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Six-Car Wreck Leaves Two Dead in Williamson County

Two people were killed in a six-vehicle crash in Williamson County on August 31. The Austin American-Statesman reported that authorities said a 2006 Ford F-150 pulled out of a convenience store and slammed into two vehicles at the intersection of Texas State Highway 29 and County Road 200 before taking off on the wrong side…
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Bill to End Driver Responsibility Program Fails to Pass Texas Legislature

The Driver Responsibility Program (DRP) was enacted in 2003 with the passage of House Bill (HB) 3588 during the 78th Regular Session of the Texas Legislature. The program required the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to apply surcharges to individuals with certain traffic convictions, but the Driver Responsibility Program has been criticized for largely…
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Hutto Man Faces Felony Charges in Racing Crash

KXAN-TV reported on March 24 that a 23-year-old Hutto man was booked into the Williamson County Jail on multiple charges related to a December 2016 crash in Round Rock that killed a couple who had been married for 42 years. According to KXAN, the alleged offender was in a Lexus racing another vehicle on Farm…
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State Considers Texting Ban After Cyclist Killed in Georgetown

As the weather warms and we get closer to school letting out for the summer, communities all over Texas are sure to see an increase in the number of bicyclists on the roads. As the Texas Department of Transportation notes, bicyclists have all of the same rights and responsibilities as drivers of motor vehicles. Motorists…
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Round Rock to Stop Jailing Invalid License, Marijuana Offenders

The Round Rock Police Department is set to become the first Williamson County agency to pilot a cite-and-release program. The Austin American-Statesman reported on September 18, 2016, that police will no longer be immediately jailing people for allegedly driving with an invalid license or possession of marijuana under 2 ounces. The Williamson County Commissioners Court…
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