The recent heavy rain brought us out of a crippling drought, but it also caused a flood of problems for some families.
We had been told by FEMA representatives that the assistance center in the Wichita Falls Public Library was being kept open until June 27, but now it's closing today.
The federal goverment filing assistance for folks with property damage from flooding in Wichita County will be extending their deadline to register to Saturday June 27th.
FEMA representatives are available in Wichita Falls to assist Wichita County residents who sustained property damage during the recent floods to register for assistance.
Check to see if your family is eligible for federal flood assistance.
Nearly $2 million in FEMA grant money will help officials build two community-wide storm shelters at two Quanah schools.
Chris Clackum looks at a campaign that FEMA is launching to encourage families to plan for emergencies.
Many Oklahoma residents credit storm shelters with shielding them from death and devastation caused by Monday's horrific tornado. Wichita County residents could get a break if they put in storm shelters.
Texomans know all too well the dangers of severe weather. That's why commissioners brought a government-subsidized storm shelter program to Wichita County.
While 12 Texoma counties were approved for federal disaster aid for
the wildfires of last spring and summer, Wichita County was left out.
Two pieces of property on the east side of the city... damaged in
the 2007 flood will be used for open space or recreational purposes.
The properties are at 430 Woods and 323 Tulsa.