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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&...
email@example.comMost 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: Human Interest, Texas, Water Supply
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...
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, Water Supply, Elections
An article in the Aug. 12, 1911 edition of The Argus reported on damage from a severe storm. Lightning struck the home of Mr. Emil Fisher, Smithwood avenue, last Friday night, causing damage of several hundred dollars. The bolt struck the roof near the...
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — In parched West Texas, drilling for oil has often been easier than finding new sources of water. For years, communities have been dealing with a diminishing water supply. And water has become even scarcer during this year's...
Tags: California, Texas
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: Disasters and Accidents, UNICEF, Human Interest, Islam, Famines
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.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: Fishing, Weather, Texas, Lakes and Ponds, 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: WXIN, Water Supply, Zionsville
email@example.comFort Worth set a new record this year for the most water pumped during the month of June. It pumped 8 billion gallons of water, breaking its record of 7.8 billion in June, 2006. Those high usage numbers could spell trouble for rest of the summer. The...
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