Richardson Homeowners Still Seeking Answers After Major Damage From Broken Water Line 2 Weeks AgoOn Thursday, homeowners went to a special board meeting hosted by the North Texas Municipal Water District.
Insurance Experts Weigh In On Richardson Water Line BreakCBS 11 spoke with insurance experts at Insurance Solutions Group in North Richland Hills who say the insurance companies aren’t to be held liable here, but neither are the residents.
Homeowners Affected By Ruptured Water Line Frustrated, Repairs Draining Their WalletsA Richardson water line that ruptured last week is up and running again, but the damage it caused remains.
Restrictions Lifted As Water Line Back In Service In RichardsonThe North Texas Municipal Water District repaired a section of 72-inch water pipeline that experienced a break in the 4500 block of Crystal Mountain Drive.
Richardson Water Pipeline Expected Back In Service Late MondayNTMWD is still urging residents of Richardson, Garland, Murphy, Plano, Sachse and Wylie to keep irrigation systems off to conserve supplies for essential needs.
Outdoor Watering Prohibited In Richardson During Water Main Repair; Other Cities ConservingOutdoor watering is prohibited until further notice and customers are asked to limit indoor water use as work is done to repair a break on a transmission line.
Richardson Calling For Emergency Water Conservation After Main BreakRichardson residents are being asked to limit water use to essential uses only as work is done to repair a break on a North Texas Municipal Water District water main.
Sewage Spill Contained In Dallas Impacting White Rock Lake ActivitiesTwo state agencies are investigating a large spill that sent one million gallons of raw sewage into White Rock Creek in far North Dallas.
More Than 1 Million Gallons Of Sewage Likely Won't End Up In White Rock LakeThe North Texas Municipal Water District said Thursday experts are still evaluating how far sewage from a leak in Plano Wednesday has traveled.
Brockovich In Frisco: 'We Shouldn't Be Having These Problems, Everybody Needs Water'Erin Brockovich's water expert, Robert Bowcock, said the water district is using too much chlorine during water maintenance.
Expert: State, County Health Departments Should Investigate Skin Rashes Due To WaterErin Brockovich was a no-show at a meeting at the North Texas Municipal Water District, which she has criticized in a series of Facebook posts.
Environmentalist Erin Brockovich In North Texas To Address Water QualityJust weeks after raising concerns about the chemicals being used to treat water in Plano, famed environmentalist Erin Brockovich is visiting North Texas.