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.
There are temperatures Central Texans just can’t get comfortable with and neither can plants.
A check of departures from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport shows most flights leaving on time as of 11 a.m. Friday.
It wasn’t a wintry wonderland, but we did see some flurries.
Dry, windy weather is taking a toll on cedar allergy sufferers as we approach the traditional peak of cedar season.
The project will include the installation of up to 25 low water crossing warning systems with a system to monitor water levels.
Monday’s sunset was a spectacular one across Central Texas
This will give homeowners along the lakes a chance to fix and repair docks and retaining walls
Professional storm chaser Jeff Mangum recaps his most intense storm chases from 2016 with the KXAN weather team.
Bastrop County leaders are waiting to hear back from FEMA to see if grant money will help bring fire-fighting planes to Bastrop County.
Though New Year’s Eve is looking like a safe holiday to use fireworks, the risk of wildfires is increasing over the next eight weeks.
With the holiday season upon us, that means a drop in temperatures and a rise in fevers as people are catching more than the holiday spirit.
Michael Woehl snapped a picture of an all-black woolly bear caterpillar near his house in Manor last week.
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.
Several events have been cancelled due to the rainy forecast.
Even with a slightly above-average year for storms, it was the costliest season in four years, and the deadliest in more than a decade.