- North Dakota paddlefish snagging season starts Sunday Updated: Apr-30-16 7:32 pm
BISMARCK, North Dakota - North Dakota's annual paddlefish snagging season gets underway Sunday.
- Sunken steamboat found in Malta Bend after 175 years Updated: Apr-28-16 4:59 pm
MALTA BEND, Missouri - A group of excavators has found the 175-year-old sunken steamboat Malta, the namesake of the rural city of Malta Bend.
- Federal agency defends decision not to protect Montana fish Updated: Apr-25-16 7:05 pm
HELENA, Montana - A judge should uphold a 2014 decision that a fish found in southwestern Montana streams doesn't need special protection under the federal Endangered Species Act, government fisheries officials said.
- Missouri River boat ramp near Mandan closing for repairs Updated: Apr-23-16 7:04 pm
MANDAN, North Dakota - The Graner Bottoms boat ramp on the Missouri River south of Mandan will close Monday for repairs.
- Flood mapping tools to help Big Sioux River Basin residents Updated: Apr-23-16 12:00 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The state of South Dakota is working on new online flood mapping tools for the Big Sioux River Basin.
- Ponca State Park to host wildlife event for all ages Updated: Apr-22-16 8:23 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Ponca State Park is hosting an event to teach people about wildlife.
- Kimball Bottoms to be closed for military training Updated: Apr-22-16 7:13 pm
BISMARCK, North Dakota - Soldiers with the North Dakota Army National Guard will conduct training exercises at Kimball Bottoms south of Bismarck.
- North Kansas City man drowns in Missouri River Updated: Apr-21-16 11:33 am
MISSOURI CITY, Missouri - A 56-year-old man has drowned while attempting to swim to a rock dike in the Missouri River.
- Obama raises 2011 flood recovery funding for Omaha Tribe Updated: Apr-20-16 4:53 pm
MACY, Nebraska - The federal government has agreed to increase the amount of aid the Omaha Tribe will receive for the 2011 Missouri River flooding.
- EPA, other agencies seek more careful review of oil pipeline Updated: Apr-13-16 8:23 pm
DES MOINES, Iowa - The Environmental Protection Agency and two other federal agencies have asked the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to more carefully review and revise its preliminary plan for the Dakota Access oil pipeline, saying it should pay closer attention to the impact a spill would have on drinking water for Native American tribes.
- Wilder weather means tricky times for reservoir operators Updated: Apr-12-16 6:39 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Wilder swings in weather patterns in the past decade are making it trickier to keep reservoirs filled for irrigation and power generation while also avoiding the risk of flooding homes downstream, some Pacific Northwest reservoir operators say.
- Work to begin on Missouri River research area in Bellevue Updated: Apr-11-16 10:19 am
BELLEVUE, Nebraska - Construction is ready to begin on a research station that'll provide environmental data on Omaha-area rivers.
- Army Corps of Engineers deems Lake Sakakawea to be ice-free Updated: Apr-06-16 7:05 pm
RIVERDALE, North Dakota - Lake Sakakawea is officially ice-free.