Texas Governor Greg Abbott is in Wichita Falls touring flood damaged areas. He is holding a live press conference.
These are the current lake levels as of early Sunday evening.
After having to evacuate this week due to potential flooding, many Wichita Falls residents are now back at home.
Several events have been canceled, due to wet weather.
You can honor those who gave it all at a Memorial Day service on Monday.
Wichita County Sheriff says he hopes residents are allowed back into their homes and soon.
Wichita Falls Mayor talks about why certain plans were put into place, as flooding threats loomed.
Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham says power should be restored and the evacuation order should be lifted for all neighborhoods by late Sunday afternoon.
Here is a look at your latest lake levels.
Area cancellations and closures
Here are some helpful links to get you through severe weather.
Forecasted heavy rain misses Wichita Falls.
A local family is facing flood waters for the second time. But, this time they are more prepared
A map is released by the City of Wichita Falls that shows an expanded evacuation area around the Wichita River.
Watch the Saturday afternoon emergency operations center briefing concerning the flood situation.
An order signed by Wichita County Judge Woody Gossom orders additional home evacuations.
Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham says the evacuation area due to the increased risk for flooding has been expanded in the city and in Wichita County.
Wichita Falls and Wichita County emergency officials are expanding the evacuation area due to the potential for a record flood.
Watch special meeting of the Wichita Falls City Council.
The Wichita River is forecast to reach an all-time record level crest of 25.5 feet on Tuesday.