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Texoma's Sunday Evening Forecast: July 28, 2013

Forecast DiscussionAnother pleasant evening in store for Texoma. Temperatures will drop into the low 70s south of the Red River. Upper 60s can be expected along and North of the Red River. A complex of thunderstorms will develop along the Oklahoma and Kansas border. The best rain chances Sunday nigh Full story

Texoma's Saturday Evening Forecast: July 27, 2013

Forecast DiscussionAnother night of comfortable temperatures can be expected across Texoma tonight due to a cool front that moved in yesterday. The cool front will retreat northward over nightas a warm front. Winds will switch from the east to the south. The upper level ridge of high pressure in the Full story

Texoma's Friday Evening Forecast: July 26, 2013

Forecast DiscussionRain chances will decrease as we go through the evening hours. A cold front will move south into Texoma overnight. This will bring drier and slightly cooler air just in time for the weekend. High pressure will build to our west. Texoma will be under the edge of this high for the n Full story

Waurika Lake Water Users Asked to Reduce Consumption

Water conservation is at the forefront of many Texoman's minds as this drought lingers on and now, six cities across the Red River have been asked to reduce their water consumption from Waurika Lake in an effort to save that valuable resource.Waruika Master Conservancy District Manager David Taylor Full story

Target 3 Water Woes: Part 3

Wichita Falls, TX. -- Even though we're all very thankful for the recent rain,  it isn't enough to be considered a "drought buster"  by any stretch of the imagination, and whether our lakes get much benefit remains to be seen.Community conservation efforts have helped push off stage four restriction Full story

North Dakota clinic is on front lines of abortion-rights battle

FARGO, North Dakota (Reuters) - The signs outside the Red River Women's Clinic in downtown Fargo suggest a place under siege: "It is a federal crime to block the entrance to this building," says one. "No Trespassing," says another. Full story

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Red River peak flooding forecast lowered for Fargo, North Dakota

Fargo, North Dakota, prepares for major Red River flooding

Ed’s comment on flood prep draws fire

Sitting on a surplus, North Dakota wants federal funds to pay for floods

Fargo, North Dakota, braces for major Red River flooding

Fargo braces for floods — but this time it's ready


  Midwest braces for record-breaking season

It has been a water-logged week throughout much of the Midwest. Chicago saw the wettest April on records that caused extensive flooding, and in Michigan dozens of homes were damaged by high waters on a major river. The weather continues as residents in the hardest hit areas guard their properties wi

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A cyclist crosses the Red River of the North with the river two feet above major flood stage at 32 feet on April 29, in Moorhead, Minn., across the river from Fargo, N.D. The river is forecasted to crest Wednesday at 35.5 feet which would the ninth highest observed crest. The record crest of 40.84 f

Flooding from the Red River
Flooding from the Red River

People walk on a narrow strip of land between the flooded Woodlawn Park, background, and the rising Red River, foreground, Sunday, April 28, 2013, in Moorhead. (AP Photo/The Forum, Dave Wallis)

High school students toss sandbags along the Red River in Fargo, N.D.
High school students toss sandbags along the Red River in Fargo, N.D.

High school students toss sandbags down a line in front of homes along the Red River Friday, April 26, 2013, in Fargo, N.D. Hundreds of students pitched in, in what has become a nearly-annual sandbag party, to place 100,000 sandbags around Fargo and help protect homes against Red River flooding.