News Austin firefighters put out an apartment fire in 2018. President George W. Bush, middle, at the funeral of his father President George H. W. Bush at Texas A&M University in College Station in 2018. Josh Benoit are rescued from their flooded neighborhood in Beaumont after Hurricane Harvey in 2017. A marina in Rockport is destroyed by Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Janice Forse cries at an emergency shelter in Beaumont after her home was flooded by Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Flooding in Beaumont after Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Thomas Luna rescues Bobby Nelson, 78, from his flooded home in Houston after Hurricane Harvey in 2017. A mobile home park in La Grange is destroyed by Hurricane Harvey in 2017. Volunteer Elizabeth Hill, 8, plays with evacuee Skyler Smith, 7, at an emergency shelter in Houston after Hurricane Harvey in 2017. First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs where 26 people died in a mass shooting in 2017. Rosanne Solis, who survived the mass shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, looks at her gunshot wound at her home in 2017. Matthew Mata and Erika Gonzalez participate in a vigil for the victims of the church shooting in Sutherland Springs in 2017. Investigators comb for evidence at the scene of a trip-wire bombing that seriously injured two men in Austin in 2018. Between March 2 and 20 serial bomber Mark Anthony Conditt, of Pflugerville, terrorized Austin with five random bombings that killed two people and injured five others. FBI agents break the windows of the home of serial bomber Mark Conditt in Pflugerville in 2018, after he blew himself up as police closed in on him. Inside they found a cache of bomb materials. After deadly package bombs terrorized Austin for 19 days, law enforcement authorities investigate the scene where serial bomber Mark Conditt blew himself up in his SUV as police officers closed in on him on Interstate 35 in Round Rock in 2018. Kyle Chapman, President of the Texas Alt-Knights, is held back by fellow Trump supporters during a confrontation with Trump protester Nevin Kamath, far left, at the Impeachment March at the Capitol in 2017. An Austin police officer places flares at a homicide scene in Austin in 2016. Abortion rights protester Joshua Pineda is arrested outside the Senate Chamber at the Capitol after the Texas Senate approved an abortion restriction bill in 2013. Austin police fire tear gas during a standoff with a man in a used car dealership in 2013. Austin firefighter Andrew Jackson gives oxygen to an 18-year-old cat named Kitty who was unconscious when he was rescued from a house fire in 2015. A woman reaches out to touch Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama at a rally in Austin in 2008. A young girl from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints peers out a window while waiting to be reunited with her parents at the Austin Children’s Shelter in 2008, the day after a judge ordered the immediate release of hundreds of FLDS children seized by Child Protective Services. Jeremy Steele, Ric Jaime and Keith McNabb help their neighbor salvage belongings from his destroyed house in Wimberley after a flash flood in 2015 The Fischer Store Road bridge over the Blanco River near Wimberley is destroyed by a flash flood in 2015. Anna Vallejo cries inside her house in Austin after a flash flood 2013. Carnage is left behind moments after a hit-and-run driver plowed through a crowd of festival goers on Red River Street during the South by Southwest Music Festival in 2014. Police say suspected drunk driver Rashad Owens, 21, sped a way from a traffic stop, crashed through a barricade, and drove high-speed through the crowd, killing four people and injuring 20. Mourners embrace at a prayer vigil for Colton Turner in Cedar Park in 2014. Hundreds gathered to remember the two-year-old boy who was found dead in a shallow grave in Austin. Mark Rodgers expresses his condolences outside the main gate of Fort Hood after a mass shooting at the Army base in Killeen in 2009. President Barack Obama speaks at a memorial ceremony for the victims of a mass shooting at Fort Hood in 2014. A firefighting helicopter is dwarfed by massive plumes of smoke during the Bastrop Complex Fire in Bastrop in 2011. Extremely dry and windy conditions quickly accelerated the massive fire which burned more than 34,000 acres and destroyed more than 1,600 homes. It was the most destructive single wildfire in Texas history. Chuck Tomlin uses a shovel to fight a fire in the back yard of a neighbor’s home in Bastrop in 2011. Despite his efforts the house burned to the ground. Nathan and Deborah Torkelson look at their destroyed home after the Bastrop Complex Fire in 2011. Flames from the Hidden Pines Fire in Smithville glow at night in 2015. Four years after wildfire devastated a swath of Bastrop County, another wildfire, this one just north of Smithville, struck the area and burned through nearly 4,600 acres. It destroyed 64 homes. Hundreds attend a candlelight vigil at Texas A&M University at 2:42 a.m. on November 18, 2009, at the exact time of the 10th anniversary of the 1999 Aggie Bonfire collapse that killed 12 people. Round Rock police officers Sean Randolph and Kevin Fruge cry at the funeral for Round Rock police officer Charles Whites in 2018. Whites, a 19-year veteran of the Round Rock Police Department, died from injuries sustained when he was struck by a car while directing traffic around an accident on Interstate 35. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, a historic African American church in La Grange, was destroyed by a tornado in 2019. Tony Park-Flowers and his 7-year-old son, Tyler Park Flowers, mourn during the burial of Tyler’s twin brother, Tevin, in Austin in 2008. Tevin died two days after he was found hanging from a hook by his clothes in a freak accident at a North Austin charter school. Jerusha Edgar, 17, sees her destroyed apartment in Seabrook after Hurricane Ike in 2008. A FedEx plane crashed into a house in Georgetown in 2005. “Help!” is spray-painted on houses in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2015. Welbert Collins, 72, cries outside his New Orleans home after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans in 2005. A house landed on a truck in Port Sulphur, Louisiana, after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. A coffin remained on Highway 23 near Port Sulphur, Louisiana, after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Edward Wilkinson, 58, surveys the damage to his gas station in Empire, Louisiana, after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.