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A Clash Over Water in Central Texas

The state's record dry spell has rice farmers, growing cities and a proposed coal plant competing for water from drought-stricken lakes. This is the first in a five-part print and radio series, "Water Fight," with KUT News.

Residents of Lake Travis have extended staircases and moved docks further out to accommodate lower lake levels. Some say t...

The state's record dry spell has rice farmers, growing cities and a proposed coal plant competing for water from drought-stricken lakes. This is the first in a five-part print and radio series, "Water Fight," with KUT News.

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