Large Alligator Seen Lurking In Lake Worth“I look out there and I see an 8 foot to 10 foot alligator,” says DeGroat, who lives on Lake Worth, “swimming from one dock to my dock.”
Lake Worth Back Open To Boaters After FloodingLake Worth is opening back up to boaters on Tuesday after being closed earlier this month due to flooding. A couple of mostly dry days was enough to lower the lake back down to a safe level.
Lake Worth Closed To Boating Due To FloodingThanks to all of the heavy rain, Lake Worth will be closed to all boating activity starting at 9:00 a.m. on Friday morning. The water level has risen by almost half a foot.
Young Man Drowns In Lake WorthFort Worth Police say an 18-year-old was walking near the spillway at 6296 Hatchery Road and accidentally fell off.
Higher Lake Levels May Mean More CrittersSnakes, fire ants, alligators, deer and other critters have had their nesting and feeding spots disturbed and may be seeking higher ground.
Lake Worth Just Below Flood Stage, But Already Filling BackyardsLake Worth is becoming "Lake Worry" as it spills into homeowners' backyards. So far, most homes are staying dry.
Paddleboat Plucked From Lake Worth Shore By ThievesKristine Williams' paddleboat floated away in the floodwaters and and right into the hands of thieves.
Continued Rain Showers Mean Water Worries In Lake WorthThe continued rainfall has water levels rising, and that’s bad news for some people living in Lake Worth. Families in some communities are anxious as they wait and watch the encroaching water.