Not Enough Oxygen - Scientists Predict Near-Record Gulf of Mexico 'Dead Zone'Each summer the Gulf of Mexico hosts a human-caused "dead zone" that kills off marine life and this year scientists are predicting a near-record sized area.
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.
'Red Tide' Algae Shows Up Along Texas CoastExperts said that the algae bloom known as 'red tide' has been found along parts of South Texas. The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department confirmed 'red tide' in areas of the Rio Grande Valley and near Corpus Christi.
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.
Possum Kingdom Lake Recovering From AlgaeThe Texas Parks & Wildlife Department said Wednesday that Possum Kingdom Lake has shown signs of recovery after a 2010 fish kill that was blamed on golden alga.
Heat Leads To Warnings & Closures At Area Lakes If you're planning on swimming or boating at an area lake this Labor Day weekend there are closures and health warnings you need to know about.
Fish Mystery Solved For Keller ResidentsA shallow, narrow neighborhood lake cuts through the Highland Oaks subdivision in Keller. It attracts kids with fishing poles in the summertime, and wildlife on the banks. But it turned from lively to lethal in just one night recently.