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Police seek Kyle man in child injury case

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in locating a man suspected of causing multiple injuries to an infant. Richard Vincent Blythe, 19, of Kyle, is wanted for injury to a child/serious bodily injury, according to a city of San Marcos press release.


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Houstonian claims $12.5M Lotto Texas jackpot

HOUSTON — A Houston resident claimed a big $12.5 million jackpot for the Jan. 12 drawing, according to the Texas Lottery. The cash value option was selected at the time of purchase, so the winner will receive $8,550,384.24.


City of Austin fined for not complying with Texas handgun laws

AUSTIN, Texas — Attorney General Ken Paxton issued a statement after a decision was made Thursday by the Travis County District Court that the city of Austin violated Texas law when it refused to allow duly-licensed residents to lawfully carry firearms in City Hall.


Pedestrian hit and killed by semi on I-35 identified

AUSTIN (KXAN) — A man hit and killed by a semi in north Austin early Tuesday morning has been identified. David Hilburn Sell, 31, was hit and killed in the center lane of northbound I-35 near Braker Lane. The driver stopped and stayed at the scene, according to Austin police. No charges are expected


City Of Kyle May Be Able To Defer Utility Payments For Furloughed Federal Employees

The U.S. Federal Government shutdown has caused hardships for federal employees who are furloughed, or still working but without pay. The City of Kyle is offering furloughed federal employees who are residents a temporary deferral. The utility customer service representatives for water, wastewater,


The Battle For Hays County Wells Continues With EP Contested Case In 2019

Trinity Edwards Springs Protection Association announced on Tuesday, January 15, the parties involved in the contested case of Electro Purification’s permit in the battle for groundwater were able to agree on a procedural schedule, which governs timelines for discovery and prefiled testimony (direct


2 Quarterbacks Leaving Texas Longhorns as Transfer Frenzy Rages On

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas is set at quarterback with Sam Ehlinger, who had a breakout season in 2018. It is the depth chart behind him that has suddenly become a concern for coach Tom Herman as the wave of players exploring their options to move has reached the Longhorns.


Ink big: How to go to Star of Texas Tattoo Art Revival in Austin this weekend

The weekend is fleeting, but you can spend it looking for something a little more permanent in your life. Like, say, some body ink. Star of Texas Tattoo Art Revival, which bills itself as Texas' largest tattoo event, will be at Palmer Events Center on Friday through Sunday.


Police searching for man who allegedly robbed northwest Austin bank

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin police officers are searching for a suspect who is accused of robbing a bank in northwest Austin on Friday morning. Officers responded to the Prosperity Bank located at 11545 Research Blvd. just before 10:30 a.m.


Hays County offers ideas for help for those impacted by the government shutdown

AUSTIN, Texas — Hays County officials sent out a release on Friday giving the community a heads up that they have a way to assist those impacted by the government shutdown. “Whether you are a furloughed federal employee, or you are already receiving federal assistance of some type that is delayed in


City Of Buda Opens Boards, Commissions Application Submissions

The Buda City Council is accepting completed application forms from City of Buda citizens interested in serving on one of our various Boards and Commissions. Several of our boards and commissions accept residents living in the ETJ. Deadline to submit a completed application is March 31, 2019.


Hays County Arts Committee Seeks Works Of Art For New Government Center Exhibition

Hays County Courthouse, San Marcos, TX – The Hays County Arts Committee is asking artists interested in having their works displayed at the Hays County Government Center to submit their proposals by January 25. Artist and artist teams are welcome, and a variety of genres are welcome.


Missing Melcher-Dallas teen found in Texas

Police investigators in south Texas have found a missing Iowa teenager on Friday. According to a release from the Iowa Department of Public Safety, Liberty "Libby" Boley was found Friday morning in south Texas; she was unharmed.


San Marcos PD looking for man accused of serious bodily injury to an infant

SAN MARCOS, Texas — The San Marcos Police Department is looking for a man who is wanted for allegedly causing serious bodily injury to a infant. Richard Vincent Blythe, 19, is a five foot, six inches tall and 200 pounds. He has blonde hair and blue eyes. His last known address was in Kyle.


Collaborative Effort In Standard Response Protocols Debuts In Hays County

Hays County, Texas – Mrs. Rabbit and her class of eager young learners are now available to help teachers in Texas and throughout the country share the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) for emergency events with students in pre-K through second grade.


Woman killed in southwest Austin collision identified

AUSTIN (KXAN) — A 58-year-old woman killed in a collision Wednesday while turning onto William Cannon Drive has been identified. Police say at about 3:42 p.m., Ann Bottenfield-Seago didn't yield at a stop sign at Ridge Oak Road when trying to head west, and collided with a truck heading east.


APD arrests man who ran away after crashing car with kids inside

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Austin Police Department arrested a man Tuesday who is accused of crashing a car with two children inside and fleeing the scene. According to an arrest warrant, at the 6000 block of E. Highway 290 service road, Luis Medina-Narciso, 24, crashed the car belonging to the mother of t


Walmart-Banned, Pringles/Wine Swilling Texas Woman Earns Fans

NORTH AUSTIN, TEXAS — It's one thing to commit to drinking wine out of a Pringles can at Walmart while on an electric shopping cart in solidarity with a Wichita Falls, Texas, woman who was banned recently from her neighborhood superstore for doing just that.


SCAM ALERT: Caller cites computer issue, asks for SSN info

AUSTIN (KXAN) -- Phone scammers are targetting people's social security information, according to the Fayette County Sheriff's Office. The scammer "claims to be from the Social Security office and advising there's been a computer problem, and they need to confirm your Social Security number," offici