Ex-Texas Sheriff's Deputy Stephen Broderick Indicted On Capital Murder ChargesFormer Texas deputy Stephen Broderick was indicted on capital murder charges in the April shooting deaths of his ex-wife, teenage stepdaughter and the stepdaughter's boyfriend.
Teen Jeremiah Tabb Arrested While In Summer School In Connection To Downtown Austin Shooting The Austin Police Department arrested Jeremiah Roshaun Leland James Tabb, 17, in connection with the June 12 shooting in downtown Austin that left one person dead and 14 injured.
Police: 1 Dead In Downtown Austin Mass Shooting, Juvenile Suspect ArrestedOne person has died after a shooting that injured over a dozen in a popular entertainment district in downtown Austin early Saturday, police said.
Police: 14 Injured In Shooting In Downtown Austin, 1 Suspect In CustodyOne suspect is in custody and another is at large after a shooting that injured 14 people in a popular entertainment district in downtown Austin early Saturday, police said.
Search For Austin Shooting Suspect Stephen Broderick Underway After 3 People KilledThe search for a shooting suspect, identified as Stephen Broderick, is underway after three people were killed in Austin Sunday, police said.
Texas Judge Says Austin Can Require Masks Despite State Ending COVID-19 MandatesRepublican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who sued the city over the mandate, did not immediately react to the ruling, although an appeal is likely.
Austin, Travis County Mask Mandate To Remain After Judge Delays Hearing Over Ken Paxton's LawsuitThe city of Austin and Travis County have won, for now, in a legal battle with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton over their continued requirement of face masks.
Austin Police Officer Indicted For Murder In Shooting Of Michael RamosA grand jury has indicted Austin, Texas officer Christopher Taylor on a first-degree murder charge in the shooting of 42-year-old Michael Brent Ramos last April.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Suing Austin, Travis County For Not Lifting Local Mask MandateTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton said he's going through with his threat and suing the city of Austin and Travis County for their continued mandate of face masks.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Threatens To Sue Austin, Travis County Over Local Mask OrdersTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is threatening to sue the city of Austin and Travis County after local officials decided to keep orders requiring face masks inside businesses in place.
Austin Police Chief Brian Manley Retires After Criticism For Use Of ForceCalls for Brian Manley to resign have been persistent since the April police killing of Michael Ramos, who was driving away from officers.