Lake Travis Fire Rescue wants to remind Texans that although fireworks are fun, they can be dangerous. People are injured and property is damaged every year due fireworks.
City Ordinance 98-19, which has been in effect since 1998, states it is illegal to possess, use, or sell fireworks inside Taylor city limits.
With the increased fire danger throughout many areas of the Southwest, cities are looking to alternatives for their Fourth of July shows.
Due to the drought conditions and current burn ban in effect in Williamson County, aerial fireworks will not be sold.
The program will start on Saturday, June 25 and run until Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 5.
Target is offering a 10% discount to veterans and active-duty service members for Independence Day.
Lara Saget, one of Bob Saget’s three daughters, said her late father "wasn’t just my dad, he was my best friend. He wore his heart. He didn’t hide it."
This is the first year Juneteenth is being widely recognized as a federal holiday, which means many offices and businesses will be closed.
Airlines are scrambling to hire pilots and other workers to replace employees whom they encouraged to quit after the pandemic hit.
“The holiday is important to reflect on freedom and reflect on who we are as a nation and who we want to be as a nation,” a museum curator explains.
Juneteenth Central Texas is holding a celebration for the newly federally recognized holiday. The goal of the East Austin event is to bring people together.
A fireworks show and patriotic children's costume contest is being put on by the City of San Marcos on July 4.
For Father’s Day 2022, let us honor the bonds we share with our beloved dads and other patriarchal figures through their powerful advice, sayings, tips and one-liners.
The celebration kicks off at 8 a.m. July 2 with the Run, White & Blue 5K through the streets of Bastrop, with the festival following at noon in Fisherman's Park.
On Friday, June 17, all ACC campus sites will be closed in observance of Juneteenth, the first year the college will be formally observing the holiday by closing.
Father's Day is June 19 and can show your appreciation to that special person in your life and help support local businesses.
Even though Sunday was one of the hottest days of the week, that did not stop hundreds of cyclists from embarking on the Black History Bike Ride.
Festival organizers say there will still be fireworks on July 4, and they are hoping for a wetter spring in 2023.
Texas Parks & Wildlife says the decrease is due to increased boating safety awareness and patrols by game wardens and other marine safety officers.
National Donut Day is Friday, June 3 — and stores are handing out free or discounted donuts right and left.