The City of Archer City has entered stage five water restrictions.
California's drought is making national headlines for drying up vineyards and winemakers' way of life. Winemakers here in Texoma say while our drought has thrown a wrench in their production, they're changing the ways they do things so they can continue to produce the same great product they always have while making sure every drop counts.
As of Sunday, Wichita Falls has been under some form of water restrictions for the past 1,001 days.
It certainly was an interesting week in Texoma! Click the headline to relive it all.
NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports features the City of Wichita Falls' water reuse project Thursday morning on Today.
As the City of Wichita Falls gets closer to elevating to Stage 5 drought catastrophe, the chance of rain in the forecast has some taking steps to get their fill of rain water.
It's hard to believe but since the beginning of the drought at the beginning of the decade we have missed out on 41 inches of rain.
Directors started making drought-related changes to the ride a couple years ago. The fire hydrant shower at the end of the Hotter 'n Hell Hundred ride was always a favorite, but organizers did away with that two years ago as there was seemingly no end to the drought in sight.
As lake levels this week hit 26.8% it's important that everyone remembers that every drop counts, especially when we hit the stage 5 water emergency.
Iowa Park will store well water at their facility, and that's what they'll use to keep their pool full as we go into the year's hottest months.
From cloud seeding to the water reuse project to the looming stage 5 water rules, Wichita Falls city leaders say they've exhausted almost all of their immediate options to preserve our dwindling water supply.
The public health district has compiled a list of guidelines on acceptable water for filling and refilling public swimming pools under stage 5 restrictions.
The continued drought is causing business for some pool service companies to evaporate and others to be flooded with customers.
A North Texas town famous for its mineral waters is imposing water restrictions on residents because the main reservoir of water is only a quarter full.
The cloud seeding plane took off in Wichita Falls Wednesday morning with hopes of making rain more impactful.
Everyone is invited to join Mayor Glenn Barham and City Staff for the Mayor's Citywide Town Hall Forum, Thursday, March 27th beginning at 7:pm at the MPEC, 1000 5th Street, in Room 10 of the Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall.
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.
As we wait and pray for rain, another Texoma county is enacting a burn ban as the wildfire season arrives.
The ripple effect from the lack of rain made its way to restaurants where the manager of Luby's Cafeteria says he has no choice but serve up higher prices for many of their items.