The parade starts at 8:30 a.m. Residents are advised to arrive early to find the best seat. Those who can't make it in person can watch a live stream of the parade on FOX 7 Austin.
According to Texas A&M Forest Service, the fire has spread to 250 acres and is currently 5% contained.
Looking for a 4th of July celebration to attend, or a place to watch a fireworks display? FOX 7 Austin has a list of free events happening around the Austin area.
TCSO says that evidence so far reveals inconsistencies within the case and that pending further investigation and the final autopsy report, his death is being investigated as suspicious.
Officials are restricting watering with an irrigation system or hose-end sprinkler effective June 28 due to sustained high water use nearing system treatment capacity.
The drive will be held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 14 inside the United Heritage Center and donations will be by appointment only.
The Commissioners Court recently approved a 5% increase in pay for all law enforcement officers and an additional 1-5% increase for all tenured staff.
The workers were more than 20 feet deep in a two-foot wide space.
Round Rock police is asking drivers to find an alternate route following a four-vehicle crash on northbound I-35.
According to the City of Jarrell, recovery efforts are underway at a construction site where the two men were trapped in a trench collapse. The workers were more than 20 feet deep in a two-foot wide space.
Officials say if not used properly, fireworks can be dangerous and cause serious burns and eye injuries. Pets can also become frightened at the loud sound of fireworks.
On July 2, Austin Pets Alive, the Austin Animal Center, Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter, and Georgetown Animal Shelter will host an adoption event.
City Ordinance 98-19, which has been in effect since 1998, states it is illegal to possess, use, or sell fireworks inside Taylor city limits.
Have you seen her? Georgetown police are searching for missing 15-year-old Samarh "Sam" Power.
Due to the drought conditions and current burn ban in effect in Williamson County, aerial fireworks will not be sold.
Those looking to adopt a cat or kitten can go to the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter from 6-8 p.m. on June 24.
The Taylor Tax Office will be closed June 24 through July 4 so Taylor staff can assist in staffing the three other Williamson County Tax Office facilities.
The burn ban prohibits the burning of household yard waste, such as leaves, grass, brush and other yard trimmings. It also prohibits burning to clear land of trees, stumps, shrubbery, or other natural vegetation.
The shelter has been closed since June 19 due to staffing shortages and it had anticipated reopening on June 21 but says it now expects to reopen on June 23.
Sculptures will be installed in October and will be on display until October 2023. All sculptors with works selected to be in the tour will be awarded a cash prize.