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Sheriff Robert Chody is among the first responders assisting with rescues.
She’s spent hours coordinating help in flooded cities using only her phone, her computer and her connections in the coastal area.
Maintenance crews discovered the issue Tuesday morning, according to Round Rock Independent School District.
If you’d like to help, Oasis Church is still in need of towels, blankets and pillows.
A four person boat crew from Williamson County is making their way to Houston to help conduct water rescues amid catastrophic flooding.
The Georgetown Fire Department has a new tool that could help those stranded or hurt during the storm.
Continuous updates as Central Texas prepares for Hurricane Harvey.
Some residents believe because Stuart Selvaggi has a history of bankruptcies and evictions, he should not be in a position that makes large …
On Aug. 10, the Cedar Park city council voted to move forward with an independent review of its police department.
New outdoor warning sirens in Georgetown will not be fully tested before this weekend’s potential storm, however the city is confident the s…
The home on Railroad Avenue was a total loss.
In her findings of fact and conclusions of law, Judge Donna King determined that Kelley’s conviction should be set aside because he was “den…
The growing controversy surrounding confederate monuments across the country is expanding to Williamson County where residents addressed the…
Police say the suspect came into the bank around 3:25 p.m. and handed the teller a note demanding money.
A 2015 KXAN investigation revealed some Central Texas counties with the highest risk of wildfire had not done all they could to prepare to k…
The Round Rock Police Department is requesting new cameras to keep officers safe and hold them accountable.
The city will test the sirens on Saturday, Aug. 26.
Rides will be free for the first week, Aug. 21-25 on Routes 50, 51 and 52.
Hutto City Manager Odis Jones calls the city’s water contract the worst they can find in Texas. The city has a plan.