New Road Leads To Prairie Lights In Grand PrairieWith saving a holiday tradition as motivation, the city found a way around the problem. Construction crews raced to build a new road bypassing the flooding.
Grand Prairie's Delayed Prairie Lights Display To Reopen ThursdayTo compensate customers who will be able to see 75% of the displays, entrance rates will be discounted by 25%.
Droughts, Floods Make Life Challenging For Lakeside HomeownersNo matter where you live in North Texas, chances are there's a lake nearby.
Flooding Problems Continue At Local LakesAs the flood water recedes in area lakes it reveals a couple of problems.
Check North Texas Lake Openings & Access For July 4th WeekendDon't put away your swimsuits, boats and life jackets just yet. Despite recent near-torrential rains and area flooding, the majority of North Texas lakes will be open this Independence Day weekend.
Several Area Lakes Closed All Summer Due To High Water, DamageEven when the water recedes, major repairs may still be required at lake facilities.
Business Owners By Joe Pool Lake Hope To Avoid Heavy RainsThe looming rain from a developing gulf storm could play a critical role to the parks and businesses around Joe Pool Lake.
Most Parks On Joe Pool Lake Likely Closed For The SummerOnly a handful of camping spaces are open in Grand Prairie's Joe Pool Lake parks with most amenities closed meaning a loss of hundreds of thousands of tourist visits.
Rain Is Killing Business On The LakesWorkers build a floating bridge across what was once a parking lot. Still, the popular Oasis restaurant on Joe Pool Lake is closed.
Bridge To Businesses A No-Go So Far At Joe Pool LakeThe owner of the Lynn Creek Marina was hoping to have it built by now, but the Grand Prairie Fire Department stepped in Thursday night insisting he'll need a permit.
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.
Six Feet Of Flood Water Flounders Grand Prairie BusinessCleanup continues as a severe weekend storm overflowed lakes, damaged structures, and turned roads into rivers. Dallasites were taking pictures of the spillway at White Rock Lake as if it's Niagara Falls.