A Burnet resident woke up $1 million richer after claiming a top prize winning ticket in a Texas Lottery scratch ticket game.
Check your lottery tickets! Someone who bought a ticket in Burnet just won $4 million, according to Texas Lottery officials.
The Texas Star is highly selective about where it grows, mainly attaching to decaying cedar elm stumps in the central and northern parts of Texas, the Texas Parks and Wildlife said.
Back to school is just around the corner, and Del Valle is the first district in the area to kick off classes, on Tuesday, August 9.
A final decision on the right of way out may not happen until things are talked out in a courtroom. If a compromise cannot be worked out, eminent domain filings may not happen until next year.
When taking a trip to see the bluebonnets, there are two big rules you should remember.
Local school districts, colleges and universities are closing Thursday, Feb. 3 due to winter weather coming to Texas. You can see if your student's school district in this article.
Patrol Officer pay will now range between $58,700 to $71,000 annually, and Firefighter/Paramedic pay will range between $68,000 and $82,000 annually.
A Winter Storm Advisory was issued for most of Central Texas, but not many areas saw heavy sleet or ice.
The pipe broke early Sunday morning and was repaired just before dinner time Monday, according to Darrin Barker president of Corix Utilities.
Burnet CISD says that the calendar revisions were made in order to address campus closures earlier this month due to a large number of staff absences.
Custodial staff will be deep cleaning each campus while they are all closed on September 7th and 8th, according to Burnet CISD.
The City of Burnet says Brian Lee of the Boise Police Department will be the city's next Chief of Police.
This article will continue to be updated as more schools making decisions based upon the weather.
FOX 7 Austin viewers from all across the area shared pictures of the snow that fell over the weekend.
Burnet police arrested a man for the death of a Burnet County woman in January who had been reported missing by her son.
Somehow in a week’s time, Gray C. ended up 228 miles away from where she was dropped off, back at her home in Burnet.
In an email sent to parents, Burnet CISD Superintendent Keith McBurnett stated that Principal LeJeune 'was present at Burnet Middle School on Friday.'
As water pooled up on the roadways, wrecks also started to pile up.
The former Cedar Park Police Chief had been set to be sworn in today.