North Texas Finding New Places To Generate PowerFor 40 years, the Tarrant Regional Water District just focused on getting water to the region. Now that water, is helping quench our thirst for power.
Despite Spring Rain, Drought Returns To North TexasThe summer months, and scorching heat, brought with it no rain.
Tarrant Regional Water District Offers Refunds To 3 CitiesThe Tarrant Regional Water District is returning more than $4 million dollars to water providers who paid up front for water production that wasn't needed due to recent rains and falling demand.
Fort Worth Closing Lake Worth Boat Ramps TonightThe closure is due to concerns about lake level being so high boat wakes could cause flooding in some homes Friday.
Possible Tap Water Taste & Odor Issues For Fort Worth ResidentsSome residents in Fort Worth may notice a slight change in the taste and color of their tap water. This week the Tarrant Regional Water District changed the city's water source.
Water Restrictions Likely Coming To Irving ResidentsNew water restriction rules may soon be in place for Irving residents.
Wetland Water Re-Use Project Saving North Texans MillionsIn the middle of extreme drought, fresh water is pouring into Richland Chambers reservoir near Corsicana. It’s more than 60-million gallons per day, enough to supply more than 350,000 people in North Texas.
Area Lakes Need More RainfallThursday’s heavy rains across parts of North Texas put at least a small dent in our years-long drought.
Tarrant Water Board Approves Pipeline DealThe Tarrant Regional Water District board on Tuesday approved a nearly $93 million construction contract as part of a pipeline project to transport water from East Texas.
North Texas City Considering Making Water Restrictions PermanentLast summer North Texans were asked to make water concessions because of the drought, now at least one city is considering making some watering restrictions permanent.
Tarrant County Stage 2 Water Restrictions Possible, Despite Lower DemandAs we hit the traditional end of summer, North Texas' water resources seem to be holding their own despite hot weather demands.
Tarrant Regional Water District Sued Over Election TermsThe water supplier for nearly two-million people in North Texas is facing a new lawsuit.