Some stunning drone video from the skies shows the damage left after the Memorial Day weekend flooding.
Any watercraft, be it recreational or commercial, is banned until noon Tuesday, May 26.
Repeated flooding on the Llano and Pedernales rivers has broken the most severe drought in the history of Lake Travis.
The campground has been evacuated, but county officials are worried about damage downstream. People living along Copperas Creek and in the E…
Due to severe flooding and street closures in areas across Central Texas, several school districts have delayed or canceled classes for Wedn…
A shelter is set-up at Hutto Middle School, 1005 Exchange Blvd., for people who need to evacuate their homes.
Emergency crews responded to dozens of water rescues around town.
There were confirmed tornadoes in Gillespie, Blanco and Hays counties on Memorial Day.
Gov. Greg Abbott will tour the heavily damaged town of Wimberley on Monday afternoon.
One man is dead and several people are still unaccounted for.
Wimberley citizens are figuring out their situations after flooding destroys homes and property.
Eight people are missing from two different families following Sunday morning flood.
Hays County officials have confirmed that one man has been found dead in San Marcos following storms from Saturday night.
The Park Ranger on duty ended up housing 70 campers at his home on Saturday night.
While Onion Creek is expected to rise above flood stage current projections indicate structures in the area will not be threatened.
Emergency officials are asking residents to stay away from their homes at this time.
Lake Travis currently stands at 645′, the highest level it has been since August 2011.
The Blanco River has crested over the freeway in San Marcos.
As of 12:01 a.m. Sunday, the stage was 32.4 ft., flood stage is 13 ft. The river level will rise to crest around 41.5 feet by early Sunday m…
The Red Cross has several shelters opened throughout Central and South Texas due to weather.