The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said Matthew, though still a dangerous Category 3 hurricane as the day dawned, was expected to r…
Hurricane Matthew has remained a strong, major hurricane for five consecutive days as of Wednesday evening.
It’s now started battering the Bahamas, and it’s triggering large-scale evacuations along the U.S. East Coast.
Some of our viewers snapped photos of the evening sunset and double rainbow.
Austin is the only city in Texas to receive a gold designation from the U.S. Department of Energy’s SolSmart program.
From 1 to 5 p.m. all classes at Texas State will be canceled due to the recent rains.
The coming weeks will feature higher than normal numbers of some insects, which have been fooled odd August conditions into migrating early.
The new app wants user input on the clouds that they see right above them.
There are more than 800 special events held in Austin every year.
A new low-temperature smart window could help cut energy costs in the future.
A trap set in a neighborhood off MoPac picked up almost 100 mosquitoes that can carry Zika in a 7-hour period.
Hermine is getting weaker as it moves over Georgia, but the U.S. National Hurricane Center says winds are increasing along the Southeast coa…
September is National Preparedness Month.
Hermine is centered about 415 miles west-southwest of Tampa, Florida and is drifting at 2 mph toward the north.
People who live in several southeast Travis County neighborhoods that have flooded recently are asked to attend a public meeting to discuss …
The city also reopened the Barton Creek Greenbelt Wednesday.
The creek is expected to rise to 21 feet by 9 p.m.
Anyone in the greenbelt was asked to exit immediately.
The forecast calls for at least a 50 percent chance of thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday.
As of Thursday morning, the current flow of Barton Creek is 576cfs and falling.