More than a dozen gravesites have been vandalized at a historic cemetery for Black residents in East Austin.
The lockdown was lifted after 15 minutes and campus activities have resumed.
Hundreds of feet above the ground, electrical wires of two construction cranes twisted and tangled at a work site in East Austin.
Officials say that more than 20 people have been injured after two cranes collided and caused a structural collapse in East Austin.
The Austin Police Department has identified the suspect who allegedly fired shots at officers serving a warrant.
The virtual cooking demonstrations will teach viewers how to prepare a healthy meal.
Isom says he wants this space to be for every race, gender, and age.
Despite closing, Yuyo’s former executive chef Maribel Rivero is not letting this pandemic stop her from sharing her food with the world.
The Zebra, an insurance comparison site with its offices located in East Austin, is covering expenses up to $300 annually for employees welcoming a cat or dog into their family.
While being most notably known his BBQ joint, his son Cedric Showels tells Fox 7 Austin that his father was a hardworking man, devoted father, and a man of faith. Adding that he was the glue that held their family together, and the shoulder people at the restaurant would lean on when they needed advice.
The hotel says it's taking a bad situation and adjusting to rent rooms to those who need a quiet working environment.
The suspects fled the scene on foot.
The program, called HEAALTH or Helping Every Austinite Access and Learn Techniques for Health, officially kicked off this week.
APD has not released a motive at this time.
Karen Sue Henson had previously experienced homelessness and was known for occasionally helping others experiencing the same.
Officials with APH have been working to increase testing in Travis County.
The bar has been open on the east side for years now and they say they have never dealt with something like this. Now they're hoping police can take action.
One employee was stabbed with a knife before the three suspects fled with cash from the register.
The revelation comes from an open record request that shows fire investigators with the Austin Fire department determined the "cause of the fire has been updated to intentionally set (Arson). Multiple points of origin inside business."
An arrest affidavit says officers were called to a duplex on Pecan Springs near Manor Road just before 8 a.m. Sunday morning, where they found someone lying unresponsive with multiple stab wounds in the driveway and two residents inside suffering from gunshot wounds.