The McComb family, along with their friends, was spending the holiday weekend in a rental property along the Blanco River when the floodwate…
Parts of downtown were underwater Monday and memories returned of the deadly Halloween 2013 flood, when Onion Creek rose to record levels, i…
The bodies of two people were recovered Tuesday in Travis and Williamson Counties, following flooding Monday across Central Texas.
Hays County officials said three bodies have been recovered from the Blanco River. Two of the bodies were found within Hays County and one w…
If you break the rules, the Austin Fire Department could impound your watercraft.
People in Houston woke up Tuesday to more than 11 inches of rainfall in some spots overnight.
A homecoming queen on her way home from from her prom was killed by Texas floodwaters.
All the water from the Hill Country and the Austin area is now making its way southeast down the Colorado River.
Austin Police Department helicopter Air 1 rescued multiple people trapped between two flooded low water crossings in eastern Travis County.
Some stunning drone video from the skies shows the damage left after the Memorial Day weekend flooding.
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…
Due to severe flooding and street closures in areas across Central Texas, several school districts have delayed or canceled classes for Wedn…
A shelter is set-up at Hutto Middle School, 1005 Exchange Blvd., for people who need to evacuate their homes.
Emergency crews responded to dozens of water rescues around town.
There were confirmed tornadoes in Gillespie, Blanco and Hays counties on Memorial Day.
Gov. Greg Abbott will tour the heavily damaged town of Wimberley on Monday afternoon.
One man is dead and several people are still unaccounted for.
Wimberley citizens are figuring out their situations after flooding destroys homes and property.