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Hundreds of firefighters were battling the flames from the ground and air.
Kyle ER will be hosting a fan drive on Friday, July 22 from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, July 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. We are excited to pa…
Skin cancer is a serious issue in the United States, where each year, more than 3.5 million skin cancers are diagnosed.
There’s only a 10% chance at most for parts of the Colorado River Basin to go above flood stage in the next 90 days.
The flooding rains that began in late May over much of the lower Colorado River basin continued through the first half of June, resulting in…
Tuesday night’s full moon is called a “buck moon” in North America.
Though the state of Texas is “drought free” according to the US Drought Monitor, “abnormally dry” areas have doubled in the last week.
Last week, on July 5, Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport tied its all-time warm minimum with a steamy low of just 83°F.
Library programs and workshops reflect the creative endeavors and diverse interests of the Austin community.
Skies will look hazy Saturday, better Sunday before a new wave of Saharan dust settles into the area.
For the second time this week, a wave of dust particles is blowing into Central Texas today, after traveling 5,000 miles across the Atlantic…
The latest drought update is showing Texas getting a bit drier, but still officially “drought-free”.
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In this animation of Earth Observatory images, hundreds of millions of tons of dust are picked up from the deserts of Africa and blown acros…
You and your family probably have a plan for a house fire—a smoke detector in place, an evacuation plan, and a safe place to gather. But do …
July 9th officially tied the daily record high LOW temperature at Camp Mabry.
An area of ice about twice the size of Texas has disappeared in the past 3 decades and the melt is accelerating.
Texas is one of the few states that was near normal in June. Elsewhere in the U.S., June was a record-setting month.
What to watch for in July: Swallows, Nighthawks and Less Common Grackles Here’s the Central Texas bird forecast for the month, courtesy of T…