Demand for Private Eyes Set to Rise in Texas

Jillian Malone May 16, 2016


AUSTIN, Texas (May 6, 2016) – Demand for private investigators is rising in Texas.

Bus Camera Tickets Earn $260,000 for Austin Schools

Jillian Malone April 25, 2016


AUSTIN, Texas (Apr. 14, 2016)—The Austin Independent School District has received more than $260,000 from citations issued to motorists illegally passing stopped school buses

Proposal Moves Forward for Off-Leash Area in Circle C Park

Jillian Malone March 31, 2016


AUSTIN, Texas (March 2, 2016)—The Austin Parks and Recreation Department decided Tuesday to move forward with its review of a proposed off-leash area in Circle C Metropolitan Park.



Police Focusing on Local Food Pantry in Indecent Exposure Case

Jillian Malone March 11, 2016


AUSTIN, Texas (March 11, 2016)—Police suspect that the perpetrator in the indecent exposure incident on Feb. 4 at a parochial school is a volunteer at the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry said the school principal in an interview.



Autism Speaks’ Puzzle Piece Logo Upsets Members of Autistic Community

Jillian Malone February 4, 2016


AUSTIN, Texas (Feb. 4, 2016)—Sparrow Rose Jones, an autistic author, said that Autism Speaks should remove their puzzle piece shaped logo because it paints the autistic community as deficient at the University of Texas at Austin on Monday.