The National Weather Service say the two tornadoes were responsible for much of the damage in the area, along with straight line winds.
David and Katie have been delivering fresh vegetables to Austinites for 24 years, but Feb. 19 now has its own flavor.
Victims from this week’s storm can get up to 30-days of free storage at participating U-Haul locations in the Austin and San Antonio area.
It took an estimated 24 hours to restore power after trees fell on power lines and in some cases, electric poles snapped in half.
Damage from Sunday’s storm ranged from Williamson County to Hays County.
The storm moved through Central Texas in less than two hours.
Bea Johnson is visiting Austin to inspire residents and small businesses to change their purchasing habits, in order to create less waste.
The restrictions were enacted at the end of 2015 to limit water usage while the city worked on several water projects.
Winter storm warnings were in effect from upstate New York to Maine, where blizzard conditions and 2 feet of snow are possible.
Energy Week at the University of Texas sparks new ideas for the energy sector.
Lake Travis Fire Rescue is cutting the ribbon Thursday on a new chipper that will make the department’s work easier and more efficient.
The severe weather threat was still continuing Sunday night in some parts, extending into the Carolinas and north Florida.
A Red Flag Warning and Wind Advisory were both in effect until 6 p.m. for most of Central Texas.
Rock slides, debris flows and flooding closed roads and snarled traffic up and down the state.
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The twister was part of a wall of stormy weather traveling across the region, bringing with it rain and unstable conditions.
If you feel like it’s been raining for days and days, you’re not alone. Rain has now fallen in the Austin area and most surrounding counties…
Volunteers will help plant loblolly seedlings in areas damaged by the 2011 Bastrop County Complex Fire and 2015 Hidden Pines Fire.
KXAN Meteorologist Jim Spencer will have full details about how it all happened Tonight on KXAN News at 5 and 6.
Thousands of people lost power and forecasters warned of blizzard-like conditions from Virginia to parts of the Northeast.