Brenda Ramos has spoken out for the first time since her unarmed son was shot to death by an Austin police officer.
The suspect entered both locations, threatened a store employee with a handgun while demanding money and then fled the stores on foot.
The attorneys for Officer Christopher Taylor say that after viewing video of the incident from two police cameras, they have withdrawn their motion.
Austin police chief Brian Manley is set to give an update on the April officer-involved shooting in Southeast Austin.
It's not clear at this time if the man was a ground crew member, a person employed by an airline carrier, or a pedestrian.
The incident happened on May 7 and involved Southwest Airlines flight 1392. The flight was arriving from Dallas at just after 8 p.m. when crew reported seeing a person visible on runway 17 shortly after touchdown.
COTA will be collecting donations from noon to 5 p.m. and allowing guests an opportunity to take a drive on the 3.4-mile track.
The incident happened at around 3:43 p.m. on April 20 at the East Ben White Boulevard service road and Todd Lane.
The Austin Justice Coalition sent a letter, co-signed by other activists and activist groups, to Mayor Steve Adler, City Manager Spencer Cronk and several city council members Monday, outlining their request for Assistant City Manager Rey Arrellano, Chief Brian Manley and his Chief of Staff Troy Gay to resign.
Chief Manley says the Texas Rangers will now be working with the Austin Police Department's Special Investigations unit on the case.
The mayor released a statement over the weekend about the shooting which happened on Friday, April 24.
Austin Police Chief Brian Manley briefed the media near the scene at the intersection of Oltorf Street and S. Pleasant Valley Road.
Traffic will be detoured via US 183 and drivers headed to Austin-Bergstrom are advised to plan ahead and allow extra time, but travel delays should be minimal.
The driver of the Ford F150, Harrison Thomas Beard, Jr., died on scene.
Dr. Annette Tielle, the current interim superintendent in Del Valle, was named the lone finalist at the March 2 board meeting.
The victim said Spanish is his first language and her second, and because of that, he only wants her to speak English.
On Thursday, the governor announced the Texas Department of Transportation will consider leasing the five-acre property to a local nonprofit for one-dollar per month.
AFD believes the fire may have been started by the spread of a cooking fire or a fire to keep people warm.
It's been nine days since the crash claimed Jaymes Torres' life, nine days his family has spent without answers.
The man, later identified in the affidavit as Tran, told officers he shot the cat with a BB gun because it was tearing up the cushions on his patio furniture.