As the river continues to swell officials from many agencies are preparing plans.
Wichita Falls city crews have been working hard since Tuesday to keep the East Side of the city from flooding by pumping water out of the Duncan Channel.
As the city prepares for possible extensive flooding, all eyes are on the Wichita River, which last flooded in 2007 and 2008.
McNeil Drainage Project has ground to a halt because of heavy rain.
Outside Iowa Park, city officials are keeping a close watch on on Buffalo Lake, which has never flowed over the spillway in its 50 year history.
If you are one of the homeowners displaced by flood water, the Red Cross now has multiple shelters open for you to go to.
County road closures as of 4:00 p.m. May 22nd from Precincts:
The city/council briefing with the National Weather Service in Norman is underway. Officials say be prepared for a record, prolonged flood event.
Wichita County officials are looking for volunteers to fill sand bags at the Eskimo Hut on Seymour Highway.
Lake Arrowhead as of 4 p.m Friday afternoon sits at 82.9 percent.
The Texas Department of State Health Services confirms Thursday the first case of West Nile virus has been recorded in the state for the 2015 season.
On Monday, you can go to a Memorial Day Program to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.
City offices will be closed Monday, May 25th for Memorial Day.
Archer City officials say the city is under a Stage 3 drought emergency.
The Red Cross is operating two shelters, one at the Hirschi High school gym on Borton, and one at Iowa Park Rec Center on North 3rd Street.
Residents with questions should contact the Emergency Operations Center at 761-7909.
The Kamay VFD Fish Fry has been postponed to May 30th.
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.