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After the COVID-19 pandemic shut down in-person trials and forced the courts to conduct proceedings remotely, Williamson County officials said last week that in-person activities might return as soon … more
 The holidays are a joyous time, and what better way to celebrate the love and comfort of home than with a loving companion? Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS) is pleased to offer its annual Home For The Holidays fostering program to help make that vision a reality for every family.  more
Cedar Park police arrested have man has in connection to the death of an 8-month old child.The arrest occurred Wednesday morning, according to a statement from Cedar Park police. They say that the … more
In the wake of Covid-19, many families are struggling to put food on the table. And many food pantries are running low on food distributions or have run out. more
The Leander City Council will consider Thursday authorizing the City Manager to pursue legislation in coordination with Texas House District 136 Rep. John Bucy (D-Austin) that would allow the City of … more
The Cedar Park Police Department and Leander Police Department are both taking new measures this year to keep their annual Blue Santa efforts alive while still staying safe despite coronavirus cases … more
Texas House District 52 Rep. James Talarico (D - Round Rock) has filed several new bills aimed at protecting vulnerable children in the K-12 system and vulnerable adults around the state ahead of the … more
The Cedar Park Police Department is investigating the Saturday morning robbery of a United States Postal Service worker.The department is offering a reward of $50,000 for information leading to the … more
Another batch of mosquitoes carrying the West Nile Virus was discovered in Cedar Park in the area near the intersection of Sun Chase Boulevard and Cypress Creek Road, which is near Cedar Park Middle … more
In exchange for the guilty plea, two charges related to the incident — abuse of official capacity and official oppression — are being dropped. more
The City of Leander is having a very good year. Despite experiencing the economic impacts of the global coronavirus pandemic right alongside other cities, the City of Leander's sales tax … more
The new slate of Cedar Park City Council members was sworn into office Thursday during the Council's regular meeting. The elected officials will serve on the Council for the next two years.Due to … more
The suspect in the Nov. 10 shooting incident in Cedar Park was recently taken into custody in Austin by the U.S. Marshals Lonestar Fugitive Task Force and is facing felony charges. The Cedar … more
Williamson County raised the alarm Thursday as it announced it was moving into Red Phase, which marks uncontrolled community spread of the coronavirus is occurring in the county. The County also … more
Texas House District 136 Rep. John Bucy III (D-Austin), who represents much of western Williamson County, and Texas House District 52 Rep. James Talarico (D-Round Rock), who represents much of … more
The Leander City Council will hold a Public Hearing for the zoning request submitted for 77.8593 acres for the planned $1 billion mixed-use Leander Springs development, which is targeting building a … more
After 4-and-a-half hours, the Leander Police Department peacefully resolved another police standoff  Saturday.The incident is the second standoff the Leander Department has safely resolved in … more
The Austin Police Department is seeking two male suspects involved in two back-to-back convenience store robberies near Anderson Mill Road early Friday morning.The first robbery occurred at 6:07 a.m. … more
Leander and Cedar Park kept their Veterans Day celebrations alive in different ways Wednesday despite major obstacles posed by the coronavirus pandemic in order to continue to honor the sacrifices of … more
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