An order signed by Wichita County Judge Woody Gossom orders additional home evacuations.
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.
Wichita Falls city crews have been working hard since Tuesday to keep the East Side of the city from flooding by pumping water out of the Duncan Channel.
McNeil Drainage Project has ground to a halt because of heavy rain.
The Red Cross is operating two shelters, one at the Hirschi High school gym on Borton, and one at Iowa Park Rec Center on North 3rd Street.
Residents with questions should contact the Emergency Operations Center at 761-7909.
Because of all the families being told to evacuate their homes and the potential for flood damage, The United Way is teaming up with Red Cross and Salvation Army to try and bring relief to those affected.
Mandatory evacuations have already been ordered and power shut off to some areas to avoid possible fires if the flood waters come.
The Sherriff's Department provided free sandbags all over Wichita Falls today to help bring peace of mind to homeowners.
Watch the full press briefing concerning the flooding situation in Texoma.
The Green Door Senior Citizens Center in the Martin Luther King Center will be closed Friday, May 22.
The Wichita Falls Gun Show at the MPEC has been postponed for a week due to flooding.
U.S. Postal Service employees in facilities in the Wichita Falls areas affected by flash flooding and mandatory evacuations say they are working to process and deliver mail to customers.
Several areas around Wichita Falls are being evacuated due to a threat of flooding.
Residents say they are being told to evacuate their homes in parts of Wichita Falls Wednesday following heavy rain overnight, on top of rains that fell in the last 10 days.
The City of Wichita Falls has opened the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) for preparation and response to potential flooding in the city limits.
Sheriff's deputies have been working through the morning and now into the afternoon pulling cars out of high water.
On Tuesday, the city of Wichita Falls officially moved into Stage 3 Drought Emergency after city councilors voted.
After a nearly nine month long investigation, a Wichita Falls man is now facing charges of injury to a child in the death of a 19-month-old.
A man and woman arrested last week for allegedly smoking meth in the Rathgeber Hospitality House are back in jail this evening.