Flight attendants say there is a dirty secret about the tap water on airplanes: It’s potentially contaminated.
As rainstorms flood California with rain, the weather is presenting challenges to stormwater managers.
The city that endangered residents by serving up lead-contaminated water will soon resume a controversial practice designed to compel delinquent customers to pay up: water shutoffs.
A water system in Montana that has been plagued with chronic water problems recently warned residents about uranium contamination.
Public interest advocates are pushing California lawmakers to establish a safe drinking water fund to fight chronic water contamination problems.
Georgia scored a critical court victory in the latest round of its lengthy water war with Florida.
Alaska scored below average in a new report on its infrastructure quality, earning a “D” for drinking water systems.
A recent experiment by a cybersecurity researcher exposed vulnerabilities in the water system.
A giant utility near Washington, DC, is rolling out a new financial program focused on making loans available to local businesses.
The Mississippi Supreme Court shot down an attempt by state utility regulators to set rules for water utilities on the issue of domestic violence.
Michigan is withdrawing the water-bill assistance it has provided Flint residents since the lead contamination crisis came to light three years ago.
New data released by NASA shows that parts of California are sinking rapidly, and state water managers say groundwater over-pumping must be restricted to protect aqueducts and flood control structures.
Using fast-track procedures, Congress killed an Obama administration regulation aimed at protecting streams from mining waste earlier this month.
The city of North Pole, AK, has plans to expand its water system to cover residents affected by a major sulfolane spill at a former refinery.