According to the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB), the population of Texas is expected to double by 2060, but the water supply is expected to decrease by 20 percent.
Several cities are discussing treating waste water for re-use as drinking water. Big Spring Texas has been doing it for a couple of years, proving that when odds are stacked against you, you have to think outside the box.
KRBC's Chief Meteorologist Randy Turner traveled to San Angelo to visit the West Texas Weather Modification Association.
Water week continues on KTAB, and tonight, we go to Eastland county where Lake Leon is on a steady decline.
Taking effluent waste water and making it usable once again once seemed disgusting, but not anymore.
The West Texas Modification Association is using science to fight the Texas drought.
Morning Meteorologist Adrian Castellano spent some time in Snyder to find out why Snyder's water supply is regarded as one of the most consistent in the Big Country.
Lake Brownwood is on the rise after a devastating drought in 2011.
The drought continues in west Texas with a lack of inflow to our waterways since 2007. Hubbard Creek is one of the key players in our water system here in the Big Country.
The city of Brownwood will evaluate costs and time of the proposed project to take waste water from the treatment plant to Lake Brownwood on Monday.
It was more than a month ago that boaters at Lake Ivie told KTAB news that the last boat ramp open at the lake could be closed by the first of May, because of the low lake level.
How to prevent mosquito's from breeding around your home.
The 2014 drought continues to take its toll on Lake Fort Phantom. Now at 43 percent capacity, levels will drop if dry weather continues to hover the Big Country.