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The 33 NewsThe Metroplex hit its 29th straight day of triple digit heat Saturday, and with a lack of rain recently, the weather is forcing some North Texas cities to ask its residents to conserve water. In Southlake, the watering rules were simply laid out: Water...
FOX40 NewsWith a near-record snowpack and reservoirs in Northern California filled to the brim, some homeowners in the valley are wondering why their local governments are employing “water cops” this year. When a banner water year coincides with a...
Tags: Politics, Local Government
Tropical Storm Emily could bring the extended soaking water managers say is needed to lift South Florida out of a lingering drought. July’s rains provided a welcome boost to South Florida water supplies suffering from the driest October-to-June...
COSTA MESA — A butterfly fluttered briefly above a lush red bloom bursting from atop a thorny succulent, before flying off toward dozens of other blossoms hidden in a small corner of the Orange County Fair. Various hummingbirds and bees were...
I have two huge cottonwood trees. This spring, they began to start oozing sap. It started with just a fine sort of spray covering everything within a 100-foot radius or so. Now it is coming down in full-sized droplets! The trees also have not stopped...
Tags: Forests, Idaho, Natural Resources, Forestry and Timber, Health
Fox59The recent heat wave caused a sudden spike in demand in water, requiring water companies to pump 10s of millions of gallons more water through the system. The increase caused the pressure to fluctuate, blowing out water mains all around central Indiana....
Tags: Water Supply, Indiana
South Florida golf courses could get a break from emergency watering restrictions, despite warnings that the water supply strain continues. The South Florida Water Management District since March has required golf courses in Broward and Palm Beach...
KIAHHot as hades outside huh?! To help put it in perspective, throughout the horn of Africa, in countries like Ethiopia and Kenya, as many as 11-million people are at risk of severe malnutrition or starvation as the region faces the worst drought conditions...
Tags: Islam, Famines, UNICEF, Human Interest, Disasters and Accidents
The 33 NewsScoot Billups is just one of the many Coppell residents whose yard is suffering in this year's drought. "Not your typical summer around here," Billups said. "Everybody, you see, just has brown spots throughout. You're just not getting good water...
Tags: Water Supply
firstname.lastname@example.orgMost take it for granted, that they'll be able to flush their toilets. Sunday, life-long Kemp resident Norma Rose is afraid to try. She's afraid to waste the water. "I think of all the ways I use water. It's there. You just don't think about it not being...
Tags: Water Supply, Human Interest, Texas
Daily American Staff WriterGarrett Borough Council members discussed progress of multimillion dollar water treatment and sewage projects during a meeting Monday. Completion of a water treatment plant project has caused major grief for some residents. Water quality problems...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Water Supply
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