Firefighters Run Out Of Water Fighting FireAfter lightning hit the peak of the two-story home on Mockingbird Road in Rendon, fire raced through the attic. Firefighters realized the 3,000 gallons of water they brought with them, wasn’t enough.
Fort Worth Implements Flushing As Preventative MeasureThe Fort Worth Water Department is implementing a practice known as flushing in north Fort Worth after daily monitoring showed lower than normal disinfectant levels in parts of the water distribution system.
Police Now Involved In Battle Over Locked Fire HydrantsThere are new developments in the fight over locked fire hydrants in Lavon. The Lavon Special Utility District is now getting police involved in its battle with the fire department. This latest conflict comes after a firefighter accidentally cut a padlock.
Some Collin County Cities Scaling Back Water RestrictionsSome North Texas cities are already rolling back water restrictions -- just hours after getting the okay. Richardson and McKinney are the first to officially allow residents to run their sprinklers once a week.
Plano Flushes Out Fire Hydrants Despite Water RestrictionsWater flowed freely from Plano fire hydrants Thursday in an effort to improve quality despite the city’s Stage 3 Water Restrictions.
City Leaders: Fire Hydrant Locks Are Putting Residents In DangerAn effort to protect a town's water has gone way too far, that according to both an area fire and police chief. The leaders fear people in the city of Lavon may not be safe, after the water company locked nearly every fire hydrant in town.

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