It’s hard to believe so many areas in the Metroplex were underwater a few months ago. But not every area has dried out. High water has left thousands in Grapevine and Southlake scrambling to save their youth soccer program.
Residents in Grapevine may soon be forced to evacuate from their homes after the city’s mayor signed a disaster declaration on Wednesday, worried about possible flooding.
The worst of the rain is over for North Texas, but area lake levels may still go up as the water settles, and that could be bad news.
North Texas lakes are full — and some are still closed — after recent rains. But now, Tropical Storm Bill is promising even more precipiation across the DFW area.
A dive team will be at Grapevine Lake again on Monday to search for a man who was reported missing.
Last year the drought left lake lovers disappointed. This year water fans are again disappointed but for exactly the opposite reason. Flooding is now standing in the way of people having a good time.
Residents have driven them for decades, but a push to officially legalize golf carts on the roads of one Grapevine neighborhood may ultimately end the tradition altogether.
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Howling winds have been fueling a grass fire in Denton County for more than 24 hours.
Crews worked all weekend to clean up more than 200,000 gallons of sewage that spilled into a creek and pond near Highway 114.
The massive manhunt for Alberto Morales is over, but the case is still open.
A tow truck hoisted a submerged SUV out of Grapevine Lake on Tuesday. Witnesses say a group of teens were wrapping up a jet ski outing, when the driver backed a Ford Expedition too far in the water.