The driver Briana Tenorio,18, and passenger Jonathan Gonzalez, 20, were arrested for felony drug possession and taken to the Dan R. Beck Justice Center.
LCRA says the CDPP grants helped fund 27 projects that range from buying new equipment for first responders to improving museums and libraries to helping community centers build handicapped-accessible restrooms.
A loss prevention agent at Tractor Supply told La Grange Police that the pair had passed counterfeit bills at several other Central Texas locations.
Through speaking with the driver and other passengers in the vehicle, police obtained information that one of the passengers was carrying Methamphetamines in her purse.
12th ranked La Grange takes on 24th ranked Liberty Hill.
Deputies approached the vehicle and noticed multiple passengers attempt to hide items under their seats.
The National Weather Service is predicting numerous severe storms for most of Central Texas, including the Austin area.
Multiple arrests for narcotics have been made in Fayette County, in what Sheriff Korenek says the Fayette County Narcotics Unit "had themselves a day."
Stevens appeared to be extremely nervous during the traffic stop so the responding deputy asked for permission to search the vehicle.
The community continues to recover after major flooding in the area. FOX 7's Noelle Newton has more.
FOX 7's Jacqueline Sarkissian spoke to Diane Gimble who talked about her experience.
Harvey dumped more than 25 inches of rain on the town of La Grange causing flooding to about 500 homes and dozens of businesses. People there spent the day cleaning up damage and debris around their properties. FOX 7's Jennifer Kendall has the story.
FOX 7's Tania Ortega has an update on storm damage.
City officials in Fayette County are preparing for the worse, evacuating many of the people and animals in La Grange who live closest to the Colorado River.
FOX 7's Esmi Careaga has more from residents and businesses owners in the area who were evacuated.
The Fayette County judge has issued a mandatory evacuation for some who live along the Colorado River near La Grange. The evacuees are being directed to a shelter as the river is predicted to crest at record levels . FOX 7's Rudy Koski has more.