February 19, 2020

The Austin Serial Bombing Suspect Is Dead. Here’s What to Know About Mark Anthony Conditt.

The man who police believe was behind a series of package bombings in Austin, Texas, has died after detonating an explosive device inside his car, officials said Wednesday morning. The man has been identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, according to the Associated Press. “This is the culmination of three very long weeks for our community,” […]

Austin bombing suspect kills self with explosive as police close in: report.

Police in Austin, Texas, were preparing to stage a media briefing early Wednesday about an officer-involved shooting, amid local media reports that the Austin bombing suspect had killed himself with an explosive device. BREAKING: Sources have confirmed with @fox7austin that the #AustinBombings suspect is dead. MTF on #GoodDayAustin — JacquelineSarkissian (@JSarkissianFOX7) March 21, 2018 The […]

Incendiary Device Found In Package At Austin Goodwill; 1 Man Hurt

At least one man was injured Tuesday night after coming into contact with a package containing an incendiary device at a Goodwill store in Austin, Texas, but police and the FBI said it was not believed to be linked to the string of package bombs that have killed two people over the past month. The […]

Austin Bombings: Here’s What You Need To Know.

A string of deadly package bombs has Austin on edge as authorities ramp up efforts to locate the bomber, including activating hundreds of officers and federal agents, increasing the reward for information and issuing a public appeal to the bomber. Below is the latest on the developments in the Austin bombing case. The bombing Sunday […]

Two men seriously injured in explosion in SW Austin

Austin-Travis County EMS says they are responding to unconfirmed reports of an explosion in far southwest Austin. In a tweet, ATCEMS says that two men in their 20s suffered serious injuries. It happened in the 4800 block of Dawn Song Drive near Mopac and 290. There were reports of additional explosions in the same neighborhood, […]

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