The city of Dallas is the latest municipality to begin ordering water restrictions during one of the most severe droughts on record.
There is no sign of the Texas drought ending. And North Texas water officials plan to consider tightening local water restrictions even further.
If you’re planning on swimming or boating at an area lake this Labor Day weekend there are closures and health warnings you need to know about.
Hot weather means extra water conservation restrictions are kicking in across much of North Texas. The area served by the North Texas Municipal Water District has been in stage 1 restrictions since April.
The 105.3 The Fan crew hitched up the FAN boat and headed for Lake Texoma this past weekend, and yes…there are stories!
Authorities say a 42-year-old man from Texas has drowned on the Red River near the Lake Texoma Dam.
They’re tiny aquatic life forms that stick to any smooth surface, and they can gum up boat engines or even huge motors at municipal water pumping stations. They’re Zebra Mussels, and while state officials originally worried they’d jump to Lake Lavon, Dallas city officials confirm at least one has found its way to Lake Ray Hubbard.
The Campbell ISD has hired an independent auditor to research credit statements that show thousands of dollars in questionable expenses charged to a former superintendent’s district-supplied credit card.
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