Severe storms moved east across Central Texas Tuesday evening, pummeling parts of Travis, Williamson and Bastrop counties.
Many folks reached out to KXAN meteorologists today to ask what gives these clouds such a “wavy” shape?
Aaron Olmsted’s dash camera caught the fireball as he was driving eastbound on SH 71 near SH 95 in Bastrop.
The National Weather Service logged nearly 20 reports of tornadoes from the states of Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas and numerous reports of hig…
In 2015, the ceremony was canceled due to weather. News of possible rain this weekend has some graduates scrambling for a Plan B.
Burnet County is not currently under a burn ban, however after this fire Chief Curtis says commissioners might look at reinstating the ban.
Some people saw quarter-sized hail.
Bush and Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton are hosting a free CrossFit-style exercise class on the Capitol grounds.
The National Weather Service has released a preliminary report on four tornadoes which touched down on Saturday in East Texas.
At least four people were killed during the severe weather and about 50 people were injured.
Tornadoes hitting Van Zandt County caused a swath of damage lasting 35 miles long and stretching 15 miles wide. The destructive path stretch…
ETMC Regional Heathcare Systems hospitals in the region received at least 54 patients following the storm, including one person in critical …
A dog in Florence, Texas had to get medicine from an Austin hospital after getting bitten by a dangerous coral snake.
The Lower Colorado River Authority says it is time to pull each of the 50,000 pound floodgates, rehabilitate and replace them.
High winds and low humidity has Travis County agencies coming together to prepare for the threat of wildfires.
Much of Texas dealing with an elevated risk for fire danger.
The Hill Country Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving land spaces that capture the beauty of the Hill Country.
Travis and Hays Counties have joined forces to identify and address flood risks along Onion Creek.
At least three homes, Bonham and Bowie elementary schools and the San Marcos Public Library were damaged.
At least 400 Pre-K students will not go to class for the next few days.