On Tuesday city councilors will meet and discuss another long-term water solution.
We now have a clear picture on what's going to be on the May ballot with City Council seats and a WFISD bond up for a vote.
Each race in the Wichita Falls City Council election will be contested in May.
UPDATE: Wichita Falls City Councilors approved spending more than $100,000 to plan improvements at Lake Wichita.
Wichita Falls City Councilors plan to help one local company expand, in hopes of creating jobs and boosting the local economy.
Councilors will consider paying a total of $60,000 for the design and construction for an addition to the Animal Service Center.
Eagle Railcar, a company that repairs, inspects, and recertifies railroad cars is waiting for an answer from city council.
This week Wichita Falls city councilors approved more then $2 million dollars of funding for the second part of the Permanent Water Reuse Project.
It looks like there will be an election in May in Wichita Falls, with at least one race drawing two candidates.
On Tuesday Wichita Falls city councilors will discuss the water reuse plan and an ordinance that would find certain structures or buildings dangerous.
A Wichita Falls business owner has become the first person to file for the Wichita Falls City Council election in May.
Candidates can now file to run for the municipal elections in May.
The city council has 3 seats to fill up this spring.
Having a food truck park in Wichita Falls could soon be a reality.
City leaders will also consider allowing food trucks to park and operate downtown.
As the drought continues into another year, Texoma communities continue to resort to new measures to keep water flowing. Tomorrow, Wichita Falls City leaders will look at changing the water contract with the town of Scotland so a water supply corporation can tap into Scotland's system.
Wichita Falls car washes can continue to use city water until the end of January, no matter how low the lakes get.
Wichita Falls car owners are now able to continue to wash their cars at local car washes, even if the lake levels fall to 20 percent.
The Wichita Falls Police Department will soon see some new equipment to help them protect and serve.
Wichita Falls residents could soon see an increase in their property tax rate.