Scotland Park Elementary will be open Friday.
One couple that has lived through flooding before is once again seeking shelter away from their home.
Power will be turned off to Wrangler's Retreat and Horseshoe Bend Estates at 7 p.m. this evening.
Because of all the families being told to evacuate their homes and the potential for flood damage, The United Way is teaming up with Red Cross and Salvation Army to try and bring relief to those affected.
Residents in Wichita Falls RV Park are not using any sandbags. Instead, they have been evacuating since Thursday morning, relocating RV's and their belongings.
If you are one of the homeowners displaced by flood water, the Red Cross now has multiple shelters open for you to go to.
Just two days after the city of Wichita Falls lowered the drought restriction from Stage 5 to Stage 3, lakes are at the highest levels we've seen in years.
The search is over for a Fort Sill staff sergeant's body in Medicine Creek.
Mandatory evacuations have already been ordered and power shut off to some areas to avoid possible fires if the flood waters come.
The North Texas Area United Way’s 2-1-1 service is now carrying flood information 24 hours a day.
The Sherriff's Department provided free sandbags all over Wichita Falls today to help bring peace of mind to homeowners.
Watch the full press briefing concerning the flooding situation in Texoma.
The Green Door Senior Citizens Center in the Martin Luther King Center will be closed Friday, May 22.
Military records show one of the nine bikers killed outside a Texas restaurant was a Purple Heart recipient who served in Vietnam.
Wichita Falls hotels are packed with people having to evacuate their homes due to potential flooding.
The Wichita Falls Gun Show at the MPEC has been postponed for a week due to flooding.
A Texas man who bid $350,000 to hunt a black rhinoceros in Africa in what was billed as a conservation fundraiser has killed one of the endangered animals, a Dallas Safari Club official said Thursday.
If you rely on the Kamay Volunteer Fire Department, or if a big plate of battered fish just sounds delicious, the department's annual fish fry is coming up this weekend.
U.S. Postal Service employees in facilities in the Wichita Falls areas affected by flash flooding and mandatory evacuations say they are working to process and deliver mail to customers.
ONCOR to shut off power to a designated section of the lower Tanglewood Neighborhood at approximately 2:00 pm Thursday.
Interactive map with the latest river levels projected crests.
Several areas around Wichita Falls are being evacuated due to a threat of flooding.
The Wichita River's current level is 17.1 feet.
The state House has preliminarily approved a bill letting clergy members refuse to perform same-sex marriages, further shielding Texas from a possible U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing gay couples to wed.
A family friend wanted to help an Archer County family after their daughter was in a terrible accident.
Residents say they are being told to evacuate their homes in parts of Wichita Falls Wednesday following heavy rain overnight, on top of rains that fell in the last 10 days.
Representatives from the City of Wichita Falls are advising residents in the flood prone areas of the Tanglewood Neighborhood and the East Side of the City to prepare to evacuate due to flooding which is expected to begin early Thursday night.
The Wichita Falls Police Department's Financial Crimes Unit is investigating another round of counterfeit bills being circulated in the Wichita Falls area.
Ryan Murray made his debut six and half weeks sooner than his parents Pat and Kelly had planned.
Several roads were closed in Burkburnett today.
A command post was set up first thing this morning at F.M. 369 and Old Iowa Park Road.
Flood waters have been roaring into houses off Huntington around FM 367 since early this morning.
Heavy rainfall in Wichita County has caused officials to issue a Declaration of Disaster.
As the city prepares for possible extensive flooding, all eyes are on the Wichita River, which last flooded in 2007 and 2008.
For community colleges in Texas, any economic news seems to be bad news.
The Wichita County Commissioners would like to make citizens aware of the following county road closures as of 10:30 a.m.
The City of Wichita Falls has opened the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) for preparation and response to potential flooding in the city limits.
Home owners aren't the only ones facing problems from the rain, now motorists driving on Highway 287 just west of Henrietta had to deal with high water over the road this morning .
Sheriff's deputies have been working through the morning and now into the afternoon pulling cars out of high water.
While covering the devastation in Bridgeport, NBC 5 reporter Jeff Smith found an orphaned dog resting atop a pile of rubble.
There were multiple reports of tornadoes across Texoma on Tuesday, May 19, 2015.
From skunks to coyotes, to a farmer's worst nightmare- wild hogs, animal experts in the city say they've seen them all too often over the past few years.
Tornadoes roared across North Texas Tuesday night, creating widespread damage but leaving no immediate reports of injuries.
To the satisfaction of gun rights groups, open carry is one step closer to becoming a law in Texas. House Bill 910 would allow licensed handgun owners to carry their weapons in plain sight rather than having to conceal them. It's something the Austin Police Department has taken a stance against.
Severe storms with high winds and heavy rain moved through Stephens County.
Convicted Stephens County killer, Miles Bench is now in his new cell awaiting execution on Oklahoma's death row in McAlester.
Funeral services for the 15-year-old boy from Walters are set. He died in a tragic boating accident last Friday in West Cache Creek.
They may not be quite ready for the catching yet but more than one-hundred and sixteen-thousand large mouth bass now call Lake Arrowhead home.
Here is a list of the recent drought timeline for the city of Wichita Falls
On Tuesday, the city of Wichita Falls officially moved into Stage 3 Drought Emergency after city councilors voted.
A grand jury in Baltimore has indicted six officers in the death of Freddie Gray, the city's top prosecutor said Thursday.
A batch of Hillary Clinton's personal emails made public on Thursday morning offers a glimpse into her team's initial exchange of information in the wake of the Benghazi attacks.
