Much of Texas dealing with an elevated risk for fire danger.
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Austin Community College includes a unique showcase on alternative transportation in its list of 25 events for Earth Week.
The National Recreation and Park Association teamed up with the Walt Disney Company to give back to local communities.
Be on the lookout for standing water. Mosquitoes are moving in.
The Austin/San Antonio National Weather Service office is planning to host several, free online SKYWARN webinars.
SpaceX’s Dragon cargo spacecraft is scheduled to splash down in the Pacific Ocean on Sunday, March 19.
Beginning of Daylight Savings Time and Clock Change Serves as Reminder
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The average last freeze in Austin typically falls in around March 3, and around March 21 for the Hill Country.
The pool will reopen on Feb. 20.
The onsite teams at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans are making steady progress as they continue with recovery efforts from T…
Energy Week at the University of Texas sparks new ideas for the energy sector.
It could lead to more green rooves on campus and further research for students at the university.
A recent study at UT discovered just what type of electricity is the cheapest to generate, depending where you live.
New January peak demand record set
Helpful tips to keep your pet safe through the noise of the New Year this weekend.
Professional storm chaser Jeff Mangum recaps his most intense storm chases from 2016 with the KXAN weather team.
Saturday evening’s cold front brought more than just arctic air. Strong wind gusts were reported all across Central Texas, as well.
We all know to protect pets, pipes and plants during winter weather. At what point is damage a major concern to the pipes in our home?
A strong Arctic cold front arrives early tomorrow morning, bringing some of the coldest air in nearly two years.