Teen Who Drowned In Lake Lewisville Remembered By ClassmatesCounselors will be available at Little Elm High School Sunday afternoon after a student drowned Friday in Lake Lewisville.
Teen Swimmer Drowns In Lake LewisvilleThe 17-year-old's body was found shortly after 9:00 p.m. Friday.
Early Morning Storm Damages North Texas Marina, BoatsThe 121 Marina general manager says he's hired a security guard to keep people out of the damaged areas as they continue to assess the damage.
Storms Damage Docks & Boats At Lake LewisvilleStorms on Monday morning wreaked havoc at the Pier 121 Marina on Lake Lewisville. According to officials, at least one dock broke free of its anchoring in the high winds, and several high-priced boats were also damaged.
Denton Man Killed In Accident On Lewisville Lake BridgeA Denton man has died after he was struck by a car and knocked into Lake Lewisville last night.
Repairs Begin On 160-Foot Landslide At Lake Lewisville DamWeather-delayed repairs have begun on a Dallas-area dam where a 160-foot landslide raised concerns about more soil slipping.
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.
Best Places To Rent A Boat In DFWDFW may be landlocked, but there is plenty of water nearby. Fortunately, you don't have to endure the investment of buying a boat when you can easily rent one from these outfitters.
Lewisville Homeowners Frustrated About Changed ViewBefore docks stretched out over dry land, neighbors called it Copperas Branch Lake.
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.
Storm Wrecks Boats, Docks At Lake LewisvilleBoat owners are calculating the damage after remnants of Tropical Storm Bill ripped out half the docks at one Lake Lewisivlle marina.
Flood Protection Lakes At Risk Of Flowing OverToday's projected rainfall will flow into already waterlogged reservoirs that protect our larger cities.