In the KXAN viewing area, much of Mason, San Saba, and Llano counties are still considered abnormally dry.
A FEMA Disaster Recovery Center will start operations in Austin on Monday, July 13 to help Travis County residents who suffered flood damage…
Rain falling near San Saba County is expected to runoff into drought-stricken Lake Buchanan by this weekend.
The City of Austin could return to Stage 1 but Austin Water is urging against it and actually wants a permanent change to the watering sched…
Record rainfall across parts of Texas and Oklahoma led to some stunning scenes this spring, including a large vortex created as Lake Texoma …
Lake Buchanan is one of the two Highland Lakes that supplies water to more than one million Central Texans.
William Charba, 6, and Leighton McComb, 4, were swept away in Wimberley during the Memorial Weekend floods.
One family whose child died after being left in a hot car is hoping their painful lesson will save the lives of others. Now, they have the b…
The ultimate judgment of a college football team is the work it does on Saturdays.
City crews have been working diligently to remove debris along the river banks.
Out of 13 public boat ramps on Lake Travis, the only one not open is at Cypress Creek.
While most of us have working air conditioners, others don’t. And that’s where you can help — with KXAN’s annual Fan Fare Friday.
The recent rains have many people worrying about the increase of mosquitoes, but there is also a danger affecting pets and it may be growing…
Since May 19, City of Austin’s 3-1-1 has received 570 calls about pothole complaints.
The National Insurance Program says nearly 8,000 claims have been filed so far from the Memorial Day weekend floods.
A man had to be rescued after he drove into a low water crossing in Cedar Park, where flood gauges showed the water running more than three …
Heavy rains Tuesday brought flash flooding to several parts of Austin
In some locations, 6 inches fell in less than three hours.
Gov. Greg Abbott gets an update on Tropical Depression Bill as it continues to make its way across Texas.
The City of Marble Falls obtains its raw water supply from Lake Marble Falls, which is currently full.