As the flood water recedes in area lakes it reveals a couple of problems.
Heavy spring rains may be memory, but not so the floods they spawned.
Dallas homeowners, renters and business owners impacted by the recent flooding will be able to apply for state and federal help at two locations starting Tuesday, July 7.
While homes along the creek appear to be most at risk of taking in water, nobody knew for sure how high the water would get overnight.
People are packing up and leaving their homes before the outer bands of Tropical Storm Bill bring heavy rains Wednesday morning.
Another problem from the record rains and lake flooding North Texans are seeing, is what experts believe will be a wide spread problem with zebra mussel infestation.
Attorney General Ken Paxton has toured some flood recovery centers and warned against price gouging and cleanup scams.
The National Weather Service River Forecasters are predicting a second and much higher crest of the Brazos River in Parker County.
There were at least two dramatic high-water rescues in Sacshe Friday morning. One involved a stranded motorist and a hovercraft, the other a flooded police SUV and a helicopter.
The drones can see buildings and dwellings that are impossible to view from the road.
Once again, rain and high water caused damage at homes and businesses on Thursday.
At UNT, students were trying to cook up a sweet treat, but instead ended up flooding their room, and the dorm.