- Death toll in Washington mudslide hits 39 Updated: Apr-16-14 9:58 pm
- Deepening of Jacksonville port gets approval Updated: Apr-16-14 5:06 pm
- Corps disagrees with mayor on riverfront project Updated: Apr-16-14 9:24 am
- Army Corps beach erosion fix would cost $43.4M Updated: Apr-15-14 12:40 pm
- Ohio EPA says no sediment dumping in Lake Erie Updated: Apr-15-14 9:44 am
- Corps: Part of Oregon Inlet too shallow to dredge Updated: Apr-15-14 8:10 am
- 35 years after flood, river still menaces Jackson Updated: Apr-14-14 5:28 pm
- Artificial reef for oysters completed on coast Updated: Apr-14-14 12:52 pm
- Campgrounds at 5 W.Va. lakes to open in April, May Updated: Apr-14-14 2:07 am
- Pipeline would pass through hundreds of waterways Updated: Apr-12-14 5:07 pm
- Corps says plenty of room in Missouri reservoirs Updated: Apr-10-14 8:52 am
- Vicksburg selling 210 acres once sportsplex site Updated: Apr-09-14 4:28 pm
- Corps seeks volunteers for East Lynn Lake cleanup Updated: Apr-08-14 2:35 am
- Deeper Cowlitz River lets cities breathe easier Updated: Apr-07-14 4:32 pm
- Montana T-rex fossil to move to Smithsonian museum Updated: Apr-06-14 1:52 pm
- Army Corps plans to restore Miss. barrier islands Updated: Apr-04-14 4:32 pm
- Big snowpack increases flood risk Updated: Apr-03-14 2:25 pm
- Coeur d'Alene shade trees on levee can stay Updated: Apr-03-14 11:59 am
- Corps to host meetings on Missouri River operation Updated: Apr-02-14 2:44 pm
- Federal government checking NC forest wetlands Updated: Apr-02-14 10:43 am
- Michigan attorney general wants action on carp Updated: Apr-01-14 10:01 am
- 2 mapping projects planned at Bluestone Dam Updated: Mar-31-14 2:07 am
- US Army Corps closes Grand Forks office Updated: Mar-28-14 3:43 pm
- Army Corps to begin killing birds Updated: Mar-28-14 12:22 pm
- Lewis and Clark Lake study to wrap up this summer Updated: Mar-27-14 9:44 am
EVERETT, Washington - The death toll from the massive mudslide that hit the Washington town of Oso last month has risen to 39, officials said Wednesday.
JACKSONVILLE, Florida - The Army Corps of Engineers has approved a plan to deepen the port in Jacksonville.
NATCHEZ, Mississippi - A riverfront project for which the City of Natchez is hoping to enlist help of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to "complete" was finished nearly 20 years ago, a Corps spokesman said.
FLAGLER BEACH, Florida - The Army Corps of Engineers says it will be expensive to fix beach erosion problems along Flagler County's shoreline.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Environmental officials approved the dredging of Cleveland Harbor and the Cuyahoga River but said the sediment can't be dumped out in Lake Erie.
HATTERAS ISLAND, North Carolina - The Army Corps of Engineers says part of the Oregon Inlet is too shallow to dredge.
FLOWOOD, Mississippi - Pearl River's waters flooded parts of Jackson and surrounding areas in 1979 in a deluge that paralyzed the city and led to the evacuation of 15,000 people.
MATAGORDA, Texas - An artificial reef that conservationists hope will repopulate Matagorda Bay with oyster beds was completed over the weekend by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is preparing to open campgrounds at five West Virginia lakes.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - U.S Army Corps of Engineers documents show that a planned pipeline project in Kentucky would affect more than 750 rivers, streams, wetlands and ponds during construction.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - The Army Corps of Engineers says there is plenty of room in upper Missouri River reservoirs to handle spring runoff, but some groups are urging the agency to step up dam releases sooner rather than later.
VICKSBURG, Mississippi - Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs Jr. says the city's 210-acre Fisher Ferry property is a good location for an expansion of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research and Development Center.
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - Volunteers are being sought for the annual cleanup at East Lynn Lake in Wayne County.
LONGVIEW, Washington - The Cowlitz River has slightly deepened for the first time since Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980. It's good news for cities on the river, where sediment increased their flooding risk.
BILLINGS, Montana - As thunder boomed and lightning illuminated their small camper, Kathy Wankel couldn't help but think that after years of being buried, the few fossilized bones she and her family had dug up that day, and carefully swaddled in towels and an old sweatshirt, did not want to be moved.
BILOXI, Mississippi - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to shore up Mississippi's Barrier Islands by pumping in some 20 million cubic yards of sand.
SPOKANE, Washington - Heavy snowfall in February and March above Lake Pend Oreille (pahn-du-RAY) has increased the snowpack to 130 to 150 percent of average and raised the prospect of flooding.
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Hundreds of trees on a flood-control levee along Coeur d'Alene's Rosenberry Drive in northern Idaho won't have to be removed after all.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host public meetings in the Dakotas and other states to discuss the conditions and planned operation of the Missouri River reservoir system in 2014.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Two federal agencies are investigating whether managers at North Carolina State University's massive Hofmann Forest illegally drained wetlands.
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette (SHOO'-tee) has filed a protest to the federal government's latest report on ways to stop a Great Lakes invasion of Asian carp.
HINTON, West Virginia - Survey teams are planning two mapping projects at the Bluestone Dam in April.
GRAND FORKS, North Dakota - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has closed its Grand Forks office after more than 15 years.
CLARKSTON, Washington - The Army Corps of Engineers this spring will begin killing birds at some Snake and Columbia river dams to help protect juvenile salmon and steelhead.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers expects to know within months whether dredging Lewis and Clark Lake on the Missouri River in southeastern South Dakota would be worth the cost.