Flooding At North Texas Lakes Keeps Some Areas Of Parks ClosedIt could take years and $30 million to restore all parks in the Corps' 25 reservoirs in the region.
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.
Flood Damage Repairs Underway At Lewisville Lake DamThe Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers continues its efforts to repair the 161-foot long embankment slide which occurred during the floods last year at the Lewisville Lake Dam.
CBS11 I-Team: Inspections Missed On Local Flood Control ProjectsA 2011 annual report to Congress shows as many as a dozen projects went four years without an inspection.
Several Area Lakes Closed All Summer Due To High Water, DamageEven when the water recedes, major repairs may still be required at lake facilities.
Coppell Homeowners Prepare Their Homes For A FloodThe creek, which runs behind residential neighborhoods, is still taking in water from an overflowing Lake Grapevine.
Floodwaters Creating Headaches For Drivers, Homeowners Along FM 2499At the Marquis Apartments, complex management left a note with tenants of eminent flooding. Many chose to go ahead and pack up belongings and leave.
Lake Grapevine Invades Homes And Keeps RisingThe city of Flower Mound has warned homeowners about the rising water, but so far everyone is staying put.
Officials Concerned About Trinity River's Rising WatersThe Trinity River has risen five feet since Monday night; making it more than 35 feet high.
Boaters Can Return To Lewisville Lake FridayThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Worth District will reopen Lewisville Lake to boat traffic on June 5.
Corps Decides Against Releasing More Water From Lake LewisvilleLake Lewisville stood at more than 534 feet Tuesday, two feet above flood pool, and 12 feet above what's normally considered full.
Lake Lewisville Inches Towards Spillway CrestResident: “Obviously my concern is that Lake Lewisville levels will get high enough to get into my house.”

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