The rainy conditions on Friday meant it was a good day to cloud seed around Wichita Falls.
The city of Wichita Falls continues to draw attention, and awards, for its efforts to conserve and protect its water supply.
California's record-setting drought is putting many avocado farmers out of business.
The past several years have been a far cry from easy for area farmers who are doing their best to survive this terrible drought.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday imposed mandatory water restrictions for the first time on residents, businesses and farms, ordering cities and towns to reduce usage by 25%.
This is no April fools joke, for one day only, Burger King in Japan is selling their new Whopper scented perfume called Flame-Grilled.
The Texas Water Development Board has just announced the Windthorst Water Supply Corporation will receive a half million dollar forgivable loan that is classified as urgent due to the drought.
On Tuesday city councilors will meet and discuss another long-term water solution.
In the midst of the worst drought in recent memory, Texas lawmakers two years ago sent the state a message: The need for water can transcend politics.
Lawton city leaders are looking into cloud seeding as a potential water saving alternative with three reservoirs, Lake Lawtonka, Lake Ellsworth and part of Waurika Lake sitting at 41%.
A car wash business in Duncan will be given a reprieve from stage 5 water restrictions that ban outdoor water use.
The latest information from the National Drought Monitor brings Texoma news we did not want to hear.
Now that temperatures are cooler, state fish experts say anglers can expect some good fishing at smaller area ponds, despite the drought.
Fall not only means cooler temperatures but also another chance for some much needed rain.
As the drought gets worse 12 Texoma counties are now in the highest stage of drought, "exceptional."
The differences between time lapsed, satellite images of the Lake Arrowhead between 2010 and now not only has Wichita Falls city officials concerned but also those who live on Lake Arrowhead.
A professor at Texas A&M recently stated that he believed El Niño would have no effect on weather in Texoma.
If the combined levels of Lake Kickapoo and Arrowhead reach 20%, then car washes in Wichita Falls will close all together. Wichita Falls residents are thinking of car wash alternatives.
Wichita Falls water users have surpassed the daily water use goal.
The combined Wichita Falls lake levels have now hit the lowest point ever since the drought of the 1950s.