Algae Blamed For Stinking Up Arlington's WaterResidents are complaining about stinky and funny tasting water in Arlington but the water utilities department claims it's perfectly safe.
Strength In Numbers: Families Shed Excess Pounds TogetherSometimes the best workout partner is someone from your own family, according to experts.
Father, Son Who Died During Duck Hunting Trip ID'dAuthorities identified a father and his 5-year-old son this afternoon after the two died while duck hunting on Monday.
Water Flowing Again In Mineral Wells; Can't Drink It YetThe normally busy row of restaurants leading into town once again had cars parked in front after being closed for two days without water.
Water Outage Fixed In North Texas Town Famous For Water WellsOfficials in Mineral Wells say once water begins flowing through taps, they're urging residents of the city of nearly 17,000 about 45 miles west of Fort Worth to boil the water over the next two days before using it.
Water Main Leak Leaves Much Of Mineral Wells Without WaterThe water main is fixed. It will be four to six hours before water is flowing again and then there will be a 48-hour boil water notice.
Water Service Out In Most Of Mineral WellsThe water reportedly went out around 12:30 p.m.
New EPA Report: Fracking "Can Impact Drinking Water Resources"An EPA report about fracking is reigniting fears over the extraction of oil and gas from rock below the earth.
Michigan AG: More Charges Coming In Flint Water ProbeThe Michigan attorney general is announcing more criminal charges in the Flint water investigation. Nine people so far have been charged in the investigation.
Obama Sets Rule To Protect Streams Near Coal MinesThe Obama administration on Monday set final rules designed to reduce the environmental impact of coal mining on the nation's streams, a long-anticipated move that met quick resistance from Republicans who vowed to overturn it under President-elect Donald Trump.
Corpus Christi Eases Tap-Water Drinking Restrictions in Some AreasOfficials eased restrictions on tap water use in outlying parts of Corpus Christi, nearly 24 hours after warning all 320,000 residents to stop using it because a harmful chemical had leaked into the water supply.
Corpus Christi's Water Deemed Unsafe Due To Chemical LeakA harmful chemical from an asphalt plant leaked into the water supply in Corpus Christi, forcing school closures, disrupting commerce and causing a run on bottled water at supermarkets in the Gulf Coast city.