Austin Local News

Austin police are still looking for the suspects in a stabbing in East Austin this morning. The suspects are described as two women, one man, all hIspanic in their 20s and 30s and neighbors to the victims. APD senior officer Bino Cadenas says 12 people were initially involved. "...
How would you like to not have to go through the lights at Slaughter and La Crosse on Mopac? KLBJs Tonight TxDOT reveals its big plans for improving congestion on South Mopac. which will include building underpasses. TxDOT's Kelli Reyna says there are a high number of crashes...
AUSTIN -- An Uber driver is claiming he was fired after he pulled his gun while being attacked by a passenger. Deven Garza joined Uber two months ago. The CHL teacher and former military policeman picked up a couple at Uncle Gary's Bar in Pflugerville on July 20. "They both...
Austin District Six Councilman Don Zimmerman is suing the city over its rules. He said the rules, created by the council almost two decades ago, are unfair. He said the $350 individual donation limit and the blackout period that gives candidates only six months to raise money...
An Austin police officer may face charges after her weapon is used by a teen aged girl to commit suicide. No charges were filed against Officer Brenda Bermudez when the incident happened last year, but the girl's mother is now asking Bastrop County to prosecute Bermudez for...
The Homebuilders Association of Greater Austin will hold its second public meeting to help flood and storm victims learn what to look for as they rebuild their homes – how to hire a reputable contractor, scams to watch out for – and answer your questions and concerns. Wednesday...
The Williamson County Long Term Recovery Committee has been busy since the May Floods putting into place the processes, funding and volunteers in order to begin working with the Taylor homeowners – the hardest hit area in Williamson County – on their needed home repairs. The...
At 2:31 p.m. on Tuesday, July 28th, Austin police officers responded to the Family Thrift Center at 208 E. Oltorf St. officers arrived and learned that an employee of the business had observed a White female shoplifting clothing from the store. The employee asked the suspect to...
Some 60 Austin school teachers are getting a leg up in computer science to teach their students and other teachers at their schools. AISD is announcing a $65 thousand dollar grant from Google and Rackspace to fund the professional development training. AISD's Sara Ramirez says...