TxDOT officials say changes are coming to a downtown traffic signal in Bowie.
Jim Bowie Days will continue in the Bowie Community Center with games, turtle races, frog jumping and a pet parade!
There was a luckier outcome for a Bowie boy who is now at home recovering after he nearly drowned in a drainage ditch outside his home.
After all the rain over the past two months, it is no surprise some homes and businesses have been damaged and that includes the community college in Bowie.
A 9-year-old Bowie boy is recovering in Cook Children's Hospital after he was swept away into a storm drain when heavy rain hit Montague County on Wednesday.
Remnants of last month's heavy flooding are still floating around Lake Amon Carter south west of Bowie.
The Bowie Hospital Board is moving forward with the petition for a Bowie Health Taxing District.
The Bowie Memorial Hospital board holds off on a decision on going to the voters for a taxing district.
If you are one of the homeowners displaced by flood water, the Red Cross now has multiple shelters open for you to go to.
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.
City officials want residents to know about a boil order in Bowie.
The American Red Cross will open a service center for families affected by the recent storms.
TXDOT officials have come up with a temporary plan to repair FM 1806 outside of Bowie after part of the road was washed out due to heavy rainfall.
North Central Texas College in Bowie will be closed until further notice due to weather damage, officials say.
A resident who has lived through flooding before talks about all the recent rain.
Lake Amon Carter's lake level is still above 100% leading to flooded homes and plenty of damages to roads around the area, but what will happen if the lake receives more rain?
Severe weather has left many without homes.
North Central Texas College in Bowie was closed Thursday after flood damage caused by a drainage pipe burst.
Tuesday night's storms are still causing problems for folks on the south side of Bowie.
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