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A hot water line broke in Terminal A around 2:15 a.m. and there is a couple inches of standing water in the "skybridge" area of the terminal, which connects the parking garage to the security area, spokeswoman Rosemary Barnes said. All airlines that
Homeowners throughout Kansas, including in the Wichita area, received the letter in the mail this week imploring them to buy a water service line plan that would help cover costs of any repairs. It came complete with a label with the homeowners'
A new community corrections resource center is a core element to Humboldt's realignment plan, county Chief Probation Officer Bill Damiano told the board, adding that a center could serve as a one-stop shop for reducing recidivism -- or repeat
A rental car business was flooded after a break in an underground water line. On Wednesday around 1:53 p.m., a fire crew responded to the Budget Rent A Car located on the 800 block of 45th Street in Saskatoon, according to a news release. The major
We were ready to move, but we have to deal with Caltrans, SHN Engineering's Michael Veach said. We were trying to put in a much tighter time frame than Caltrans would allow. As a part of the construction, a portion of the Avenue of the Giants will
The Henderson Water Utility has lifted a boil water advisory that was enacted over the weekend following a water line break in the north end of Henderson...Wednesday after the roughly 40 bacteriological samples taken from a Green River Road water
Ben Holtz, an Escondido avocado farmer on some of his 70 acres north of Escondido...Aiming to help Escondido's struggling farmers get cheaper water, city officials are moving forward with a $12 million pipeline expansion that will bring treated sewer
A large water line break in front of the Piggly Wiggly on Lurleen Wallace Boulevard has forced the shutdown of two lanes of traffic. According to city officials, the lanes will remain closed until the break has been fixed, which could take until
Veach, of Eureka's SHN Engineering, said he is working with contractors to get bids for the project to fit within the $234,000 grant offered by the state Department of Public Health. I've spoken to the community services district about it, he said...
Durango Herald Durango Public Works employees, clockwise from left, Steven Bradford, Justin Shauinger, Gilbert Martinez, Robert Brunson, Mike Buckley and Jason Wright work to close a valve on a broken 12-inch water line on Monday at Memorial Park,