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.
A caller, who said he was a maintenance worker at the apartment complex, said the residents called him and said their next-door neighbors told them they could hear the bathtub water running in the apartment.
Pluckers hosted a special holiday lunch for River City Youth Foundation families.
The Austin Police Department is responding to a suspected kidnapping near the University of Texas at Austin campus.
Texas Longhorn fans were undeterred by the rain Friday, flooding the area of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium to support their Horns ahead of their game against Texas Tech.
Austin police said the assault happened early Sunday morning around 2 a.m. at 2500 Pearl Street, which registers as the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. However, police have not confirmed if the assault happened inside the home or just near it.
Clothing company Chubbies has moved its headquarters from San Francisco to Austin and to celebrate it's holding a big sample sale on The Drag.
The owners of Manuel's restaurants and Changos Taqueria announced Thursday that Changos, located on Guadalupe Street, will close on November 14.
A student was robbed by three Hispanic men early Wednesday morning who stole his shorts, phone, and ID and hit him over the head with a gun.
A man was robbed and hit over the head with a gun on UT campus early Wednesday morning, according to the University of Texas Police Department.
According to UTPD, the Austin Police Department is investigating an armed robbery of a UT student that occurred around 1:45 p.m. in the 700 block of W 22nd Street.
UTPD says officers believe the man's description matches that of a suspect in a similar incident on Thursday. A female student had reported unwanted physical contact in the same area.
According to an arrest warrant, Austin police say 49-year-old Michael Pasley, described as a "known transient," came in Friday morning and started grabbing items: a beer, a pair of sunglasses and a T-shirt.
The victim said she gave the suspect her debit card and then ran home to call police.
Investigators are looking for Bradford Scott Childers, 42, who has been charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon. APD released two photos and a description of Childers Tuesday.
Not everyone was pleased with the new entrance policies put in place before Saturday's home game.
The man reportedly told a nurse during a medical screening that he intended to go to campus to "shoot all the rich kids at UT."
An area frequented often by UT students is seeing a lot of changes. UT reporter Liliana Llamas has more on why a large number of small business owners are closing their doors on Guadalupe.