The night of the deadly Memorial Day weekend floods in Blanco and Hays Counties, the first calls for help came into Hays County 911 about 9:…
Farmers markets are open every day of the week offering seasonal fruits, but some are better buys than others — especially after May’s floo…
The Insurance Council of Texas estimates more than $1 billion of insured property was damaged as a result of flooding and other severe weath…
A typical summer sea breeze pattern begins later this week, which means small rain chances are possible for some areas each afternoon.
We’ve seen the good and bad come out of the recent heavy rains. But over in the Hill Country, the peach crops are plentiful.
Family members, and the community of Fredericksburg, are remembering a loved one lost in the floods.
Before flooding became the big headline for Wimberley, tourism and Texas charm have always driven the Hill Country destination.
In case you didn’t get to check out the full moon last night or early this morning, we’ve saved it forever in time for you.
Thousands of photographs, memorabilia and family heirlooms were washed up and blown around during the Memorial Day flooding and storm.
More than 20 agencies will be in Blanco Wednesday at the old county courthouse to help families get the help they need.
The storms that tore through Central Texas left their mark. In Austin, strong winds ripped apart trees leaving a mess behind in neighborhood…
Cody Dienhart’s truck got stuck in high water on FM 969 near Webberville.
Kenneth Reissig, 81, is the eighth person to be identified. Three people are still missing following the Memorial Day weekend floods.
Businesses along Lake Travis are already reaping the rewards of higher lake levels.
As Austin goes through the process of updating its floodplain maps, federal maps for some areas like Blanco County date back to 1991.
The debris is starting to clear from Lake Travis, and boats and jet skis torn from docks are now finding their way back home. Still, bits an…
Affected areas are still under a boil water notice.
The Month of May set several weather records from rainfall totals, river heights and saw Lake Travis jump 37 feet.
It’s an unusual site at Natural Bridge Caverns this summer.
Red Cross workers will be available at the center to work one-on-one with victims to begin their recovery process, along with other relief o…