While crews have been able to complete some routine lake maintenance like erosion control work and putting new flotation on all boat docks, it's mostly bad news when it comes to the drought's effects on the lake.
Wichita Falls water users should have recycled waste water coming to their homes and businesses in May.
Officials from the Groundwater Management Area Six and the Texas Water Development Board met in Munday Wednesday to discuss groundwater availability.
Some Wichita Falls residents and businesses will be without water starting late Monday night.
Iowa Park crews are working on the city's main water distribution line.
A Saturday afternoon grass fire threatened a couple homes in Burkburnett.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has notified the city of Byers that its water system has tested for high levels of nitrate.
TCEQ's report on Burkburnett water was released Wednesday morning.
A Texoma pilot takes KFDX high above the lakes to show the latest levels.
Wichita Falls, TX. -- With plans to begin using reclaimed waste water next year, the city of Wichita Falls is trying to smooth the transition now by answering questions and concerns residents may have.
One way the city is doing that is with a twenty minute video explaining the project.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday issued a unanimous ruling for Oklahoma over a North Texas water district in a case over delivery of water from the Red River.
Wichita Falls, TX. - Without rain soon, stage four water restrictions could go into affect this summer for Wichita Falls.
The city council is set to vote on the proposed new restrictions Tuesday.
Public Works Director Russell Schreiber said going into stage four does not mean we will run out of water, it's just the last part of a proactive plan the city hopes will preserve our water supply.
"The last little sliver of water that the customers could potentially give up," says Schreiber.
Lawmakers across the Texas Capitol are tearing rotator cuffs patting themselves on the back for finding a way to pay for desperately needed water infrastructure projects.
Fighting fires is no easy task and that job becomes even more challenging as we get closer to stage 4 water restrictions.
As the water supply continues to dwindle the water reuse project that will turn waste water into drinking water is moving into a new stage.
Another water disruption is scheduled in Wichita Falls that could affect you.
Some Wichita Falls residents need to prepare for a scheduled water outage planned for Wednesday.
City officials have announced plans to begin stage three water restrictions.
Water is the top priority at Tuesday's city council meeting.
Electra city officials announced Wednesday that the city is now under stage three water restrictions.