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.
When it comes to the possibility of more heavy rain, Camp Chaparral, like so many other businesses, is now playing the waiting game. Staff members are eagerly waiting for the water that flooded the camp grounds to recede.
If you were in one of the flood zones, we're guessing you might have a sandbag problem.
After weeks of heavy rain and flooding, residents are now cleaning up their homes following mandatory evacuations.
Bradley Veselka captured a dramatic moment when an SUV became stuck in the raging floodwaters in Boerne, Texas.
After having to evacuate this week due to potential flooding, many Wichita Falls residents are now back at home.
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A local family is facing flood waters for the second time. But, this time they are more prepared
Wichita Falls Mayor Glenn Barham says the evacuation area due to the increased risk for flooding has been expanded in the city and in Wichita County.
One couple that has lived through flooding before is once again seeking shelter away from their home.
Residents in Wichita Falls RV Park are not using any sandbags. Instead, they have been evacuating since Thursday morning, relocating RV's and their belongings.
Mandatory evacuations have already been ordered and power shut off to some areas to avoid possible fires if the flood waters come.
The North Texas Area United Way’s 2-1-1 service is now carrying flood information 24 hours a day.
Interactive map with the latest river, lake levels, and road conditions.
The Wichita River's current level is 17.1 feet.
On the south side of Iowa Park, the fertilizer plant also had to be evacuated as water flooded much of the facility.