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Stay calm, cool, and collected this summer.
Help conserve water and lower the cost of your bills with a rainwater collection system in your backyard.
We’re digging into the historic data on snow in Texas, from annual averages to largest storms.
Be prepared for freezing weather coming through Central Texas early next week.
The project, in partnership with state regulators and Pattern Energy, could provide ERCOT with up to 3,000 megawatts of power in case of emergency.
We’re talking about how Austin earned the nickname Flash Flood Alley and became the Flash Flood Capital of the US.
According to climate prediction outlooks released by NOAA this week, Austin’s fall will be temperate and rainy.
A federally funded program at UT Austin could help ATX be more prepared during future heatwaves.
By turning off non-essential lights from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. you can help local birds travel safely.
The City of Austin announced it would waive admission to city pools until Saturday, Sept. 30 due to ongoing excessive heat.
This hot and dry summer won’t last forever, but it will last for a few more months before the cold weather rolls around in early 2024.
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Nine families in Window Rock, Arizona have working electricity in their homes for the first time thanks to Austin crews.
Got kitty fever? Here’s where you can find feline friends in Austin’s business scene.
Support Central Texas’ pollinators by planting native species, attending Pollinator Week events, and supporting local beekeepers.
One of the largest esports events in the world will be held at the Moody Center and bring ~$40 million in economic impact to the city.