This cedar season could pack quite a punch.
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Central Texas cities are working to lead the way when it comes to using renewable energy and mitigating climate change.
Part of the solution includes a 10,000 gallon cistern now sitting at the Caldwell County Justice Center.
And while La Niña patterns in the past have at times led to drought years, this winter’s developing pattern does not guarantee a looming dro…
Latest information on rain chances and cooler temperatures for your Halloween plans.
Around 1,000 students got to trade out the classroom for a “green” room at Barton Springs.
With the first official day of fall this Friday, allergy sufferers are already gearing up for the “inevitable” — fall allergies!
Numerous airlines have added Austin Bergstrom International Airport to the list of airports that could be eligible for rebookings, etc.
Get ready for our solar eclipse Monday, Aug. 21!
Heavy rain this week helps to alleviate drought, but not all areas are allowing burning just yet.
A pipeline of mineral dust from Africa is brought by the wind to Central Texas.
Millions of bats are at risk for deadly disease, potentially harming species in Texas, down the road.
Soaring heat is also leading to a soaring production of wine, and a little early this year.
High school and college freshmen are competing for the unique opportunity to have their work sent to the International Space Station.
Many of you have reached out to the KXAN weather team recently, wondering just what in the air has been causing that extra sniffling and sne…
The loss of habitat has contributed to nearly a 90 percent decrease of the monarch population in the last 20 years.
Scientists are a step closer to understanding the inner-workings of the universe following the laying of the first stone, and construction s…
Austin has joined 8 other cities across the nation, as part of a Wildlife Watch Project.
Many folks reached out to KXAN meteorologists today to ask what gives these clouds such a “wavy” shape?
April showers bring May flowers…and allergies for our four-legged friends!