A water leak flooded the entire office.
Officials are unable to contain the spill because of the water flow, but have increased monitoring of the water supply systems.
Officers found 48-year-old Gary Mayes, of Llano, injured in the street. He was taken to Seton Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
County leaders say they will not shut down the county jail or move the Sheriff’s Office dispatch in 2018 despite budget crunch.
Heavy rains of up to 7 inches have resulted in a rise on the Llano River, Sandy Creek and other tributaries of the Highland Lakes.
Bluebonnet Electric reports about 2,500 customers are without powers near Webberville along Farm to Market 969 in east Travis County and Bas…
Crews were called just before 3 p.m. Wednesday, as a number of houses and barns were initially threatened.
The Department of Public Safety says the crash between a Dodge Ram pickup and a BMW sedan happened just before 8 a.m.
A spokesperson for the Texas Parks and Wildlife says Juan Antonio Volanos was on a float tube when he fell out.
Blair’s Western Wear owner Todd Blair says he found a poisonous liquid poured around the tree in front of his store.
Soaring heat is also leading to a soaring production of wine, and a little early this year.
In Blanco County, the man whose barbecue pit started a 206 acre wildfire will not be held responsible.
For the 4th time this year, people have lost cell phone, internet and landline service, unable to reach the Burnet and Lampasas deputies.
Crews will return Wednesday to finish putting out any remaining hot spots.
It’s at least the fourth time the county has faced a 911 outage since March.
A trooper says the driver failed to stop when he tried to pull them over.
“I’m interested in our mother sees the eyes of her mother 40-something years in the future,” said one grandson.
While the driver, identified as Thomas Pfeifer Jr., 33, of Cottonwood Shores, left the scene, police say he later turned himself in.
All lanes of US 281 just north of Round Mountain were closed for hours and reopened around 6 p.m. Monday.
Federal officials say the pilot led them on a “chase” throughout Central Texas’ airports on March 20.