Back in May, when rainwater flooded roads and even homes, some folks north of the Red River said they were sure thankful firefighters came to their rescue.
The recent heavy rain brought us out of a crippling drought, but it also caused a flood of problems for some families.
A woman was arrested after being rescued from her flooded car on a road that has been shut down to traffic for days, police said.
Drivers traveling along Interstate 35 through Gainesville may have a slow go of it due to intense flooding in the area.
Remnants of last month's heavy flooding are still floating around Lake Amon Carter south west of Bowie.
This is a list of everything you need to know during severe weather.
With drainage being an issue, some people in Wichita Falls are still cleaning up after the last round of floods.
The amount of water going over the spillways at Arrowhead and Kickapoo continues to increase, and it has been almost a month since Kickapoo began going over for the first time since 1995.
At their meeting on Monday, Wichita County commissioners voted to purchase an excavator to fix county roads that are damaged due to flooding.
Check to see if your family is eligible for federal flood assistance.
Lucy Park was one of the most badly affected areas from this years flood, and now, Parks and Rec is doing everything they can to get it back to the way it was.
After Camp Chaparral in Iowa Park flooded last week, volunteers and camp staff spending Saturday cleaning up debris.
The Wichita Falls Wichita County Health Department is working with Vector Control to fix the mosquito problem, but in the meantime, here are some other tops.
The rain didn't fall for five years in Texoma and now we face an abundance of rainfall, but how much have we received?
Police are still working to identify a body found in flood waters in Wichita Falls on Sunday.
Wichita Falls, Wichita County officials and area residents are preparing for a weekend full of potential flooding.
The rain came down hard in Possum Kingdom Thursday evening, which is adding more water to a lake that has already flourished over the last week or so.
Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says he's taken a look at some of the flood damage in the area in the past few days.
Recent heavy rain and flood waters took a toll on the pump stations out in Electra, eventually causing them to shut down and sewage to pour out.
County leaders are prepared for more rain, but are doing their best to move forward after the floods.