Heavy rains Tuesday brought flash flooding to several parts of Austin
In some locations, 6 inches fell in less than three hours.
Gov. Greg Abbott gets an update on Tropical Depression Bill as it continues to make its way across Texas.
The City of Marble Falls obtains its raw water supply from Lake Marble Falls, which is currently full.
As flood survivors in San Marcos continue to pick up the pieces, more than 200 people showed up for a town hall meeting Wednesday night to g…
Cleanup crews in Fayette County had a busy night cleaning up downed trees and debris, and we have team coverage all morning.
Many times, Texans put themselves in dangerous situations that can be avoided.
Authorities enacted the Bastrop County Emergency Operations Center Tuesday in anticipation of flooding as a result of Tropical Storm Bill.
The City of Austin’s Watershed Protection Department is busy making sure water can flow as easily as possible to prevent flooding in local n…
With Tropical Storm Bill projected to pass right over head, people in one Smithville neighborhood know exactly just how urgent an evacuation…
Tropical Storm Bill moved slowly over inland Texas on Tuesday, bringing another round of heavy rains to a state weary from recent deadly flo…
The Austin/Travis County Emergency Operations Center was activated at 3 p.m.
Williamson County is preparing for flood waters tonight, road crews will be on standby ready to close any flooded roadways and streets.
According to the Lake Travis Fire Rescue, the fire happened around 1:30 p.m. in the 15300 block of Barrie Drive.
As Tropical Storm Bill makes its way through Texas, the American Red Cross has opened shelters in Central Texas.
Several school districts have canceled summer classes for Wednesday.
A look at the status of low water crossings in Central Texas.
With its personal alert notifications, you’ll know when significant weather is heading your way and when to take cover.
As Tropical Storm Bill advances on Central Texas the threat for flooding and damaging winds are increasing. Stay ahead of the storm by signi…
A review finds nearly 100 city-owned vehicles in Houston were damaged or destroyed in the Memorial Day weekend storms and flooding.