Officials in Parker County are recommending that people evacuate because of the chances for a “record flood event” along the Brazos River.
Hundreds of curious onlookers are swarming the Continental Avenue Bridge and West Dallas Gateway in the Trinity River Corridor.
The CBS 11 Storm Team has issued a WEATHER ALERT DAY.
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.
Farmers and ranchers in the West’s worst-hit drought regions will receive an additional $21 million to help them save water and soil despite the long dry spell.
Rain and storms over the weekend resulted in a giant sinkhole opening up in Granbury. As crews continue to work in the area their job now is to make the crater bigger!
The U.S. Drought Monitor indicated that Texas, for the first time since mid-2012, is no longer in the ‘exceptional drought’ category, the most dire of the five drought designations.
Area lake levels have risen from recent heavy downpours. But has the potential for flooding increased, too?
More rain is in the forecast this week, and that doesn’t help many North Texas cities as they work to patch their pothole problems.
For the second day, rain played havoc with drivers on stretches of US 75 in McKinney.
There has been a good amount of rain in North Texas so far this spring. And while that might have caused some headaches for some people, things are looking good for anyone who is planning a trip to area lakes.
McKinney city officials joined TxDOT workers in cutting off the freeway and then bringing in pumps to clear out the high water. Traffic was finally moving freely by late morning.