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.
There is good news for those who use FM 2499 in Grapevine and Flower Mound — there could soon be a shorter commute for tens of thousands of drivers.
Dealing with days of rain and flooding means making adjustments for people who do business along North Texas lakes.
Emergency management officials say more than 1,000 homes in one Central Texas county were either damaged or destroyed in the Memorial Day weekend flooding.
An emergency water release at Lake Lavon seems likely, yet may not be as imminent as earlier feared.
With Tropical Storm Bill having moved ashore and set a course that will move up and through North Texas, officials in the City of Dallas are planning ahead.
Some residents of a North Texas RV park, who were forced to evacuate because of flooding along Lake Lewisville, are being allowed back in their homes.
Rising high water meant the emergency rescue of dozens of Cleburne families.
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.
Rivers in Parker County are over their banks and homeowners are bracing for the worst as more rain moves into North Texas.
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.
Once again, rain and high water caused damage at homes and businesses on Thursday.