The public health district has compiled a list of guidelines on acceptable water for filling and refilling public swimming pools under stage 5 restrictions.
A day after stage five water restrictions are set in Wichita Falls one industry that makes a living off of water is starting to worry about how they will keep the tap open on their business.
One type of business is concerned that they and their customers trying to keep their trees and shrubs alive will suffer because of the emergency water reuse project.
A lot of decisions were made today dealing with the water crisis in Wichita Falls, but there are still a lot questions to be answered.
Castaway Cove will open this summer with the help of well water.
Tuesday morning, Wichita Falls City Councilors voted to approve stage 5 water restrictions.
The continued drought is causing business for some pool service companies to evaporate and others to be flooded with customers.
When Wichita Falls city councilors hear Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe recommendations next week they will include doubling the surcharges for residents who go over a designated amount of gallons per month, but not businesses.
Proposed Stage 5 recommendations for swimming pools is flooding one Wichita Falls pool service owner with concerns.
Wichita County health officials say using rain or greywater as an alternate source to fill your home swimming pool can unleash a flood of health concerns.
As outdoor temperatures continue rising more and more people are looking forward to that first cold, refreshing splash into the swimming pool.
After many reports of water violations, we spoke with Wichita Falls Public Works Director Russell Schreiber.
The cloud seeding plane took off in Wichita Falls Wednesday morning with hopes of making rain more impactful.
The severe lack of rain across Texoma is creating a messy situation for some home owners.
The latest drought report from the Texas Water Development Board shows that while more of the state is now out of drought, it's intensifying in other parts, especially the panhandle and here in Texoma.
The plans for one water saving solution in Wichita Falls are almost complete.
The Cypress Water Treatment Plant is now testing the recycled waste water that Wichita Falls water users will soon be drinking.
Wichita Falls leaders met Tuesday to plan for the future.
With Wichita Falls lakes well below the 30% level another year of drought could be disastrous.
The water that comes out from the emergency water reuse pipeline is now being tested.