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We’re hearing that a number of Imperial residents are seeing their water bills double, and in some cases triple recently. What’s going on? I want to know what to expect. - Double-Billed, Imperial This is a Probe question that came in as a...
The heat that's plagued Kansas for the latest few weeks has turned deadly. The NOAA - National Weather Service reports Monday that a 47-year-old man died of an apparent heat stroke Saturday while bicycling near Oxford in Sumner County. Eyewitness News...
Update: The man who died Saturday while bicycling was training for a charity bike ride scheduled to take place in Olathe. Larry L. Godfrey was an experienced bicyclist and knew the route he was riding well. He would ride from Arc City to Oxford, about 20...
Tags: Heat Stroke, Weather, General Electric Company, Sports, Health
Despite relief from recent rains, Lake Okeechobee water levels dropped too low for too long this year and violated state standards intended to protect the environment, according to Audubon of Florida. Water management decisions combined with this year&...
Attractive yards make homes and neighborhoods look better, and make your city or county environment healthier and prettier, too. Hampton’s Clean City Commission and master gardeners share these tips on how to create and maintain a yard that looks...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe scorching Texas drought is causing our lakes to slowly disappear. Lake Arlington is down six feet, and it's dropping and average of two inches every day. Visitors to the lake are making light of the bad situation, for now. Robert Tinoco spends a...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds, Weather, Texas, Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure
Fox59The Zionsville fire department issued a statement, Wednesday, expressing concern about high water use in the area. Firefighters are afraid low water pressure could affect their ability to tackle fires. The statement comes after Indianapolis water...
Tags: Water Supply, Zionsville, WXIN
At a small construction site tucked between an ice skating rink and an office building, students, professors and contractors sing along to country music as they put the finishing touches on two small houses joined in the middle by a manmade wetland....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsWichita is on track for one of the hottest, driest summers in history. Area towns like Augusta and Mulvane have put water restrictions in place as sources dry up. What about Wichita? “We are pumping a lot of water, over 100 million gallons a day to...
Tags: Water Supply
Dumping billions of gallons of water out to sea in the midst of a lingering drought is South Florida's water-supply irony. Drought concerns quickly can become flooding scares in the course of a summer afternoon downpour because there's not enough water...
Texas Tribune FORT WORTH — At the plant that treats most of the city’s sewage, water sloshes and foams within giant concrete walls. This is cleaned-up sewage, made even purer by processes the plant expanded just a few months ago. Now, some...
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