A residence in northwest Austin caught on fire after being struck by lightning.
The Austin Police Department says it responded to a crash at Lake Creek Parkway and the 183 Frontage Road on August 26 at around 10:26 p.m.
Before even walking inside the YMCA, patrons will notice there are some immediate changes.
A law enforcement source tells FOX 7 Austin that the FBI is executing a search warrant at the Balcones Woods Apartments located in the 11200 block of Research Boulevard.
The crash happened on May 21 at around 10:36 p.m. in the area of Pond Springs Road and U.S. 183 North.
The fire department has reported two members of the crew were transported with non-life-threatening injures.
It wasn’t a typical day of business, as it was the first time dine-in guests were allowed since Gov. Greg Abbott eased restrictions in Texas.
The crash happened just before 2 a.m. near the 7100 block of Spicewood Springs in Northwest Austin near St. Edward's Park past 360.
Both patients were declared trauma alerts, extricated from their vehicles, and transported to St. David's Round Rock.
As the victim approached the edge looking for the rattlesnake, he told police that McCants shoved him on his side, pushing him off the steep cliff.
McHale's car burglary is one of many that have happened on the 4000 block of Bull Creek Road.
Just before 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning, the couple was awoken by a loud explosion and found their new house in flames.
She said the man forced her and her two children into a back room of her apartment and that on at least two occasions, held a gun to her six-year-old's head and then to her head.
39-year-old Elvi Vanessa Cervantes – De La Torre was killed in a parking lot off of Grand Canyon Drive.
Bricks and Minifigs in Austin is a one-stop shop for all things LEGO, where all the employees have been anticipating the start of LEGO Masters.
The late night garage fire displaced two people.
TCSO and several other agencies are looking for the suspect who ran after an aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon at the Chase Bank in the Quinlan Crossing shopping center.
Jim Ross, with the Bull Creek Foundation, hopes he does not see these decorations next year. It’s not to be a grinch but he says he wants to protect the environment.
The man with the measles flew out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on a United Airlines flight on Dec. 17. Apparently, he was not showing signs of the illness at the time.
The center sits between Norwood Park Boulevard and Rutherford Lane near a shopping center in North Austin.