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Three Leander ISD school campuses that suffered serious damage during last week's historic snowstorm - Mason and Steiner Ranch elementary schools and Running Brushy Middle School - won't resume … more
The Cedar Park and Leander city councils will the impact of last week's historic snowstorm, how their respective cities responded to it and what actions they should take going forward.The Cedar Park … more
The Leander Police Department is investigating a stabbing that occurred Wednesday inside the Leaner H-E-B.Police officers responded to a call around 4 p.m. about a male attacking another male with a … more
The City of Leander successfully restored water services to 73 percent of its customers Monday and canceled its almost week-long boil water notice caused by complications from the historic snowstorm … more
No one asked them to do it. They just did it.Last week, as fresh drinking water became a scarce commodity in Williamson County, craft beer brewers emptied their tanks of fresh water into buckets and … more
Crackling, popping sounds echoed through Cedar Park and Leander Friday. Every tree, bush, roof and light post sprayed shards of melting snow and ice as the region thawed from last week’s massive … more
Leander ISD has canceled all classes for Monday and Tuesday after determining over the weekend that 17 schools were damaged by last week's historic snowstorm, including five schools suffering … more
If you thought the 2021 Cedar Park and Leander municipal elections were going to be sleepy due to the delayed 2020 municipal elections occurring just four months ago, the flurry of last-minute … more
Things are slowly getting better in our part of Central Texas. more
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning  for our neighbors to the south including the Hill Country and the San Antonio metro area. Snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches, … more
(Hill Country News will be updating this story throughout the day as more misinformation posts are discovered, as well as adding additional informational resources from the involved cities.) False … more
Several emergency warming centers are now open in Williamson County for individuals who have been without heat for an extended period of time due to power outages. more
Local residents support each other during freeze; Local mayors urge calm more
Opponents to plan offer few solutions for area homeless people; historic freeze heightens seriousness of issue more
According to the most recent National Weather Service forecast, we're not out of the woods yet. more
The electric power situation across Texas is bad and doesn't appear to be getting better soon. Brief, controlled outages — intended to preserve the integrity of the power grid — have been extended and, in some cases, may not relent until Tuesday. more
Power outages continue to plague Central Texas in the aftermath of one of the worse winter storms in decades. A powerful Arctic storm dropped about a half-a-foot of snow on the region over night … more
Central Texans woke this morning to a half-foot of snow (more in sone areas), temps around 5-degrees and widespread power outtages that seemed to stretch on and on. more
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (Mobility Authority), in coordination with TxDOT and local police jurisdictions, will close all Mobility Authority toll facilities beginning Sunday. more
Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell issued a proclamation declaring a state of disaster for Williamson County on February 14, 2021, due to severe winter weather conditions. more
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