It’s a familiar story with an unfamiliar twist.
The young woman who was slammed to the ground by officer Eric Casebolt has filed a lawsuit against the officer, the police department, and the city.
Greg Abbott and Dan Patrick have a lot to say about protecting police lives—but the biggest threats to officers aren’t toting guns.
The details continue to come out, the story looks bad on the surface.
After an incident last week saw several young black people on Sixth Street punched by police, the question of who’s allowed to misbehave in Austin’s bar district is especially relevant.
One of the more tragic cases in Texas in recent memory continues its journey through the legal system.
Video footage of a teenage boy placed in a chokehold by school resource officers adds a new layer to an ongoing debate.
Transparency and action after an officer-involved shooting could indicate a fundamental shift.
Officials in Waller County say that the woman’s death was a suicide. Her friends and family don’t believe it. And there are 64 other deaths in Texas this year make it harder to trust the official story.
A mounted police officer grabs the camera of a man filming a tense incident on Sixth Street, and a fellow officer steps in to shoot a stream of pepper spray into the man’s face. But how many videos of police behaving badly can we handle?