Austin Man Charged With Manslaughter After Deadly Assault

Austin Man Charged With Manslaughter After Deadly Assault

Police in Austin have charged a man with manslaughter after they say another man was killed on Sixth Street early Sunday. 28-year-old Nathan Raynard Marshall is currently in custody at the Travis County Jail and is charged in connection with the death of 33-year-old...

How A DWI Can Affect Your CHL

How A DWI Can Affect Your CHL

Texas is one state that enables citizens to possess a concealed handgun license for handguns. In fact, the entire state has approximately 51 million guns in terms of private ownership. This equates to approximately 20% of all of the guns in the entire country. On the...

Dawnna Dukes Felony Charges Reportedly Placed On Hold

Dawnna Dukes Felony Charges Reportedly Placed On Hold

According to a recent report, felony charges against Texas state Representative Dawnna Dukes are being placed on hold by Travis County prosecutors. This is reportedly being done while they continue to investigate information in relation to travel vouchers that pertain...

Austin Neighborhood Patrol Officers To Soon Receive Body Cameras

Austin Neighborhood Patrol Officers To Soon Receive Body Cameras

The Austin Police Department has announced that beginning next month, officers who patrol neighborhoods outside of the downtown area will receive the department's first round of body cameras. A total of 198 cameras will be issued to officers working out of the East...

Texas’ War on Craft Beer

Texas’ War on Craft Beer

Four years ago, the Texas Legislature took small steps in a Texas beer-brewing renaissance by lifting onerous regulations on small manufacturers and brewpubs. Texas’ craft beer industry has undoubtedly helped the State’s economy bring in billions of dollars since, and...

Uber and Lyft Return to Austin

Uber and Lyft Return to Austin

Nobody messes with Texas and wins, except maybe Uber and Lyft… After being gone for a little over a year, driving giants Uber and Lyft have finally made their return to the city of Austin. Following Governor Greg Abbott signing House Bill 100, which made cuts on the...