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Wharton mayor continues to urge residents to leave as Colorado River rises
The city of Wharton's mayor is still calling for a voluntary evacuation for the west side of the city due to the rise of the Colorado River. A press conference is being held at 8 a.m. Friday. Watch the livestream on Click2Houston.com.
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