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Sgt. Paul Steven Weido, 1967-2018
Houston Police Sergeant Paul Steven Weido, 51, was unexpectedly called home to be with the Lord on Dec. 11, 2018. He was born June 17, 1967, in Houston, Texas, to Sam and Harlean Weido, the youngest of seven children. Paul grew up in Houston until his junior year of high school at which time he move
Who's paying more? A closer look at MLS stadium deals in Austin and Columbus
As city of Austin officials near finalization of a Major League Soccer stadium contract with Precourt Sports Ventures, details have started to emerge about another new stadium deal in Columbus, Ohio.
$25,000 reward offered for information leading to missing Colorado mother
A reward has been announced in the case of the missing Woodland Park mother last seen on Nov. 22. Thanks to an anonymous donation, the Woodland Park Police Department said information leading to the location or safe return of 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth is eligible for a $25,000 reward.
Multiple holiday events on tap in county
Although December will be nearly half-over this weekend, there is still a plethora of holiday activity on the calendar for Colorado County in the coming weeks. Leading off the remaining holiday events are Weimar’s lighted Christmas Parade set for tomorrow, and the Columbus Community Choir’s annual C
Man critically injured in scooter accident in downtown Austin
AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) - One person was critically injured in a scooter accident in downtown Austin on Saturday. According to Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services, first responders were called to the 1400 block of West Cesar Chavez Street Saturday evening. When they arrived on scene
Missing Colorado mom: Police search home of Kelsey Berreth's fiancé
FLORISSANT, Colo. — A search warrant is being executed at the home of Patrick Frazee, the fiancé of a 29-year-old woman who has been missing since Thanksgiving, the Teller County Sheriff's Office confirmed to 9NEWS.
S-T wins fourth straight with rout of Kaufer
RIVIERA – With the start of district play looming, the Skidmore-Tynan Lady Cats routed Kaufer Friday night. Skidmore outscored the hosts by at least eight in each of the first three periods en route to a 56-30 win.
Austin ISD set to rename Fulmore Middle School due to Confederate ties
AUSTIN — On Dec. 17, Austin ISD school board leaders are expected to rename Fulmore Middle School because of its namesake's ties to the Confederacy. Fulmore would be the third school in the district to be renamed.
UPDATE: San Marcos among Central Texas cities receiving bomb threats
People in Austin, Round Rock and San Marcos on Thursday received dozens of bomb threats by email and phone, according to police officials. Police have not found any bombs. Investigators believe the threats are not credible and are working to find out where they came from, Austin and Round Rock polic
Forthcoming Apple campus in Northwest Austin raises concerns about housing supply
Apple’s Dec. 13 announcement it will open a second campus at Robinson Ranch in Northwest Austin and hire as many as 15,000 employees to work there raises questions about whether the city’s infrastructure—including its housing supply—is prepared.
Austin's Bowie High School closed today due to property damage
AUSTIN — Classes and events have been canceled today at Bowie High School after property damage was discovered on campus this morning. At first school leaders were planning on just having a delayed opening, but less than an hour after announcing a delayed opening on Twitter, they announced classes a
SWAT standoff ends with man found dead, woman seriously injured in Northwest Austin
AUSTIN — A woman is recovering in the hospital Friday morning after she was allegedly shot by her husband, who was found dead after a standoff with police. Austin police said the shooting happened around 12:30 a.m. at an apartment on Seton Center Parkway near U.S. 183 and Braker Lane.
UPDATE: Apple hopes to open 1st building of new Austin campus by 2021
AUSTIN (KXAN) -- Apple announced Wednesday it will build a $1 billion campus in north Austin. The new facility will be less than a mile from its existing campus on Parmer Lane.
Chief testifies at trial of Austin police officers in stun gun case
Despite efforts by defense attorneys to keep him from testifying, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley took the witness stand Friday in the trial of two cops he suspended earlier this year.
Texas AG Wins Judgment Against 11 Price Gouging Gas Stations
AUSTIN, TX — Eleven gas stations caught in the illegal and unethical act of price gouging during Hurricane Harvey have been ordered to repay the Texans they duped during Hurricane Harvey, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Friday.
18-year-old charged after shooting at Austin officer Thursday morning
AUSTIN — An 18-year-old has been charged with aggravated assault and resisting arrest after he allegedly shot at an Austin officer Thursday morning. According to police, at roughly 12:54 a.m., two officers were patrolling the 6900 block of Trandal Lane in southeast Austin when they saw a blacked out
Austin attorney general agent shot while on assignment in Houston
HOUSTON, Texas — At least one of the attorney general agents injured after a shooting in Houston Tuesday were on assignment from the headquarters in Austin, the Harris County Sheriff's Office confirmed.
Up To Half-Foot Of Snow Falls In West Texas
SWEETWATER, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — As much as 6 inches of snow has accumulated in parts of West Texas as a winter storm swirls over the area. The half-foot of snow on Thursday prompted state highway officials to close Texas Route 70 about 8 miles south of Sweetwater, about 180 miles west of Fort Wo
Texas man who allegedly tried, failed to kidnap teen jogger is arrested
A Texas man was taken into custody on Tuesday for the attempted kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl who managed to escape the ordeal, authorities said. Law enforcement learned that the teen had been out jogging on Dec. 2 when a person she described as a Hispanic male came near her, the Brazoria County
Texas judge who approved plea deal for alleged Baylor University rapist faces public backlash
The outrage over a light sentence handed to a former Baylor University fraternity president accused of rape has already gotten him banned from his current school. The outcry may also cost the judge who approved a plea agreement that included no jail time.