JACKSON, Mississippi (AP) — Mississippi’s capital is grappling with multiple water issues — too much on the ground after heavy rains last week, and not enough clean water flowing through pipes for people to use it.
Parts of Jackson were without running water on Tuesday because flooding exacerbated longstanding problems at one of two water treatment plants. The town of 150,000 people had already been on a boil water advisory for a month because the Department of Health found cloudy water that could cause digestive problems.
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