TCSO says that on April 24, a dive team recovered the body of 31-year-old Jermont Powers from the Devil's Cove area of Lake Travis.
According to the Travis County Sheriff's Office, the swimmer was reported missing on April 17.
Patrons of Lake Travis should expect the possibility of limited boat access to Devil’s Cove over the weekend due to ongoing search efforts, says TCSO.
Several of the Highland Lakes have already tested positive for toxic blue-green algae this year, says LCRA.
Most of the algae present at Lake Travis is harmless, but the LCRA said this year tests showed toxic blue-green algae mixed in.
Cyanotoxins can be harmful to dogs and other animals, so LCRA is urging pet owners to not let dogs play in or eat algae in any of the Highland Lakes.
LCRA officials are urging residents not to let their dogs swim in the Hudson Bend area of Lake Travis.
A handful of firefighters from Lake Travis Fire Rescue got their first round of the Moderna vaccine, courtesy of VIK Complete Care of Lakeway.
FOX 7 Austin viewers from all across the area shared pictures of the snow that fell over the weekend.
Divers have recovered a body in the area of Lake Travis where a swimmer went missing earlier this month.
The annual cleanup is a hybrid event this year, offering virtual, at-home, and in-person cleanup and education opportunities for participants from October 18-24.
44-year-old LaTodrian "Todd" Dillon of Bogalusa, La. was reportedly seen struggling in the Sandy Creek Center Line area of Lake Travis on Oct. 3, before he went under and did not resurface.
According to ATCEMS, a swimmer on Lake Travis went under and failed to resurface.
Five boats went down during the Trump Boat Parade on Lake Travis.
TSCO officials said that they have responded to multiple calls involving boats in distress during a Trump parade.
The body of a swimmer who went missing on Lake Travis last Friday has been recovered and identified.
Delta and American are following the example set by United Airlines and saying they will drop an unpopular $200 fee on customers who change a ticket for travel within the United States.
The owner of Premier Party Cruises, Brian Hill, says the pandemic has cost his business 90% of its bookings.
Three other people sustained serious injuries and another person had minor injuries.
In a typical year, rental boat companies make the majority of their money in the summer, but this year has been anything but typical, and companies that rely on visitors to area lakes are feeling the heat.