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13 arrested in Texas prostitution ring
After a nine-month-long sting, the Georgetown Police Department in Georgetown, Texas have arrested 13 people for alleged prostitution.
Driver slams into multiple parked cars in Round Rock neighborhood; residents demand change
"As soon as he hit that dip, he lost control of his car,” Van said, as she showed KVUE the scene of the crash. "When he started losing control, I was scared he was going to come up into my yard, and I feel like had that car not been there he probably would have."
Austin Police Rescue Family Terrorized By Snakes
With the warmer weather, the cold-blooded reptiles are emerging to bask in the sun while going about their reptilian lives. But when the officer showed up at the home, the interlopers turned out to be harmless rat snakes rather than their dreaded rattlesnake cousins.
VIDEO: Military mom surprises son on last day of school in Taylor
"My mom!" John yelled, sprinting across the stage and into the arms of Air Force Staff Sgt. Mariana Chapman, who hugged him and covered him in kisses. The students, staff, teachers and families all clapped and cheered.
Pflugerville Gem Located On Five Acres Is Perfect Retreat
PFLUGERVILLE, TX — There's a rare gem in Pflugerville, and it's located on five acres of land.
BREAKING: Former city secretary Kathie Reyer to return to Shenandoah as city administrator | Community Impact Newspaper
“Just to be clear, nothing happened in Bastrop that made me run back [to Shenandoah],” Reyer said. “In fact, it’s all gone great—I love Austin. But I wasn’t gone very long before I had a tremendous outreach from [Shenandoah] staff asking me to reapply and it just seemed to build momentum as the week
The Latest: Texas governor meets with shooting survivors
Ed Scruggs, Board Vice-Chair of Texas Gun Sense – Advocacy group that promotes common sense, right, listens to Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott, left, during a roundtable discussion to address safety and security at... more
AP News - Austin settles suit by black woman thrown down by officer
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The city of Austin is paying $425,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a black woman who was thrown to the ground by one white officer during a 2015 traffic stop, and then told by another that blacks have "violent tendencies."
Attempted Kidnapping Between Round Rock, Cedar Park Reported
ROUND ROCK, TX — A man tried to kidnap a girl in the Brushy Creek on Tuesday evening, according to the Williamson County sheriff.
All six people aboard survive as private jet crashed off the runway and split in two when it landed at Toncontin Airport, Honduras
A routine business trip turned into tense drama for six Americans flying from Austin, Texas, to Honduras when the company jet they were traveling in crashed off the runway almost splitting in two, when it landed at Toncontin International Airport in Honduras.
Early returns show Allen ahead of Cook in Bastrop JP1 race
Business owner and former municipal judge Cindy Allen is leading Sherry Cook, the former head of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, for the Republican nomination for Bastrop County Precinct 1 justice of the peace, according to early returns posted just after polls closed Tuesday evening.Allen
Local man killed in fatal Travis County rollover
Victor Aguiree-Arroyo, 21, of Kyle, was killed in a wreck that happened near the 9000 block of U.S. 183 roughly 4.5 miles south of Austin, according to a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) spokesperson.
Pflugerville 'Living Spaces' Store Celebrates Grand Opening
PFLUGERVILLE, TX — California-based furniture retailer Living Spaces is staging a music-filled week of events leading up to the grand openings of its 500,000-square-foot showroom in Pflugerville.
CENSUS: Pflugerville ranks as third fastest-growing U.S. city
U.S. Census population estimates released at 11 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, reveal that Pflugerville was the third fastest-growing city nationally in 2016-17.Seven of the nation’s 15 fastest-growing U.S. cities hail from Texas, according to Census population estimates that rank percentage growth for mun
APD officer safely relocates rat snakes family thought were rattlesnakes in their garage
AUSTIN, Texas —Austin Police were called out to a family's home earlier this week after they thought there were rattlesnakes in their garage.When APD Officer Roe arrived to investigate, he found that the snakes weren't venomous rattlesnakes, but in fact harmless rat snakes.Photos of the snakes were
SWAT responding to barricaded person in Round Rock neighborhood
FILE - Round Rock police (KXAN File Photo)ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — Round Rock police officers have shut down the intersection of Kenney Fort Boulevard and Forest Creek Drive — south of US 79.RRPD said SWAT officers are responding to a barricaded person.In a 6:21 p.m. tweet on Tuesday, police told
'Large scale' bust targets massage parlors in Williamson County
According to one arrest affidavit, Yingbo Xu, 45, was arrested on May 17 and charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution. Court documents showed he worked at Shanghai Spa located at 1915 South Austin Ave. in Georgetown.
Amber Alert issued for 3 children taken near Austin
Taniya Chatman, age 9; Teanna Chatman, age 7; and Brock Chatman, age 8, are believed to be in grave or immediate danger.
Three Round Rock residents accused of promoting prostitution
Three Round Rock residents have been accused of promoting prostitution, according to arrest warrants. Yingbo Xu, 45; Janhong Li, 46 and Xiaqin Yang, 46, were all charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.The Georgetown Police Dep
No more chickens walking down Bastrop road if city ends protective ordinance
Some say for more than 200 years, these flocks have roamed the Farm Street area of Bastrop. The city has protected them for almost a decade, but that might soon be coming to an end.