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    More Storms, Heavy Rain & Flooding

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    Multiple rounds of storms & heavy rain are possible this weekend.

    WFISD Changing Site of New Career Tech Center Video included

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    On May 9th, voters in Wichita Falls cast their ballots in favor of W.F.I.SD.'s $59.5 million bond proposal. Since that victory, one thing has already changed: the location of the new Career and Technical Education Center.

    Rising Waters 2015: Officials Could Change Their Plan Video included

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    New models from the National Weather Service could change the plans moving forward for Wichita County and Wichita Falls officials.

    Rising Waters 2015: Stay Out Of The Water

    Rising Waters 2015: Stay Out Of The Water Video included

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    Wichita County health officials want every Texomans to know they could put not just their safety, but also puts their health at risk if they choose to enter local bodies of water.

    Wichita Falls & Wichita County Officials Urge Residents to Monitor Conditions

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    Wichita Falls, Texas- Officials from the City of Wichita Falls and Wichita County are urging all residents to monitor weather updates and news reports on television, radio, newspaper, social media and websites related to the possibility of severe flooding.

    Flood Waters Cause Closures and Cancellations

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    Wichita Falls, Texas - City Departments have released cancellations of events caused by the flood conditions.

    Local Organization Helping Flood Victims

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    A Wichita Falls organization is helping those who have lost items that are not easily replaced due to the floods.

    Rising Waters 2015: Officials Release Maps of 2007 Flood

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    Wichita County and Wichita Falls City officials held a briefing Thursday evening to discuss the rapidly changing flood situation.  The City of Wichita Falls has also released a map of the 2007 flood, indicating the areas that are expected to be affected during the current event. 

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    This is a look at the top 5 most wanted fugitives in the Texoma area.

    Rising Waters 2015: Hirschi High School Shelter Video included

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    On Thursday, many Texomans headed out to shelters. They were evacuated from their homes earlier that day. 

    Rising Waters 2015: Lake Arrowhead Pollution

    Rising Waters 2015: Lake Arrowhead Pollution Video included

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    For the first time in years people are able to fish off the docks at Lake Arrowhead.

    Fort Sill Recovers Body of Missing Soldier

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    The body of a Fort Sill soldier whose car was found swept away in Medicine Bluff Creek earlier this week has been recovered.

    Rising Waters 2015: Disaster Plan Update

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    A mandatory evacuation order has been issued and city leaders have also released additional information for Wichita Falls residents.

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    • SKYWARN 6 FORECAST

      More Storms, Heavy Rain & Flooding

      More Storms, Heavy Rain & Flooding

      Saturday, May 23 2015 6:55 AM EDT2015-05-23 10:55:33 GMT
      Multiple rounds of storms & heavy rain are possible this weekend.
      Multiple rounds of storms & heavy rain are possible this weekend.
    • Red Cross Provides Shelter for People Flooded Out of Homes

      Red Cross Provides Shelter for People Flooded Out of Homes

      Friday, May 22 2015 5:58 PM EDT2015-05-22 21:58:54 GMT
      The Red Cross has opened shelters for all those who have been flooded out of their homes.
      The Red Cross has opened shelters for all those who have been flooded out of their homes.
    • Rising Waters 2015: City Leaders Discuss Disaster Plan

      Rising Waters 2015: City Leaders Discuss Disaster Plan

      Friday, May 22 2015 5:43 PM EDT2015-05-22 21:43:21 GMT
      Wichita County has been declared a disaster zone because of dangerous flooding, and city leaders discussed their plan Wednesday evening.
      Wichita County has been declared a disaster zone because of dangerous flooding, and city leaders discussed their plan Wednesday evening.
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