So far this week State Farm says it has received about 3,000 storm damage claims. Most are from Central Texas counties.
A joint operation between state and local law enforcement agencies targeting the sexual exploitation of minors has resulted in 7 arrests.
In the ten-second video, you can see the pair walking in the backyard and hear a loud crack of thunder as a lightning bolt streaks through the sky.
Williamson County says it will no longer be accepting names on its COVID-19 vaccine waitlist starting Friday, April 16 at 5 p.m.
Officials say that all Thursday appointments are being moved to Monday, April 19.
Currently, three Texas House bills each aim to get offenders in front of a parole board sooner if they were young when they committed a crime.
Multiple dogs in a Hutto neighborhood have been bitten by rattlesnakes. Residents say an overgrown property nearby is to blame.
Round Rock’s city mask mandate will be lifted by the end of the month, but some local businesses say they will continue to enforce it.
The US Attorney's office says federal authorities arrested 21 individuals on April 8 and the other 14 were already in custody.
Cati's Bill would require childcare providers to identify kids who can't swim and make sure they are fitted for a U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket before going near any water.
Some homebound seniors in Williamson County are getting their COVID-19 vaccinations thanks to some Texas National Guardsman.
The Round Rock Police Department is collecting expired and unwanted prescription drugs as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
Most girls in high school who can pitch, hit, and run become softball stars but Glenn High School Grizzly Ashley Bonneville embraced the path less traveled.
Investigators and cyber experts say what’s happening in Texas is happening nationwide and may be part of a massive organized effort.
Residents at a Round Rock affordable housing complex have just days to find new homes after being told to vacate due to damage from the winter storm.
Family Hospital Systems is seeking both medical and non-medical volunteers to help with the COVID-19 vaccination effort in Williamson County.
Chody was booked into Travis County Jail Thursday on a tampering with evidence charge in connection to the Javier Ambler case.
The Leander Police Department says Telecommunications Officer Rowena Speight was the woman who was stabbed to death by 19-year-old Miles Speight, who was her son.
Former Williamson County general counsel Jason Nassour is facing another tampering with physical evidence charge, this time in Travis County.
Essential workers and anyone over 80 were offered first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine without appointments Monday at Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex.