California's drought could cause major problems for North America's second largest sake producer.
Here is the long term drought forecast for Texoma.
Home and Garden Show vendors give tips to have a garden while we deal with very little rain fall.
After Wichita Falls city officials give the green light to cloud seeding yesterday, the company that will keep their eye on the sky is making preparations to do just that when the time is right.
California's ongoing drought has vineyard owners seriously concerned.
Desperate for rain, dozens in California take part in a rain dance.
The severe lack of rainfall has made this past year tough on cattle ranchers.
Starting December 2nd, Archer City will join Wichita Falls, Burkburnett, Iowa Park, and Holliday in implementing the highest stage of drought restrictions.
Lake levels are now at the 30% capacity mark and the city of Wichita Falls expects to be under a Stage 4 Drought Disaster Saturday.
More than 40,000 feet of pipe still needs to be installed in the emergency reclaimed water project for Wichita Falls.
Will controversial farm subsidies remain in the next Farm Bill headed to Congress?
With Halloween less than two weeks away and Thanksgiving coming up next month, it's time to go out there and get that pumpkin.
Dundee State Fish Hatchery employees still busy despite Texas Parks and Wildlife Department temporarily suspending operations nearly two years ago.
Another Texoma city is ratcheting up restrictions to conserve water.
With lake levels at their all-time lows, Texoma homeowners continue to make changes to do their part to conserve. Homeowners are now installing synthetic grass.
Wichita Falls and its wholesale water customers meet and discuss increase in water rates.
Wichita Falls, TX. -- With plans to begin using reclaimed waste water next year, the city of Wichita Falls is trying to smooth the transition now by answering questions and concerns residents may have.
One way the city is doing that is with a twenty minute video explaining the project.
Archer County, TX. -- If you drive around Wichita Falls you can tell right away most landscaping and yards was not planned for a low water environment.
But that could be the shape of things to come, not only in this area, but all across Texas and other parts of the nation.
And many developers are already looking into the future when they plan new residential areas.
The water may have been flowing plenty early Thursday after the rain, but Wichita Falls City Officials say while it's a start, we're still a ways off from where we want to be.
Wichita Falls, TX. - One industry that is severely impacted by the drought restrictions is golf courses.
Officials at the city's Champions Golf Course in Wichita Falls say they use raw water from Lake Kickapoo and rain water from an irrigation pond to water their greens.