The mega-slide longer than 3 football fields will be set up on the Paddock Viaduct Bridge along North Main in Fort Worth.
The future of water rates in Dallas is up for debate on Tuesday in Austin. That debate is centered around a dispute between the City of Dallas and the Sabine River Authority.
While on church missions and medical trips, a Texas doctor saw the great need to provide clean water in areas where he worked. Now, he is changing lives thousands of miles away from home.
A U.S. Army veteran in Dallas found herself raising a family in a house with no running water and holes in the roof. As the family survived in a space that was barely livable, a special group came along to offer a home fit for a hero.
You most likely don’t know Ron Perrin. But next time you pour a glass of tap water, you might consider giving him and his crew a toast. Why? Because they work to keep your water clean.
Texas officials have approved final rules for implementing the state’s $2 billion plan for water projects.
Texas officials are poised to consider final rules for implementing the state’s water funding plan on Thursday. Texans needs an additional 2.7 trillion gallons of water by 2060.
Crews will be at work Friday repairing a 16-inch valve on a water main in South Arlington. Get details here on who will see their service interrupted.
There 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.
The sprinklers are now silenced. A desperately dry North Texas city is taking drastic steps to curb water use. Their latest action is the most drastic we’ve seen in the DFW area.
The drilling procedure called fracking didn’t cause much-publicized cases of tainted groundwater in areas of Pennsylvania and Texas, a new study finds. Instead, it blames the contamination on problems in pipes and seals in natural gas wells.
With flu season right around the corner, North Texas schools are teaching students to fight back against germs. But some researchers say one weapon – hand sanitizer – may not be as powerful as many people think.