Austin NAACP president Nelson Linder provides insight on 'The Story' about the Austin package explosions, revealing connections between two of the victims.
Two lives were cut short when explosive packages arrived on their doorsteps in Austin, Texas.
AUSTIN, Texas — Two of the families hit with package bombs left on Austin doorsteps knew each other and were connected through local activism in the black community, a civic leader said Tuesday, but it was not clear how they might be tied…
Details about the deadly bombings in Austin remain scarce, but one thing is clear, experts say: whoever made the bomb knew what they were doing.
The three package bombs left on Austin, Texas doorsteps in recent weeks were constructed with a "certain level of skill," the city's police chief said Tuesday, as the dragnet continued for the mysterious porch bomber whose devices have…
The police, who believe the blasts were linked, said they had received 265 calls from residents about packages.
Warnings about package bombs seemed especially foreboding in a time when package deliveries are a regular occurrence for many American households.
A leader of Austin's black community says the families of two people killed by separate package bombs knew each other.