Nearly half of the state’s population relies on the Trinity River for some of its water needs.
As the water supply continues to dwindle the water reuse project that will turn waste water into drinking water is moving into a new stage.
It doesn't seem like we'll be getting any relief from this continuing drought, not any time soon at least. That's forcing Wichita Falls officials to prepare for the worst and find every drop of useable water that's available.
Officials will look at ways to make waste water into potable water.