Beer giant Anheuser-Busch stopped production at its Georgia brewery this week to instead produce drinking water for those affected by a deadly bout of historic flooding and storms in Texas and Oklahoma.
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.
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.
After going from Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe to Stage 3 Drought Emergency, city leaders could terminate drought restrictions all together at Tuesday's city council meeting.
Lucy Park is still mostly underwater right now.
Oklahoma Department of Transportation is urging drivers to not drive into high water.
Drone footage of Lake Arrowhead and Lucy Park from KFDX viewer, Terry Brown.
These are the current lake levels as of early Sunday evening.
The search is over for a Fort Sill staff sergeant's body in Medicine Creek.
The Wichita River's current level is 17.1 feet.
Many apartments across Wichita Falls are able to reopen this year after figuring out plans to haul in water.
Residents of a Grand Prairie neighborhood said they are concerned after recent heavy rain caused their land to shift.
If the city of Wichita Falls goes back down to Stage 3 or Stage 4 then the surcharge rate would go back down.
The additional rain that fell Friday morning caused some flooding of fields and roads in southern Oklahoma, and concern for wheat farmers who hope the fields dry out by harvest time.
Although Lake Wichita isn't a part of the Wichita Falls Water Supply, the lakes that are still inching higher and higher.
After years of shallow and dry lakes, many residents understandably became very excited when the lakes suddenly refilled.
Some of these flooded areas have water that's been sitting for two days now, creating some health hazards you need to be aware of.
Rain from the weekend give new hope to local businesses.
The rain has brought about all kinds of conversations across Texoma.
Now that many of the lakes are filled back up or getting refilled by all the rain, restocking with fish will soon begin in some of them.