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  • Glendale councilwoman urges Verdugo Wash support at Los Angeles River rally

    Glendale councilwoman urges Verdugo Wash support at Los Angeles River rally
    Several people at a rally for the Los Angeles River Saturday held up homemade signs that said “Alternative 20,” which is the name of one plan proposed in a recent U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study. The $1.08-billion project would add around...
  • 240-pound female bear harvested in Pa. 5C's early archery season

    Hunting season is off to a good start, at least in Northampton County according to Wildlife Conservation Officer Brad Kreider. In reports filed to the main office of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Kreider reported a 240-pound female bear was...
  • S.D. residents concerned about a drainage ditch proposed in N.D.

    OAKES, N.D. - A drainage ditch project that landowners in Dickey and Sargent counties in North Dakota conceived to move water out of a closed basin is headed to the local water board for pending approval. About 60 people attended a public hearing on...
  • Newtok, Village on the Edge: Parts 4 & 5.

    Newtok, Village on the Edge: Parts 4 & 5.
    That phrase, "It takes a village,"  takes on a whole new meaning if the whole village has to move. But state and federal agencies who have been tracking erosion and the warming climate in the  Southwest Alaska community of Newtok say it has best ten or...
  • Newtok, Village on the Edge, Parts 2 & 3

    Newtok, Village on the Edge, Parts 2 & 3
    The Southwest Alaska community of Newtok is fighting on two fronts, against runaway erosion and melting permafrost.  But in this man vs. nature battle, nature has the upper hand. Ultimately this Yup'ik village of 350 will have to move to safer ground. ...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Newtok, Village on the Edge

    Reporter's Notebook: Newtok, Village on the Edge
    Over the years, Channel 2 has sent me to a number of villages. And of course, there’s my time covering Yup’ik villages in the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta for KYUK, the public television and radio station in Bethel. I’ve been lucky to travel to...
  • Port Hueneme is seeking emergency funding for shore restoration

    Port Hueneme is seeking emergency funding for shore restoration
    The City of Port Hueneme has called on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to obtain emergency funding needed to replenish local beaches with sand before the rapidly eroding shoreline undermines roads and floods property, including harbor facilities....
  • Water level of Lake Michigan continues to drop, reaches record low

    Water level of Lake Michigan continues to drop, reaches record low
    Lake Michigan has officially sunk to an all-time low. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reported Tuesday that in January the lake plunged below its previous record low level, set in March 1964. The water is now more than 6 feet below the record high,...
  • L.A. River advocates wait for watershed Army Corps study

    L.A. River advocates wait for watershed Army Corps study
    This summer marks a moment of truth for the Los Angeles River. On Tuesday, the leaders of the nonprofit L.A. River Revitalization Corp. used a riverside press conference at North Atwater Park to trumpet its plan to complete a continuous bike path and...
  • Army Corps cancels F.E. Walter #Dam #whitewater release for Sept. 2

     
    The U.S. Army Corps Engineers Philadelphia District announced earlier today that it does not have enough water storage to hold a whitewater release Sept. 2 from the Francis E. Walter Dam. The Corps will still hold a whitewatr release on Sept. 1. The three...
  • State agency says U.S. cleared wildlife habitat without permit

     
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers must provide information to a regulatory agency by Feb. 11 about its decision to clear 43 acres of wetlands in the Sepulveda Basin and fill in a pond used by migrating waterfowl. The Los......