It’s raining in California. Is the drought over?
Complaints about a sewage backup in a Florida Keys neighborhood prompted an investigation that ended in tragedy when three men died in a wastewater trench.
A water main break in a Texas city recently flooded an entire neighborhood, displacing families and sending a stream through homes and lawns.
The Obama administration is fighting for a controversial water regulation until the very end of its tenure in power.
Water managers say underground water storage is vital as California and other drought-plagued areas seek to capitalize on rain when it comes.
The Ohio city that made national news over two years ago during its algae crisis is considering ways to strengthen the resiliency of its water system.
The water crisis in Louisiana is taking a toll on baptisms, laundromats, and other normal aspects of daily life.
Researchers say that upgrading wastewater treatment plants to improve effluent quality may lead to a reduction in the kind of water pollution that causes fish to become intersex — meaning they have both male and female sex organs — which hinders reproduction.
Officials in Corpus Christi, TX, told residents to completely stop using tap water last month after a dangerous chemical made its way into the water system.
Water utilities hoping to decrease the threat of lead contamination are part of a new collaboration that aims to get lead pipes replaced.
Residents of Flint, MI, say they are being shut out of official discussions of the water crisis.
Environmentalists are taking on an electric utility in a federal regulatory proceeding about the fate of mining wastewater.
As 80 percent of California continues to languish in drought conditions, state regulators are a step closer to allowing the practice of direct potable reuse (DPR).
Officials in Austin are undertaking a major review of how customers pay for water.