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11/18/05

State Will Not Offer Lubbock Funding For Water

A half-billion dollar pipeline proposal backed by the City of Lubbock won't be offered state funding or permits.

All week long we have been telling you about the future of Lubbock's water supply. The city sought to have the "Canadian River Municipal Water Authority" pipeline included in a long-term water plan. But, the state says Lubbock submitted the plan too late. Dallas is also interested in the same water, however the state has recognized that the issue is important to our region.

11/14/05
Lubbock's Water Crisis: Supply At Hand
Just a couple years ago, no one would have believed it if you said Lubbock's water supply will run out within a decade. But today city leaders are trying to solve a very real threat. NewsChannel 11 wanted to know exactly what they are doing to keep the water running. In the first of a three part series, Darcy Tucker brings you the results of her three month investigation.
11/15/05
Lubbock's Water Crisis: Sources and Costs
The city is considering some expensive options to keep water flowing to your tap in the future. One of those could cost two to three hundred million dollars. Where exactly is taxpayer money headed? NewsChannel 11's Darcy Tucker continues an in-depth investigation.
11/16/05
Lubbock's Water Crisis: Keys to the Future
Could your lush green lawn be a thing of the past? City leaders say we need to get serious about changing our ways when it comes to water. In the last of a three part series on Lubbock's water crisis, NewsChannel 11's Darcy Tucker tackles conservation.

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