In a social media post, the Sheriff stated a student confessed to sending out a fight challenge message and that individual may be charged with inciting a riot.
"Please if you see a coyote, DO NOT approach it," the Williamson County Sheriff's Office says.
According to police, two cars collided at East Old Settlers Blvd. and West Mesa Park Drive in Round Rock just before 9 a.m.
The suspect targeted businesses along I-35 South and was caught on surveillance cameras.
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The suspects were caught on surveillance video.
From a couple hundred trees needing to be cut, the number is now down to less than a hundred. While those who signed the petition to save the trees say this is a good direction, the fight isn't over yet.
Round Rock police say officers have identified a subject of interest in the shooting, which occurred in the parking lot of the Regency at Dell Ranch apartment complex
It is unknown what their involvement is at this time.
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Xavier Gutierrez was arrested on a previous Travis County warrant for credit card abuse and has since been charged with aggravated assault.
According to police, the suspect has been charged with Aggravated Assualt for randomly shooting at a victim on Sunday night at the 1300 block of North AW Grimes Blvd.
The F.Y.I. Community Health & Well-Being Seminar Series was developed by Round Rock ISD counseling services to inform the community about timely health and well-being topics affecting today’s high school students.
Police say the crash happened around 11 p.m. in the 1300 block of N. AW Grimes Boulevard when a vehicle struck an electric pole.
There is no danger to the public.
The Round Rock Police Department says that four students were detained after a report of a possible weapon on campus at Cedar Ridge High School.
More than 100 trees are set to be cut down along the Brushy Creek area west of Round Rock, but a petition with more than 6,000 signatures and a website aim to stop this.
Officials say that a shelter-in-place has been issued at the Austin Community College Round Rock campus due to heavy police activity and reports of an armed person near the campus.
The city of Round Rock says as of 7:30 p.m., police cleared the scene and the public has been allowed to return to East Main Street.
The festivities start at 6:30 p.m. with a welcome from the mayor on the Main Stage, following by the lighting of the Hometown Holiday lights and the city water tower.