It's no secret we needed the rain that last night's storms brought to us, but with the moisture, they also brought strong winds which caused damage in the area.
At least two tornadoes touched down in Knox County Wednesday night.
The drought is no laughing matter, but residents are finding a bit of humor in this dry situation.
As city businesses make plans to get through the drought, Wichita Falls Department of Parks and Recreation is trying to protect the thousands of trees they care for.
Home and Garden Show vendors give tips to have a garden while we deal with very little rain fall.
Last Friday a Wichita Falls man suffered a head injury while helping a neighbor cut down a dead tree.
A certified arborist was in Wichita Falls today examining trees for an upcoming program to help you save your trees.
Despite no watering because of Stage 4 water restriction, Wichita Falls Parks and Recreation crews are still busy preserving city trees.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension officials are planning a program to give residents tree saving tips during Stage 4 water restrictions.
If we don't get some good rain soon, and do go to Stage 4 what impact will it have on our trees?
Mechell Dixon headed around town to find and tells us what she learned.
Folks left picking up the pieces after major wind storm blows through Texoma.
Residents in Vernon say their trees are being "hacked down" by arborist hired by American Electric Power Company. While the goal is to cut down limbs that are too close to electrical wires, many residents are quiet upset at the job the tree cutters have done
Trees and shrubs all throughout Texoma are dying as a result of last
year's drought ... and now, the city of Wichita Falls is working to
replace some of them.
Some new Texoma residents are making their mark and threatening to kill area mesquite trees.