When you get close to your data limit, chances are you stop streaming all those cat videos. But what do you do when you’re using a ton of water? How can you figure out what cutting back on usage will save you?
As the friendly bear with the brimmed hat and shovel enters his golden years, he’s burning up Twitter. But his message of fire prevention hasn’t changed much.
The City of Murphy set new rules about landscaping, banning homeowners from installing synthetic turf and artificial grass in areas visible from the street.
City workers in Colleyville have been engaged in what, so far, seems like a futile fight. Despite aggressive treatment, the West Nile Virus keeps popping up in one area — over and over.
They are a species about the size of a dime, but the damage they are causing will cost one city millions. Zebra mussels have moved from Lake Ray Roberts into the water system in Denton.
It seems like a common sense warning — “don’t feed the alligators.” That’s exactly what a Denton County game warden wants people who use Lewisville Lake to know and what CBS 11 News found out about alligators in the lake is getting a lot of attention.
There’s usually a silver lining to Texas’ hot, dry summers — no pollen and a break for seasonal allergy sufferers, but not this year.
Drought and destruction of habitat are forcing adult egrets to fly farther in search of food, leaving their little ones at the mercy of their thirst.
Mark Ruffalo had a big smile on his face as he signed ticket stubs and posed for pictures, as Leilani Munter’s car included an ad for his The Solutions Project organization.
Water flowed freely from Plano fire hydrants Thursday in an effort to improve quality despite the city’s Stage 3 Water Restrictions.
City council members in Denton on Tuesday night could have made history by approving a ban on fracking. But instead, voters will have the final word.
The proposed ban on hydraulic fracking in Denton will go to city voters this November after City Council members voted early Wednesday against an outright ban in a 5-2 vote that came after an eight-hour plus public hearing.
The Chevrolet EcoAd grant paid for green improvements around Randol Mill Park. Those involved hosted a dedication ceremony on May 7, 2011.