- Rural Texas counties fear impact of water vote Updated: Nov-30-13 2:39 pm
- Kan. aqueduct project faces challenges Updated: Nov-30-13 11:45 am
- Official: Trinity, Edwards aquifers in good shape Updated: Nov-09-13 1:28 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - Officials from the few rural Texas counties where voters opposed a $2 billion water spending measure that was overwhelmingly approved are wary of big-city thirsts sucking them dry.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Aside from the potentially billions of dollars it could cost to divert water from the Missouri River to western Kansas, the negotiations among interested parties would make such an infrastructure project a daunting task.
TEMPLE, Texas - Fresh water will flow from the Trinity and Edwards aquifers in Central Texas for the next 50 years if area residents continue to manage their consumption habits and at least intermittent rain falls, an aquifer official says.