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Two Carrollton Golf Courses Remain Closed Months After Major FloodingWhile the fairways and bunkers were under water, the greens were not. So crews used boats to go from green to green to make sure they were watered.
Texas Leads Multistate Suit Against EPA Over Water Rule Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi have sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers in Houston federal court over a rule that they say strips them of jurisdiction over water.
Businesses On Area Lakes Making Flooding AdjustmentsDealing with days of rain and flooding means making adjustments for people who do business along North Texas lakes.
Worst Of North Texas Flooding Expected In A Day Or SoWith all the rain, local, state and federal officials have been keeping a mindful eye on North Texas rivers and lakes.
Flooding Concerns Continue For DallasMore rain is in the weather forecast on Tuesday, and it continues throughout the rest of the week. All of this rainfall has the City of Dallas making preparations for potential flooding.
Lakes, Rivers May Be Higher Than Usual But Nothing Wrong With ItThe Army Corps Of Engineers says its flood control system is working as designed.
Floodgates Fully Open At Lake Ray RobertsThe floodgates were fully opened at Lake Ray Roberts on Thursday night but, with more storms on the way, Denton County homeowners living downstream are feeling nervous.
Flood Control A Growing Challenge At Lake Ray RobertsThe Army Corps of Engineers is working to keep the lake from overflowing without flooding homes downstream.
Engineers Release Flood Waters From Area Lakes After Weeks Of RainResidents in and around Collin County are being treated to a sight they haven’t seen in years. Lake Lavon is so full, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is releasing water from the lake to reduce flood risks.
Record Low Water Levels At Lake Lavon The water source for Collin County is 5 feet away from the threshold where the North Texas Municipal Water District will initiate Stage 4 water restrictions.
Home Teetering On Cliff May Be DemolishedThe luxury home that has been teetering on the edge of a cliff over Lake Whitney could be destroyed -- possibly burned down -- before it falls into the water below.
House Continues Falling Off 70-Foot Cliff, Into North Texas LakeAn interesting story continues to develop here in North Texas. A luxury home is literally teetering on the edge of a limestone cliff and falling, little by little, some 70 feet below into Lake Whitney.
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