the public for help identifying the suspect involved in an assault at Teller's bar located at 607 Trinity Street on February 6.
All four suspects, who may reside outside of the Austin area, fled the scene in a maroon 2014-2016 Dodge Charger.
Businesses and buildings in parts of Austin have been lit up and many are questioning it since officials have asked people with power to conserve energy.
Austin City Council will decide whether to adopt a new petition to reinstate the camping ban or send it to voters in May.
Nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic shut down businesses across the U.S., owners are still facing tough decisions.
The resolution, led by Ann Kitchen, would bring back the homeless camping ban to areas deemed unsafe.