Mandatory evacuations have already been ordered and power shut off to some areas to avoid possible fires if the flood waters come.
Several areas around Wichita Falls are being evacuated due to a threat of flooding.
Representatives from the City of Wichita Falls are advising residents in the flood prone areas of the Tanglewood Neighborhood and the East Side of the City to prepare to evacuate due to flooding which is expected to begin early Thursday night.
Several roads were closed in Burkburnett today.
Flood waters have been roaring into houses off Huntington around FM 367 since early this morning.
The Wichita County Commissioners would like to make citizens aware of the following county road closures as of 10:30 a.m.
From skunks to coyotes, to a farmer's worst nightmare- wild hogs, animal experts in the city say they've seen them all too often over the past few years.
While many Texomans are rejoicing for the rain, many farmers are considering their options after storms damaged or destroyed many crops.
The boil order for customers on the Lockett water system in Wilbarger County has been lifted.
Authorities were called to a burglary in process on City View Lane Tuesday afternoon.
Some of these flooded areas have water that's been sitting for two days now, creating some health hazards you need to be aware of.
For over 30 years, the Children's Miracle Network has helped countless families at United Regional.
After the latest wave of storms hit Texoma, new outages left more residents without power Saturday night.
Those rising waters had spirits high around Texoma on Friday, especially those who live near the lakes.
Water is subsiding on Wichita Falls streets, but some low lying areas may still be dangerous.
The rivers and tributaries that go to our water supply lakes are running fast and full Thursday morning.
Standing water has closed FM 368 in Archer County.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry is unveiling the details of his newest bill that aims to protect property owners along the Red River.
Volunteer fire departments are the backbone of many Texoma communities. With current drought conditions and rising temperatures, firefighters are sure to stay busy as risks of wild fires increase.
The largest Special Olympics in the area starts Saturday morning in Iowa Park.