The public boat ramp at Mansfield Dam Park on Lake Travis has reopened. Travis County Parks said lake levels have reached 633 feet above mea…
The City of Austin Fire Department has instituted a watercraft ban on Barton Creek and Lady Bird Lake effective noon on Sunday May 17 throug…
Officials will reevaluate the river and lake conditions Monday morning and decide where it is safe for recreation.
After days of rain, the water level at Lake Travis is high enough to open the public boat ramp at Pace Bend Park.
Hundreds of Austinites are encouraged to say “Goodbye” to their steering wheels and “Hello” to the handlebars on Friday for the 2015 Bike to…
The Coast Guard is conducting safety checks as part of National Safe Boating Week.
The Austin Parks and Recreation Department’s Aquatic staff is finishing the cleanup from the flood that happened last week.
Recent heavy rains have helped Texas emerge from the worst of the years-long drought.
Central Texans certainly want to see the lakes fill up during this rainy period, but there is no harm in collecting a little rain water.
After heavy rain in many parts of Central Texas Wednesday, the area was graced with a beautiful sunset to close out the day.
A very wet May is slowly adding water to our Highland Lakes, as Lake Travis is now the fullest its been since April 2013.
Rescue crews were called to Bull Creek District Park in Northwest Austin after someone reported a person in distress in the water. Austin Fi…
Like many county roads, Squirrel Run is made from soft dirt and sediment. After heavy rain on Monday, portions of the road were washed away …
They recommend creating — and practicing — a disaster plan.
Happening now at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, rescue crews are on standby, and Texas Task Force 1 is ready to go as soon as flash…
Heavy rainfall this week continues to impact commutes and outdoor plans. But now folks are seeing the impact on popular trails.
Heavy rains left five horses and a donkey stranded in a field of high water.
Dramatic before-and-after comparison photo of Lake Arrowhead in Wichita Falls shows just how low Texas lakes have been.
A wet month of May is taking shape across Central Texas, which can likely be attributed to the observed El Niño weather pattern.
Residents began picking up and putting their lives back together after a tornado leveled homes and damaged schools in East Texas.