Just six years from now, Georgetown may not have enough water for everyone

Georgetown, the fastest growing city in the U.S. and home to more than 86,000 people, must find a new water source by 2030 in order to avoid supply shortages, according to a city report. It’s something Jonathan Moore thinks about a lot. Read more from Kailey...

Another hot and dry summer? The Climate Prediction Center says so

While many of us have enjoyed this winter of wetter, cooler weather, especially when it comes to improving drought conditions, do not expect this summer to be similar. This is a result of a shift to La Niña conditions forecast for the upcoming spring from our El Niño...

Wimberley water agencies prepare to act against Aqua Texas for alleged violations

At a joint meeting Friday, conservation agencies shared their plan to act against water utility company Aqua Texas for allegedly failing to comply with local conservation guidelines. Read more from Mercedez Hernandez with KXAN here.

In the Hays County city of Kyle, swift growth stirs up a fight over wastewater

Environmental advocates are pushing back against the city of Kyle’s plan to expand its wastewater treatment plant — a step city leaders say is necessary to keep up with rapid population growth. Kyle  — which is in northern Hays County, between San Marcos and Austin...

‘We need more’: Despite recent rains, San Antonio area still locked in drought

Parts of Central Texas, including San Antonio, have seen a rainy start to 2024, with more than six inches of precipitation in January. But the Bandera area has seen far less — just two inches in the past month. And that matters across the region, because many of the...