water shortage

Teen sisters turn origami into fund for clean water projects

Origami. In all shapes and sizes. On the piano. On the tables. On the shelves. The Adams family home in Dallas has been taken over by the ancient art, but no one seems to mind. Those paper creations are funding clean water projects around the world and saving lives. A cluttered home is a small price to pay in exchange.

Donations pour in for community without water for nearly two weeks

For nearly two weeks, it's been one step forward and two steps back for people who live in Marshall. The 100 or so people there still can't drink their water. There are new concerns it may be contaminated with E. coli. Until further notice, crews said the water can only be used for flushing toilets.