Halloween rains drive flood of trick-or-treaters to mall, annual record for area rainfall in...

Music City Mall -- Lewisville was jam-packed the evening of Oct. 31 as Lewisville residents scrambled to find a place to trick-or-treat indoors and...

Soggy week in store

Via the National Weather Service: A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect for all of North and Central Texas through 7 PM Thursday. Widespread showers...

For storm season, have multiple means to receive warnings

By THOMAS COOK cook@LewisvilleTexan.com The lack of outdoor warning sirens during the March 29 storm in Lewisville has left some residents concerned about receiving storm warnings....

CoServ foundation grants $12,000 to Love Thy Neighbor, Salvation Army gets emergency canteen

  Local nonprofit Love Thy Neighbor helps the Salvation Army with its clothing assistance program for families in need. The community donates gently used clothes...

Hail pounds northern Lewisville

Sunday night's storms brought large damaging hail to northern parts of Lewisville, mostly to the north of Valley Ridge.  Hail ranged in size from...

Weather unlikely to cause commute issues, but city is ready

While Lewisville may see some snow flurries Thursday night into Friday, no accumulations are currently expected to cause any major traffic problems.  The National...

Here we go again— Lewisville Lake back in flood pool

Rain fills lake, and forces cancellation of National Trails Day activities By STEVE SOUTHWELL In the past 7 days, due to seemingly incessant rainfall, Lewisville Lake...

Parade, some outdoor Holiday Stroll events cancelled

With cold rainy weather forecast for North Texas over the weekend, Lewisville officials have decided to cancel the Christmas parade which had been scheduled...

Daylight will dim with Monday’s solar eclipse

A solar eclipse will be visible across the entire U.S. on Monday, Aug. 21, but only a 70–mile–wide swath of the country will be...

Wind and winter weather in store for Thursday

Denton County is under a winter weather advisory Thursday afternoon, Jan. 11, from 2 p.m. through 8 p.m.  We'll start today in the 50s,...