A man has been arrested for allegedly drunk boating after he struck a Texas Parks & Wildlife patrol boat on Lake Travis. Two game wardens and an intern were on the boat at the time and suffered minor injuries.
The Travis County Sheriff's Office has identified the swimmer whose body was recovered after he went missing on September 14.
Lake Travis is filled with trash from the Fourth of July weekend.
More than a thousand volunteers participated in the 25th annual Lake Travis Cleanup Sunday morning. Some volunteers collected litter on land, while others dove for trash.
The body of a missing swimmer has been recovered following a search at Pace Bend Park Saturday afternoon.
More than a 1000 people have signed up for the event that takes place Sunday morning.
Visitors to Lake Travis for the holidays should make sure to keep an eye out for zebra mussels.
The Travis County Sheriff's Office has identified the body of a swimmer found in Lake Travis Monday.
UPDATE: According to the Travis County Sheriff's Office, a body has been recovered in the vicinity of the reported missing swimmer. The identity will be released upon the medical examiner's confirmation and notification of next of kin.
Divers with Lake Travis Scuba help clean up some of the cans and cups left behind in Lake Travis each week, but they said it's a never ending process because of all of the people who drop their trash in the water. “Just because you don't see it, doesn't mean we don't see it,” said Robert Weiss, owner and operator of Lake Travis Scuba.
With afternoon showers on the way, Fox-7 Austin hopped in a boat Labor Day morning with Travis County Emergency Services District #1.
“This lake is a flooded canyon with steep drop offs, low visibility and it’s very dangerous. The only thing you’ve got working in your favor when you go into distress is a life jacket,” said Kristen Dark with the Travis County Sheriff’s Office.
Travis County Sheriff's Office are still looking for a missing swimmer in Lake Travis Sunday.
The Early Signing Day ceremonies continued at Lake Travis High School just days before their 6A Division I state title matchup with Allen.
Placekicker Cameron Dicker signed with Texas while teammate quarterback Matthew Baldwin signed with Ohio State.
It has been a rainy fall and winter but you couldn't tell by looking at our lakes. FOX 7 Meteorologist Zack Shields is here with this week's Weather Facts to talk lake levels, LCRA and rain.