Hurricane Harvey is expected to bring wind, rain and flooding to areas of Central Texas.
HEB said on Twitter that its stores will do what they feel is appropriate during emergency water shortages.
Fleeing Hurricane Harvey, a caravan of 90 elderly and fragile people moved North Thursday night to the skilled nursing facility Park Manor i…
Sitting with a first responder at dinner, they both agreed that they would rather everyone leave town now.
A UT supercomputer is providing high resolution data about Harvey’s projected impact.
First responders and emergency personnel say they are preparing for the worst.
With an approaching hurricane expected to slam Texas’ coast, Central Texas finds itself directly in Harvey’s crosshairs.
Volunteers can choose to train during several slot times on Friday.
Several outdoor events could be affected by rain this weekend. Watch KXAN and KXAN.com for the latest information about Harvey and its impac…
The Austin/Travis County Emergency Operations Center says as of 2 p.m. Thursday, there have been no requests to activate the Capital Area Sh…
A Category 3 hurricane has the potential for significant loss of life and damages. A Cat 3 has sustained winds of 111-129 mph.
Tropical systems bring heavy rain and damaging winds to Central Texas. To help residents prepare for storms, the state launched the Texas Em…
Crews and meteorologists are aided by quickly-updating information from a satellite launched in November.
Residents should be prepared for potential power outages and have emergency supplies handy.
Bastrop, Fayette and Caldwell counties are all under Tropical Storm Warnings.
Numerous airlines have added Austin Bergstrom International Airport to the list of airports that could be eligible for rebookings, etc.
New outdoor warning sirens in Georgetown will not be fully tested before this weekend’s potential storm, however the city is confident the s…
Harvey reformed into a tropical depression Wednesday morning. The Capital Area Council of Governments wants more residents to sign up for al…
Harvey is expected to reach the Texas coast by Friday and could make its way into Southcentral Texas.
Once the storm reaches the coast on Friday, it could produce heavy rainfall and flooding as far inland as Central Texas.