About 7 million people in Texas, including residents of Houston, Arlington, Fort Worth, Tyler and San Antonio need to boil their water to ensure it's safe for cooking and drinking.
A $120 million loan could cut up to 8 years off a project to swap out pipes that are contaminating water as it flows from the city's primary processing plant into homes.
In Pakistan's port city, gangs siphon off water from government pipes and resell it to residents. Surprisingly, the municipal water board is now partnering with the mafia to distribute it.
Gov. John Bel Edwards told residents of the North Louisiana town Friday not to use tap water after officials found water going to three buildings was contaminated with lead or copper.
Tests show the water is improving overall, but officials aren't ready to publicly declare the water safe again. And even when they do, many residents say they will have a hard time believing it.
One year has passed since Flint's mayor declared a state of emergency over lead tainted water. And frustration abounds as even now the water isn't safe to drink without being additionally filtered.
A federal judge has tentatively signed off on the agreement between local residents and two companies over a 2014 chemical spill that contaminated drinking water for hundreds of thousands of people.
Residents affected by a leak of a coal-washing chemical into the Elk River reached a deal with a chemical company. A class-action suit against a water company was set to move forward in federal court.
As a federal state of emergency ends for Flint, Mich., Mayor Karen Weaver says residents don't trust that government officials have fully addressed the lead contamination of their water.