San Antonio-based insurer USAA responded Wednesday to the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Michael with a major deployment of people and resources.
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A critical flood information website is back online after issues at a Microsoft data center left the site down while heavy rains hit San Antonio.
Use between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. Wednesday peaked at 65,731 megawatts, above the previous record of 62,855 megawatts set on Jan. 3
As temperatures drop, the number of fires tends to rise due to increased space heater and fireplace usage, SAFD Chief Charles Hood said.
The weather forecast for the Celebrate 300 New Year's Eve party calls for cold and windy conditions with a chance of patchy drizzle. But Tricentennial officials emphasized Friday that the Hemisfair event will go on regardless of the weather.
With snow falling across San Antonio on Thursday evening, it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas in South Texas.
Just how worried is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers about a possible failure of the Addicks and Barker dams? And how worried should Houston be?
Texas' five largest cities still have work to do when it comes to deploying citywide stormwater management, said a report released by Environment Texas.
Since Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast and Houston, the world has been in awe of the humanitarian response by average citizens of Texas.