Plugged In: Giving BackDid you know that 844 million people lack access to safe clean water and more than 2 billion people don’t have access to adequate sanitation?
First Images Sent Back From InSight Mars Lander Moments After TouchdownSpace lovers are anxiously awaiting for NASA to land its latest spacecraft this afternoon— a vehicle called InSight that will sit on Mars' surface and listen for quakes during the next two years.
Boil Water Notice Issued For West Fort Worth NeighborhoodThe Fort Worth Water Department issued a boil water advisory Saturday morning after water tested positive for total coliform bacteria.
Prestonwood Lake Dam At Risk Of Breaking In North ArlingtonA private dam is failing in north Arlington.
Making Water From Air Wins Couple $1.5 Million XPrizeShipping containers, wood chips and other waste or debris is used to produce as much as 528 gallons of water a day at a cost of no more than 2 cents a quart.
Neighborhood To City: Stop Construction That's Making Flooding Worse People in Fort Worth made a plea to the city Tuesday to stop construction they believe is leading to more flooding.
Residents Demand Action After Crucial County Road Floods AgainMore rain means more headaches for some Collin County residents who live near Wilson Creek.
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.
Johnson County Community Dealing With 'Repulsive' Water IssuesThose who live in a neighborhood northwest of Joshua off Sky Road said for about the last two weeks their water has either been murky white, brown or won't even turn on.
Johnson County Community Without Running Water For 3 DaysSince Saturday, it's been a rough go for a community just outside the Venus city limits south of Mansfield.
NASA Finds 'Water Ice' On The Surface Of The MoonScientists have long believed that water ice could exist in the ever-dark recesses at the moon's poles and that belief has finally been confirmed in a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Aug. 20.
North Texas Cattle Rancher Thrives By Going NativeCattle is the largest cash crop in Texas, but it's a thirsty crop. One rancher in North Texas has learned how to take whatever Mother Nature gives and run with it.