This lack of rain has almost reached a breaking point for wheat producers in Northwest Oklahoma and the Panhandle.
Without significant rain in the next 10 days, Oklahoma Secretary of Agriculture Terry Peach says the state's average wheat production could drop from 140 million bushels to 80 million or less.
Wheat currently is at a critical stage known as hollow stem.
That happens when the developing head is still below the soil surface.
The rain is critical to further growth, but no rain is predicted for the next 7 days.
With summer just around the river bend, precautions need to be put in place to make sure your kids and pets are safe while in the water.
Deaf Smith County Sheriff's Office is asking residents to keep an eye on their farming property as there's in increase in theft.
Amarillo Animal Management & Welfare received 20 tons of food for animals in their care, courtesy of a local business.
Traffic on I-40 and Grand have been reopened after a wreck caused both westbound and eastbound lanes to close this morning.
Over 130 students at Westover Park Junior High are showing off their hard work to their peers, parents and the community, through the first-ever Westover Park Junior High Science Symposium.