PHOTOS: The goats are back on the Butler Hike and Bike Trail, munching along and cleaning up poison ivy and other invasive plant species.
A woman called 9-1-1 Sunday night and said she couldn't find her boyfriend, but when emergency crews responded, they couldn't find her, says Austin police.
In an effort to keep the program going, the nonprofit has given residents the opportunity to adopt a goat for $20 per month or $240 for the year.
The city said they plan to use about a million dollars to provide long-term safety improvements to the Rainey Street District, including a new camera at the trailhead, more lighting, and sidewalks along East Avenue.
Austin Watershed will be applying a second round of clay material designed to reduce the key food source of harmful algae in Lady Bird Lake.
Experts are noticing an outbreak of toxic cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, in Central Texas as summer temperatures heat up.
Austin police say a man's body was found in Lady Bird Lake on June 27 and that it's too early to say if foul play was involved.
The bat was found on a stepping stone on May 30 at Michael Butler Shores and impounded.
The Travis County Medical Examiner's Office has officially ruled on the cause and manner of death for 30-year-old Jason John, who was found dead in Lady Bird Lake.
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month and a few local brands are joining forces to honor mental health with an evening of movement and mindfulness in nature.
As weather heats up, so does the risk of toxic algae, and the City of Austin says it's back at Lady Bird Lake and Lake Austin.
Austin police are investigating after finding a submerged vehicle while responding to a call about a shooting on Lady Bird Lake.
The family of Chris Clark is asking for answers after he was found in Lady Bird Lake on April 15. Clark is the fourth person to be found in the lake in the past two months.
While not on the Public Safety Committee meeting agenda, residents voiced concerns for safety in the Rainey Street District during public comment, including loved ones and friends of Jason John.
In the last two months, four bodies were found in Lady Bird Lake near Rainey Street. Amid serial killer rumors, Austin police say no foul play is suspected in these deaths.
Austin police are investigating after another body was found in Lady Bird Lake on April 15. This is the fourth body found in Lady Bird Lake in the past two months.
The Austin Police Department (APD) has identified the body found in Lady Bird Lake near Longhorn Dam on April 15.
Since 2015, 22-year-old Julio Santos III, and at least four other people, have either disappeared or been found dead in the lake near Rainey Street. This includes two recently in less than two months.
The City Council passed another resolution to make the entertainment district safer. The resolution tasks the interim city manager to look into installing HALO cameras around the area and working with bars to prevent over-serving.
Council member Zo Qadri will present his resolution to make Rainey Street safer at this Thursday's meeting. This comes after the recent deaths of Jason John and Jon Honey, whose bodies were discovered in Lady Bird Lake near the bar district.