The Lower Colorado River Authority says it is time to pull each of the 50,000 pound floodgates, rehabilitate and replace them.
The floodgate operations went into effect after heavy storms moved across the Highland Lakes watershed Monday night.
Business ramping up on Lady Bird Lake after two weeks without customers.
The Gnarly Gar is getting customers from land to their tables with the help of a pontoon boat.
High and swift waters will make recreational, commercial and navigational use of the lakes unsafe.
LCRA says water flows in the Highland Lakes and lower Colorado River will be strong and swift and cautions anyone on or near the water to be…
Austin Fire Chief Rhoda Mae Kerr has lifted a watercraft ban Sunday that was issued for Ladybird Lake and Lake Austin.
As rain continues to pour down across Central Texas, new tools are helping the Lower Colorado River Authority track streams and rivers.
Due to the amount of rain received on Saturday, the amount of water being passed through the Highland Lakes Dams have increased.
A beneficial soaking of up to 1.33 inches in the Lake Buchanan inflow region is helping boost the lake level even higher.
Travis is at its highest level in six years; Buchanan is at its highest level in eight years.
Lake Buchanan is one of the two Highland Lakes that supplies water to more than one million Central Texans.
The Month of May set several weather records from rainfall totals, river heights and saw Lake Travis jump 37 feet.
Lake Travis has risen more than 29 feet in the last 30 days after continued rainfall across Central Texas replenished the drought-stricken l…
Damaged tree limbs are being washed into the lakes from recent rains and flooding.
If you break the rules, the Austin Fire Department could impound your watercraft.
Any watercraft, be it recreational or commercial, is banned until noon Tuesday, May 26.
Repeated flooding on the Llano and Pedernales rivers has broken the most severe drought in the history of Lake Travis.
The campground has been evacuated, but county officials are worried about damage downstream. People living along Copperas Creek and in the E…
Lake Travis currently stands at 645′, the highest level it has been since August 2011.