The department says with additional rainfall expected over the next few days, trail conditions and high flowing water from upstream dam rele…
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Anyone who ignores the ban will likely meet Austin Police Officer John O’Donnell, Jr., who is on lake patrol.
High and swift waters will make recreational, commercial and navigational use of the lakes unsafe.
LCRA says water flows in the Highland Lakes and lower Colorado River will be strong and swift and cautions anyone on or near the water to be…
Volunteer will provide meals and snacks and will begin disaster assessments of the affected areas to further help families.
More than 50 crews and 250 employees are working on making repairs and restoring electricity to people who have been without power the longe…
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Thursday night’s rainfall became the second wettest day ever recorded at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
South of Highway 71 was a maze of low water crossings and blocked off roads as officials told people to stay home.
Homes along the Colorado River in La Grange are expected to have flood damage Friday into Saturday.
STAR Flight rescued a firefighter and a driver who was swept away by high water early Friday morning.
Several school districts have made changes to their schedule for students during the severe weather sweeping across Central Texas.
Onion Creek is not forecasted to climb above 28 feet, a relief for many neighbors.
KXAN’s First Warning Weather Team is tracking the aftermath of torrential, flooding rainfall overnight.
Emergency crews are working on flood rescues in the Austin area.
A community outreach effort to better prepare central Texans for increasingly violent extremes of weather is underway.
Austin Fire Chief Rhoda Mae Kerr has lifted a watercraft ban Sunday that was issued for Ladybird Lake and Lake Austin.
Texas has the greatest chance to see more rain than usual compared to any other state in the U.S. over this period.
As rain continues to pour down across Central Texas, new tools are helping the Lower Colorado River Authority track streams and rivers.