Parker County Resident Optimistic As Brazos River RecedesResidents in Parker County are bracing for even more rain on Tuesday. Heavy showers over the weekend forced several families from their homes, and the rising waters of the Brazos River threaten to flood even more homes this week.
Horseshoe Bend Residents Urged To Leave Due To Rising WaterSwift water rescue crews made dozens of trips to help stranded people since Monday morning.
Slick Roads & Flood Evacuations After North Texas RainHeavy showers hit parts of the North Texas on Sunday, and started moving out of the area by Monday morning. However, the rain left behind wet roads across the Metroplex and flooding in some of the locations that got hit the hardest.
Animal Shelter Offers Aid To Displaced Pets Due To FloodingResidents are being offered temporary boarding of their animals at the Weatherford Parker County Animal Shelter (WPCAS) until they organize their personal affairs.
Officials: Brazos River Flooding To WorsenThe National Weather Service River Forecasters are predicting a second and much higher crest of the Brazos River in Parker County.
Drones Help Parker County Scope Out Flood DamageThe drones can see buildings and dwellings that are impossible to view from the road.
Residents Relieved As Brazos River Crests In Parker CountyRivers in Parker County are over their banks and homeowners are bracing for the worst as more rain moves into North Texas.
Brazos River Expected To Rise 6-8 InchesHomeowners in Parker County have been warned to evacuate after concerns that the Brazos River will crest and rise by several more feet on Thursday.
Not All Folks Evacuating In Horseshoe BendGiven hours to grab their valuables and secure their homes, residents in Horseshoe Bend headed for higher ground Wednesday night.