On Thursday, the first flood siren warning vendor demonstrated its product for the city.
The first hurricane of the 2016 Atlantic season formed four and a half months before hurricane season officially begins.
Most Austinites are feeling the effects of the cedar and pollen floating around in the air.
In a year where Central Texas experienced two major floods and another large wildfire, KXAN.com kept you updated on all the news happening i…
Officials announced around 3 p.m. that all horses were now on safe ground.
Seven people have died after severe storms spawned several tornadoes Saturday afternoon and evening in North Texas, according to officials.
December 23, 2015 will go down as the warmest Christmas Eve Eve in Austin history.
As a cold front moves through Saturday there could be a chance of rain and strong winds.
While Lake Buchanan still isn’t full, the lake is seeing its highest level in years.
El Niño, a long predicted ocean-atmosphere phenomenon lasting for months, can be beneficial, but also, catastrophic.
The City of Austin’s Watershed Protection Department has determined the rain parts of Austin received on Oct. 30 was likely the most intense…
A group is gathering in Austin Thursday and Friday to discuss climate change and energy issues facing the world.
Three of the river gauges will be on the river between Austin and Bastrop.
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.