Travis County DA releases witness list in APD officer indictments

AUSTIN (KXAN) — For the first time since 19 Austin Police officers were indicted by a grand jury on felony charges earlier this year, we are learning new details about the indictments from a court document filed by the Travis County District Attorney’s office. In February, this grand jury indicted each officer on two counts… Continue reading Travis County DA releases witness list in APD officer indictments

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WATCH: Austin cyclist OK after being hit by car that sped off

AUSTIN (KXAN) — An Austin man’s evening bike ride almost turned deadly, after video shows a car hitting the cyclist on Riverside Drive and then speeding off. A video captured by a bystander shows cyclist Nick Gardiner riding in front of the Long Center, when a car appearing to change lanes hits Gardiner, and drives… Continue reading WATCH: Austin cyclist OK after being hit by car that sped off

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EMS responds to ‘critical incident’ in south Austin

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin-Travis County EMS said it’s responding to a “critical incident” in south Austin Thursday evening. At least three people are hurt. The agency said it’s taking place in the 1700 block of Teri Road. That’s near Interstate 35 south of Highway 71. There are at least three schools, a hotel, a storage… Continue reading EMS responds to ‘critical incident’ in south Austin

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FDA Joins Investigation Into How Camden Students Were Served Milk Contaminated With Sanitizer

CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — First on CBS3. Eyewitness News has learned the FDA has joined the investigation into how contaminated milk was served to students in Camden County. Officials are reportedly at the Guida Dairy plant in New Britain, Connecticut. That’s where they say the milk cartons were processed and packaged with non-toxic sanitizer. Dozens… Continue reading FDA Joins Investigation Into How Camden Students Were Served Milk Contaminated With Sanitizer

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Project to bring 190 new apartments to popular neighborhood

SAN DIEGO — A developer plans to build nearly 200 new homes on busy Park Boulevard, bringing more housing to the intersection of three popular uptown neighborhoods in San Diego. The project, from CEDARst Companies, comes in the form of a $74.4 million, 7-story building at 4135 Park. That places the building in University Heights,… Continue reading Project to bring 190 new apartments to popular neighborhood

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Armed woman killed by lawmen sparks controversy

SAN DIEGO — Community activists are raising questions about the shooting involving law enforcement that killed a woman accused of stabbing a San Diego police officer. Members of the Alliance of Chinese Americans San Diego say they want answers from the sheriff’s department. They say the death of Dr. Yan Li was avoidable. Body-worn camera… Continue reading Armed woman killed by lawmen sparks controversy

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RTD transit-oriented development picks up steam

DENVER — Despite RTD grappling with crime on trains and buses, the transit agency is celebrating economic growth surrounding its transit stops and centers. In Denver’s Central Park neighborhood, construction workers are busy building out one of several developments within a half-mile of the A-Line station. RTD refers to these spaces as station influence areas. The… Continue reading RTD transit-oriented development picks up steam

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Driver in shoot-out, chase with Buffalo police arraigned

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A driver who engaged Buffalo police in a lengthy gunfight, striking and injuring three officers during a haphazard chase that spanned the city, pleaded not guilty Thursday to attempted murder. Kente Bell, 28, was arraigned from his hospital room, where he is recovering from several gunshot wounds sustained during Tuesday’s chase… Continue reading Driver in shoot-out, chase with Buffalo police arraigned

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