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This Week in Texas Water

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Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts monitors what is happening in Texas water. Here is a summary for the week.

Report: EPA Power Plan Would Save Texas Water, Texas Tribune

Texas Ranchers Claim EPA’s Plan to Redefine ‘Navigable Waters’ Will Hurt Cattle Industry, Southeast Texas Record

Study: Energy Plan Would Save Water, News-Journal

How Underground Sensors in Texas Will Help NASA Predict Drought and Floods, State Impact

New Report Looks at Fracking Amid Drought, Denton Record-Chronicle

Texas Oil Company Pleads Guilty to Dumping Wastewater Into Gulf, KENS 5

Energy Industry Faces Water Challenges, San Antonio Express-News

Water Wars Part 1: Pumping Water for Fracking Sparks Concern Along River, CBS 7

Water Wars Part 2: Company Responds to Pipeline Concerns, CBS 7

Water Development Board Accepting Applications for SWIFT Projects, San Angelo Live

Legislature: Bill Would Increase Transparency for Projects Funded Using the State Water Implementation Fund, Cypress Creek Mirror

TWDB: Level Playing Field Given in Water Funds Prioritization, Standard-Times

Decades-old Desal Goals Inch Closer to Reality, Caller Times

LCRA Seeks to Suspend Releases From Highland Lakes for Fourth Straight Year, LCRA

Citing Drought, LCRA Seeks to Curb Highland Lake Releases in 2015, Austin American-Statesman

Introducing Sprinkl: Water and Money Savings in One Sleek Product, Sys-Con Media

Early Tests Don’t Find Tainted Water From Oil Boom, San Antonio Express-News

Weather, Pinch on Supplies Drive Cattle Prices Up, Prairie Business

U.S. Farm Irrigation Becomes More Efficient, Moves East, Circle of Blue

EPA Plans New Toxin Guidelines for Drinking Water, ABC News

Drinking Toilet Water Isn’t That Weird Right? Eagle Ford Texas

Council Member Proposes Ban on Toxic Asphalt Sealant, Time Warner Cable News

Getting In On the Water Rush, Hanford Sentinel

Americans Are Using Less Water Than We Did in 1970, Smithsonian

Free Money to Save Water? You Can Do It, and Here’s How, Take Part

Underground Water Bubble Is Huge Help During Drought, KSAT 12

Hays County Shoots Down Plan for Regional Water Group, Austin American-Statesman

Quenching Our Future: City of El Paso to Wean Itself From River Water, El Paso Times

Abengoa Clinches Controversial Texas PPP Deal, Global Water Intelligence

CBS 11 I-Team Looks At What’s In Your Water Tower, CBS DFW

USGS Studies Sediment Movement in San Antonio River Basin, Goliad Advance-Guard

BP Money Benefits Coastal Bend Conservation Projects, Caller Times

San Antonio Works to Protect Endangered Species, Austin American-Statesman

Newer Hybrids Give Corn Producers Options, Laboratory Equipment

Recent Rains Helping Local Christmas Tree Farm, KVUE

Lawmaker Spoke to Grand Jury After Making TRWD Complaint, Star-Telegram

Taylor Files Bill to Expedite Water Access Permits, Plano Star Courier

Groundwater Levels Down in Bell County, Killeen Daily Herald

Grant Process Underway for Residents Seeking Water, Tyler Morning Telegraph

Council to Consider $38 Million for CRMWD Water, OA Online

City of Victoria Downgrades Drought Plan, Victoria Advocate

In Wichita Falls, a Record Rainfall Provides Hope, Star-Telegram

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