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Jon Cooley/KLBJ The Austin Independent School District showed off some of its students newest learning tools and announced plans to update the districts classrooms. With 3D printers, virtual reality goggles and more at the students' disposal, the District's Superintendent Dr...
Shutterstock photo Based upon feedback from Buda City Council members and citizens, City Manager Kenneth Williams is announcing the administrative decision to place on hold the scheduled fluoridation of the City of Buda’s water supply. This decision is not final and is in place...
Shutterstock photo In Del Rio this morning, a federal jury found Nancy Chan, 39, of the United Kingdom and City of Austin employee, guilty of perpetrating a marriage fraud scheme announced United States Attorney Richard L. Durbin, Jr and Special Agent in Charge Jeff Arndt,...
Sketch courtesy of APD About 6:30 am on Monday, January 2, 2017, Austin Police officers responded to a Robbery call at the Logan’s Mill Apartments at 1912 East William Cannon Dr. A female victim was robbed in the parking lot of this complex by two male suspects. During the...
(PHOTO CREDIT KLBJ STAFF) FROM THE CITY OF AUSTIN PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT. Barton Springs pool is closed until further notice due to anticipated flooding from heavy rains received over the past few days. Austin Parks and Recreation Department staff will assess pool conditions...
TCSO badge logo The man who was shot and killed Saturday, January 14, 2017 at 6950 South US Highway 183 has been identified as Norberto Higuera Campuzano, 45 of Austin. A group of men in a building located at the address were victims of Armed Robbery. Campuzano appears to have...
(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) A new report from the Austin Board of Realtors shows 2016 was another hot year for home sales. In fact, within the Austin-Round Rock area it was yet another record year. According to ABoR, there were 29, 559 homes sold in the metro area last year, a...
(Photo Credit: City of Austin) The City of Austin, Capital Metro and the Austin Independent School District today unveiled plans for the first community “Day of Dialogue” on Presidents Day, Feb. 20, to enable the public to join conversations across Austin about local issues...
(PHOTO CREDIT DANIEL KRAYSON/SHUTTERSTOCK) New experimental traffic signals for bicyclists are coming to downtown Austin. Cycling activist Miller Nuttle of Bike Austin says this is good news whether or not you ride a bicycle. "That it's going to make the street more predictable...