Leander ISD is slamming Gov. Greg Abbott’s claim that the district refused to distribute copies of the Constitution to students. District officials say that simply isn’t true.
Bledsoe Pool in Leander invited area pups to end the summer with a big splash before the pool would be emptied.
Chad Christopher Stark of Leander faces a maximum penalty of two years in prison for posting the threatening message on Craigslist in 2021, says the US Attorney's Office.
Gonzalez was wanted for leaving the scene of a crash in Leander on Aug. 26 that killed two people and injured three others.
A family is mourning after the loss of a mother and son in a deadly crash over the weekend. Leander police are still searching for a driver who was involved.
Two people are dead and four are in the hospital after a crash on the 183A Toll Road Frontage Road in Leander. Police are searching for one of the drivers involved in the crash, who fled the scene on foot.
Rick Beverlin has served as Leander's city manager for nearly four years. His last day will be Nov. 1.
RM 2243 has reopened after Leander firefighters put out some small grass fires.
Central Texans, both friends and strangers, stepped in and donated needed funds so Leander brothers Jahmai and Jahmaikel McKenzie could not only compete, but win at the Junior Olympics.
A 34-year-old Lago Vista woman has been charged after an investigation that began in March when police were called to assist a CPS investigator with a welfare check on a bed-bound disabled teenage boy.
Leander police say a vehicle hit a power pole on US Hwy 183 at Crystal Falls Parkway, knocking out power to thousands.
Two brothers from Leander are representing Central Texas in the Junior Olympics in Des Moines, Iowa, but only if they can get through one last hurdle.
While cities like Blanco are in the most severe stage of water restrictions, other Central Texas communities are also announcing restrictions.
Fireworks violations could cost residents thousands of dollars in fines.
The SafeTrade program launched in 2015 in response to transactions initiated on classified sites that have gone awry.
Time working as a swim instructor and paramedic has taught Marty Butler valuable skills in water safety and lifesaving. With the arrival of summer in central Texas, Butler is now teaching her skills to others.
Celebrate Juneteenth in and around Austin with festivals and events throughout next week!
A local Latina business owner is on a mission to help people slow down for the sake of their physical and mental health.
Police say officers were told that the clerk opened fire after three people removed bottles from the store and left without paying.
School's out for the summer. Whether you want to head out to a fun local festival or plan a night out at the theater, there’s plenty going on.