The man suspected in the brutal murders of a family and their housekeeper in an exclusive Washington, D.C., neighborhood last week may be in Brooklyn, authorities said Thursday.
Omaha Officer Kerrie Orozco had put off starting maternity leave until her premature baby girl could come home from the hospital.
The president of the Boy Scouts of America on Thursday urged the organization to drop its ban on gay adults, saying the outdated policy would eventually crumble under the weight of social, political and legal forces.
An 11-year-old California boy donned a cap and gown on Wednesday — to receive a college degree.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul has begun a filibuster-like speech on the Senate floor to protest the renewal of the Patriot Act.
Egg prices are climbing as the deaths of millions of hens from bird flu begins to tighten the nation's egg supply.
In his Pakistani redoubt where he hid for years from American intelligence services, Osama bin Laden worked as a CEO-in-exile for al Qaeda, sending letters to his operatives.
The Drug Enforcement Administration and other authorities are raiding pharmacies, pain clinics and other facilities in four states as part of an aggressive crackdown on prescription pain drug abuse, federal law enforcement sources told NBC News.
Crews are rushing to contain an oil spill that has befouled four miles of scenic California coastline just before the Memorial Day holiday.
Amputee Niki Rellon isn't letting the loss of a leg stop her from hiking the Appalachian Trail.
President Obama signs into law the National Blue Alert Act of 2015, named in honor of New York Police Department Detectives Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, who were fatally shot in their patrol car in Brooklyn, N.Y., on December 20th, 2014.
Air bag maker Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million of its inflator mechanisms defective, effectively doubling the number of cars and trucks that have been recalled in the U.S. so far.
Fans who attended the NCAA Softball Regionals at Louisiana Lafayette on Sunday took it upon themselves to show some patriotism.
If you're planning to grill out this Memorial Day weekend, there's a hotline if you need help.
Walmart is taking on Amazon with its own unlimited shipping service.
Iraq's prime minister took to Facebook last month and announced a bold goal to the world. His military had just won a big victory in Tikrit, American airstrikes were helping, and ISIS appeared to be in retreat.
Video posted on YouTube shows a North Carolina man’s close encounter with one of the powerful tornadoes that hit Illinois near Rockford.
For some students finals have arrived, and now a new study finds they may actually perform better on tests, if they don't carry a cell phone to class.
Summer vacations are just around the corner and if you haven't planned yours yet it's not too late!
There's a brand new synthetic marijuana hitting the streets and it is completely different than anything the experts have seen in the past.
A 125 pound Great Dane sings along with her owner for America's fallen heroes, both human and canine.
A 102-year-old who was denied a Ph.D. by the Nazi regime in the 1930s is to finally receive the honor following the successful defense of her thesis.
Disturbing surveillance video shows the moment a bus dragged a small child down the road.
The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline in the United States rose 22 cents over the past three weeks to $2.82, according to a Lundberg survey released on Sunday.
Part of the movie "Fifty Shades of Grey" was shown in a West Virginia high school classroom after students convinced their teacher to let them watch it as a reward for good work.
Fewer students say they are being bullied at school. But those who are bullied are more likely to be girls than boys, more likely to be white than minority students — and more likely to be harassed on social media than in the hallways.
Ben Moser and Mary Lapkowicz were fourth-grade classmates when he promised her he'd take her to prom. And on May 8, seven years later, he did just that.
The deadly train derailment in Philadelphia is putting a new focus on train travel. Just how safe is train travel and how does it compare to other modes of transportation?
Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board were meeting on Friday with Brandon Bostian, the engineer of the Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia, sources told NBC News.
A husband and wife are both running for the same seat on Bremerton, Washington's city council.
Anna Kendrick, Julia Roberts, Coldplay, Jennifer Aniston, Neil Patrick Harris and the stars of NBC are getting together to laugh it up for a good cause on May 21. And you can join in, too.
An Iowa girl who was so badly injured in an accident four years ago that her family had started discussing funeral arrangements is now graduating from high school.
Cameras roll as tourists in Uganda help save a tiny lion cub from a herd of angry buffalo.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sentenced to death for Boston Marathon bombing.
Google's self-driving cars are cruising off the closed campus tracks and rolling onto public California roads.
Heidi Klum and thousands of others were evacuated from the live televised finale of "Germany's Next TopModel" after a bomb threat was made against the show.
Dads, be forewarned! Wish your wives a happy Mother's Day, or else you may end up on the auction block.
There do not appear to be any survivors of a U.S. Marine helicopter crash in Nepal, officials said Friday, as the recovery effort was called off due to difficult conditions.
A 20-year-old midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy. A wine merchant from Italy. The head of an education technology firm. A staffer for The Associated Press. A Wells Fargo executive. A dean at a Brooklyn college. A loving father of two. A real estate executive. These are the eight people who died in the Amtrak train crash in Philadelphia.
The moment was vintage Boehner.
Johnny Depp’s dogs are on a deportation countdown after the actor violated Australia’s famously strict biosecurity laws by bringing them in on a private flight and without the proper documentation.
Woman says Southwest flight crew wouldn't let her place an emergency call after a text from her husband warning of his suicide.
Tom Brady appealed his four-game Deflate-Gate suspension on Thursday through the NFL players union, which asked the commissioner to appoint an independent arbitrator to hear the case.
Swimming season is upon us, and public health officials are taking the opportunity to remind folks to take precautions against nasty stomach bugs that can be transmitted in water.
A hungry pet python named Winston had surgery in Australia to remove barbecue tongs from its stomach.
An eighth body was discovered Thursday in the wreckage of the Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia, the fire commissioner said.
Do you have a terrible day when you leave your phone at home by accident?