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As of Sunday, the Attorney General’s Office reports fielding 350 price gouging complaints from people in the areas hit by Hurricane Harvey. According to KXAN , the numbers of complaints will continue to grow each day. “There’s nothing wrong with a free market, but this isn’t a...
School districts in Central Texas are modifying their schedules as flooding continues in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. These schools in the area are closed or delayed for Tuesday, Aug. 29th: All schools in Fayette County closed through Wednesday Bastrop ISD – 2 Hour Delay La...
Photo: Shutterstock Wondering how you can help during this crazy, hectic week? Our friends over at Austin Pets Alive! have been taking in a lot of animals from Houston and the cities that were hit by Hurricane Harvey. Their staff, volunteers, and many Austinites have stepped up...
(Photo:Shutterstock/NASA images) 7pm Catastrophic and life-threatening flooding continues in southeastern Texas, and flash flood emergencies are in effect for portions of this area. Please see warnings and other products issued by your local National Weather Service office for...
1:45AM : The National Weather Service has updated their Flash Flood warning to Travis County, Hays, and Bastrop counties including the city of Austin, Buda, and Wimberley until 5 AM. Rain bands from Harvey are moving into this area and will lead to heavier rain rates which will...
Verizon Wireless has announced that effective August 26th through September 8th, they will be offering 3GB of bonus data to qualified Texas counties affected by Tropical Storm Harvey. For postpaid Verizon customers, the wireless company has said customers may still receive data...
According to News4SA.com , the Electric Reliability Council of Texas reported 211,000 outages in the few hours after Harvey made landfall Friday night as a Category 4 hurricane with that figure rising to 293,000 on Saturday, when the hurricane was downgraded to Category 1...
This morning, President Trump tweeted that he is closely monitoring storm damage and flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey from Camp David and that he's "leaving nothing to chance." Yesterday, we learned that the president signed a Disaster Proclamation for Texas at the request of...
Several schools and colleges have announced cancellations and changes due to the weather. SCHOOLS: University of Texas – The university will no longer use UFCU Disch- Falk field as the centralized check in location for Saturday’s Mooov-In. Instead, the university posted a list...