The Cypress Water Treatment Plant is now testing the recycled waste water that Wichita Falls water users will soon be drinking.
Wichita Falls leaders met Tuesday to plan for the future.
With Wichita Falls lakes well below the 30% level another year of drought could be disastrous.
The water that comes out from the emergency water reuse pipeline is now being tested.
Desperate times often bring desperate measures, and the ongoing drought may have seeded the idea for one such measure a measure testing whether man can affect or change the weather.
The lack of rain in the forecast has made Wichita Falls city officials find ways to conserve the supply we do have and one of those methods has now been up and running for about a month.
We are now counting down the last few hours of 2013 and looking ahead to the new year, a year city officials and residents alike hope will bring more rainfall.
Another Texoma town is now under stage four water restrictions.
If you live in Wichita Falls you will soon be one step closer to drinking recycled water that goes down our drains and gets flushed down our toilets.
You can now see how much the recently implemented water restrictions are helping to cut back.
Stage 4 water restrictions are now in effect for Burkburnett residents.
Archer City announces Stage Four restrictions and Megargel says they have a half dozen feet left at Lake Megargel.
Starting December 2nd, Archer City will join Wichita Falls, Burkburnett, Iowa Park, and Holliday in implementing the highest stage of drought restrictions.
Iowa Park resident had no grace period after last night's vote, city councilors voted for them to take effect immediately.
The Holliday city council voted during a special session last night to move to Stage 4 water restrictions.
Now that the City of Wichita Falls is in Stage 4 water restrictions, the city's public works department is releasing how many citations were issued while Stage 3 water restrictions were in effect.
We are less than one week into stage four water restrictions but how is Wichita Falls' largest water user feeling the effects of the drought?
Iowa Park gets 100% of its water from the City of Wichita Falls so now that Wichita Falls has elevated to Stage 4 water restrictions, Iowa Park city leaders plan to follow suit.
The Huff's use rain water for all their water needs. They say they don't need much, a ¼'' of rain gives them 1,000 gallons and for them, that's enough water for ten days.
Wichita Falls is enforcing tougher water restrictions to conserve Texoma's most valued resource, water.