NOAA has released its 2021-2022 winter weather outlook with the return of La Niña. Here’s what to expect based on where you live.
Oil and gas industry groups provided a list of names to the Railroad Commission for appointment to a council formed in response to the February power crisis. All four of the industry's top choices were selected.
Elsa celebrated her first birthday with extra treats and enrichment activities, including a piñata filled with a variety of scents and foods to stimulate her.
Tim Jordan with Abacus Plumbing, Air Conditioning & Electrical joins John Krinjak to talk about what people can do to better prepare for cooler weather.
Travis County Judge Andy Brown joins Mike Warren to discuss new system-wide changes for families living in affordable housing run by Travis County.
While repairs were underway at her Round Rock home, 82-year-old Marquita Wanslow checked into a hotel, where she has been since March.
Colinda Meza of Austin is suing for more than $1 million in damages due to the “wrongful death” of her mother, Connie Mae Richey.
Aside from winter storm damage, residents FOX 7 spoke to Saturday said any repairs at all have been hard to come by.
UT Austin experts have released a report on how Winter Storm Uri affected the state's electric grid and the reason for blackouts.
Greg Abbott is asking for the changes following February's deadly winter storm and it comes after he declared Texas lawmakers had passed adequate laws to fix the state's power grid.
Rosemont at Oak Valley residents gathered outside the leasing office demanding answers after being given a notice that their leases will be terminated on July 31.
Treasure of the Hills Senior Center is still undergoing repairs five months after the winter storm in February caused damage to the facility.
Bald Eagles are certainly majestic creatures, and one of them has found a new home in Houston after surviving a serious injury during Texas' Winter Storm.
Consumers and businesses are both being asked to reduce electric use through Friday, June 18.
Gov. Greg Abbott signed Senate Bills 2 and 3 into law Tuesday, which address deficiencies in the Texas power grid following the February winter storms.
The big issues for why repairs are taking so long for an event that happened months ago is due to a lack of supplies as well as contractors being booked across the state.
Dr. Pablo Pinto with the University of Houston joins Mike Warren to discuss measures passed to address Texas's Big Freeze.
Victims of winter storms that began Feb. 11 now have until June 15, 2021, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments.
Many people lost power or water during the February winter storm, but a Hutto woman lost her husband who had been volunteering to help with repairs.
Many residents say they are in unlivable situations following the ice storms but one resident said her apartment is livable and management is forcing her out.