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Corps Of Engineers
Latest Corps Of Engineers Items
A nuclear dump in western Pennsylvania could contain far more waste than originally thought, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's inspector general said in a new report.
A company wants to build a large dock at its Kuskokwim River landing downriver of the Bethel port.
Federal lawmakers from states along the Upper Missouri River asked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday to disclose steps it's taking to prepare for potential spring floods as snowpack levels continue to climb in the Rockies.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has proposed removing a dam on the Green River near Mammoth Cave National Park.
Mississippi is one of only four states receiving additional funds from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for dredging and flood control along its major tributaries, according to U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.
Deep beneath the surface of Texas' only naturally formed lake there used to swim a massive, open-mouthed dinosaur-era fish with a long snout and prized caviar. Now, decades after the paddlefish was almost completely wiped out, it's coming back to Caddo Lake.
Reports of beach erosion and the need to better stabilize the city's seawall prompted action from the Pascagoula City Council.
Corps of Engineers officials are holding several workshops in Missouri and Illinois in the next two weeks to discuss flood preparation with local officials.
Picayune Item Managing Editor Will Sullivan is retiring Feb. 28, after 43 years in newspapers.