The drought restrictions will officially be lifted on Sunday, Nov. 15.
The NWS office in Austin/San Antonio has issued at least five Flash Flood Emergencies so far this year, not counting recent October events.
As flood recovery continues across Central Texas, many families are still trying to figure out how to pick up the pieces – and how to pay fo…
The organizers are using ground protection measures due to soggy grounds.
As flooded-out homeowners are still working on picking up the pieces from last week’s flood, another round of heavy rain is forecasted for C…
The Lower Colorado River Authority’s Hydromet gauge located along Onion Creek at Highway 183, recorded 14.11 inches of rain in the six hours…
A Travis County woman whose home flooded Friday says once she finally got through to 911, no emergency responders ever came to help.
Two men and one woman died in Friday’s floods in southeast Travis County.
Hernandez’s two younger brothers survived when their car was hit by flood waters
The flooding over the weekend is still causing delays and cancellations.
Austin ISD officials say the severe storms left two to four inches of standing water in classrooms at Palm Elementary School.
Evacuees from the flood prone Onion Creek neighborhood got to return to their homes Saturday.
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A total of 3 people died in Travis County due to Friday’s floods. Inez Garza was one of them, her family spoke to KXAN News about who she wa…
The National Flood Insurance Program has a list for you before, during and after a flood.
Air Traffic Control duties for Austin Bergstrom International Airport and the surrounding area had to be handed off to a Houston center afte…
Energy has been restored to Onion Creek homes and residents are cleared for re-entry; use caution if you’re returning home.
At 2 p.m. on Friday, the Blanco River crested at 42.5 feet, which is a half-foot shy of the Memorial Day weekend floods.
COTA lost $2 million in concession sales Sunday and attendance was down several thousand