A major water main break has left officials in the city of Grand Prairie asking residents to “severely curtail” their water usage for at least the next 24 hours, and that means completely eliminating outdoor watering.
Hot temperatures bring the annual algal bloom that makes drinking water in many North Texas homes and businesses taste and smell crummy.
Officials are telling Fort Worth residents that although the North Texas city’s water currently doesn’t taste or smell very good, it is safe to drink.
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. has become the first major insurance company to say it won’t cover damage related to a gas drilling process that blasts chemical-laden water deep into the ground.
A proposed restaurant and retail development in Grapevine is set to get a moment of truth Tuesday night to see if some contaminated groundwater will keep it from further developing the property.
There’s a new danger polluting the water supply that you may not be aware of. Prescription medicines have been detected in drinking water because they people aren’t properly disposing of them.
With parts of North Texas in Stage-3 water restrictions it might seem counter-intuitive for local water utilities to intentionally flush water “down the drain”… but that’s exactly what some are doing.
Residents living in Azle are still boiling their drinking water after a water main break over the weekend. The break, that happened Saturday morning, dropped water pressure significantly.
The worst drought in Texas history is now leading to a fight for water in parts of southeast Dallas County.
After years of diminishing water supplies, some communities are resorting to a plan that might seem absurd: turning sewage into water.
Water conservation has been turned up a notch in one North Texas community: The water has been cut off.
At the peak of Friday afternoon’s heat, as temperatures soared well above the triple-digit mark, young baseball players sweated it out on the field at the Micky Mantle World Series in McKinney.