With More Rain In Forecast, Tarrant County Water Engineers On High AlertWater engineers are on high alert this week, with more rain expected to fall on lakes and rivers that are already full.
Independent Review Coming For Trinity River Vision ProjectThe review comes after public officials questioned if the government will fully fund the billion dollar project.
$1.1B Panther Island Project Not A Done Deal, Review LikelyThe Tarrant Regional Water District’s board of directors voted Tuesday to support a program review of the Trinity River Vision, while also pushing back against suggestions there was any malfeasance.
Emergency Meeting After Calls To Halt Panther Island ProjectThe Tarrant Regional Water District board is holding a special meeting Tuesday to discuss the Panther Island project.
Fort Worth Police Returning To Old Training Center That May Not Be Usable In 5 YearsSeven years ago Fort Worth sold its aging police and fire training center on Calvert St., and moved out. Now, police are getting ready to move back in.
Officials Recover Man's Body In Eagle Mountain LakeOfficials recovered the body of a man in Eagle Mountain Lake early Saturday morning and also found a woman and three children stranded in the lake.
More Rain Forces Area Lake ClosuresThe Tarrant Regional Water District started closing lakes Tuesday, as the effects from last year’s record rains continued to spill over into the new season.
Fly Fishing Festival Coming To Fort WorthThe Tarrant Regional Water District and Fort Worth's urban angling community will be hosting a fly fishing festival on March 12 at the Clear Fork of the Trinity River. Fishers of every skill level are welcome.
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.