SAN DIEGO (NBC) - The mystery is over now that the baby panda born five weeks ago at the San Diego Zoo is a boy.
The bouncing baby panda underwent his third examination Thursday, and the staff was able to determine his gender for the first time.
Veterinarians carefully measured the baby's belly, which indicates he is eating well. He weighs 3.2 pounds, a full pound more than he weighed last week.
Though we now know his gender, zoo officials won't name the cub until he is 100 days old -- which follows ancient Chinese tradition.
The zoo plans on reaching out to the public for help in naming the baby.
There is believed to be only about 1,600 giant pandas in the wild.
The expected winter weather has delayed initial construction work on MoPac until the rain and cold temperatures pass through.
Family and friends held a vigil Wednesday at the State Capitol in hopes that a Bastrop man can win a new trial.
An unusually cold blast of arctic air arriving early this morning will be followed by an increasing chance of freezing drizzle/rain and sleet by Friday morning.
The HealthCare.gov website is working more smoothly for central Texans.
City leaders in West Lake Hills discussed the ongoing concern with the city's water system Wednesday night. The problems arise when water is needed most; fighting fires.
Federal, state and local authorities on Wednesday arrested 15 people and seized 70 firearms in raid on a methamphetamine operation based in Burnet County.