Even though summertime temperatures should not be as hot as 2011, power demand is expected to reach a new record high this summer.
Firefighter by day, Austin resident Randy Denzer drives thousands of miles each spring chasing severe weather.
Last week, atmospheric carbon dioxide reached the highest concentration measured in more than 3 million years, fueling climate change concerns.
Green building is a growing trend in sustainability, and the City of Austin is on the cutting-edge.
The Lower Colorado River Authority is moving ahead with plans to build a downstream reservoir in southeast Texas. And even though the reservoir will be nearly
This morning, Texas Parks and Wildlife officials along with researchers from Texas State University released thousands of Houston Toad tadpoles in Bastrop
The City of Austin recently agreed to help Bowie High School excavate a cave underneath the school with the goal of turning it into a learning environment.
A dangerous situation is being made even more complicated as a dynamic weather system impacts West, Texas.
As the calendar ticks towards summer, ozone pollution becomes more of a problem. Levels of the pollutant in Austin are teetering on the edge of federal
As temperatures rise and residents head outdoors to popular trails, poison ivy cases are on the rise.
In light of the worsening drought, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approved the Lower Colorado River Authority's emergency relief request.
A recent project funded by the U.S. Forest Service set out to find which cities across the country have the best urban forests. And unsurprisingly, Austin made
A portion of the northern Hill Country including Lampasas county is under a severe thunderstorm watch until 5 PM.
The wet start to early January provided a slightly brighter outlook for the dwindling water supply in the Highland lakes. But dry, thirsty ground brought on by