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Three women have sued high-ranking Austin and Travis County officials over claims of gender bias in sexual assault investigations. Attorney Jennifer Ecklund says from the DA's office to the police department and sheriff's office, women have been held hostage by a lack of justice...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Ellen Smile) Those flip-flops may not be the best shoe choice this summer, says podiatrist Dr. Jessica Rutstein. She says they can cause plantar fasciitis, arch pain and even hammer toes. She says to stick with those tennis shoes; you'll feel a lot better...
(Photo: Shutterstock by Abraham Magwana) Congressman Roger Williams of Austin is among those heaping high praise upon the president following the historic summit in Singapore. Williams says what President Trump has set in motion will make the nation, and the world, a much safer...
Those fighting to get a public vote on the gigantic Austin land Leading the charge is attorney Fred Lewis, who filed suit against the city to get CodeNEXT on the November ballot. He's calling for the Planning Commission to be reformed with fewer people from the real estate...
(Photo:Taylor PD: PIO) Taylor Police say a man was found outside an area hospital with a gunshot wound Monday and now they have the shooter. TPD's Pamela Cosel said Manuel Herrera Jr., 43, of Taylor, made a run for it after officers pulled over a car he happened to be in. Police...
(Photo: Statesman) Final: Austin Fire Department report the Mission James Place apartment complex fire was accidentally started by one improperly discarded cigarette. It caused the destruction of 24 units ousting over 30 residents and costing over a million dollars in damage...
(Photo: Austin Chronicle) Some Austin Planning and Zoning Commissioners are asking residents angry with the CodeNEXT process, don't to quit on them now. Commissioner Abigail Tatkow says while the Land use rules rewrite still isn't perfect, they've made some big strides, she says...
When former APD Officer Brian Richter viciously slammed Breaion King down, after he pulled her over in June of 2015, it sparked nationwide outrage. Now Austin City Council will pay her $425,000 to settle her lawsuit against the city. Council approved that settlement unanimously...
A parent whose daughter attends Forbes Middle School in Georgetown says the district isn't paying attention to potential school threats. She says he daughter is terrified due to alleged threats another student has made online, and she says he's still allowed to walk the halls...