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Because winter storms and spring flooding can lead to contamination and damage, spring is an ideal time to test private water systems.

Julie Geiss considers the falling water levels in Lake Powell and Lake Mead and is reminded that fresh water is not something we should take for granted.

In unlucky parts of the world, clean drinking water is scarce or limited. Although many Americans don't face that issue, we need to conserve water.

As talks about infrastructure continue in Washington, D.C., the National Ground Water Association wants lawmakers to remember water wells. More than 40 million people, mostly in rural areas, depend on about 15 million residential water wells as their main source of clean water.

Judith Sutherland's grandfather, R.H. Young, was a gifted a water witcher, or dowser.

The Clarion River in northwestern Pennsylvania has been voted the state's 2019 River of the Year.

Ohio ag department hears concerns over a proposal that would change rules for distressed watersheds in the state.

Who are the biggest water users and where could we cut back? Alan Guebert investigates these questions in this week's column.

Tests show small amounts of pharmaceuticals in some north central Pennsylvania well water.

Recognizing the importance of river corridor protection, Ohio pioneered the river preservation movement with the nation's first Scenic Rivers Act.