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Homeowners in Rocky Ripple are breathing a sigh of relief after the city said no to plans for a flood wall. Those city officials sent a letter to the U.S. Army Corp to Engineers in opposition to the Indy North Flood Wall and Levee Project. It was...
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Q13 FOX News OnlineA proposed route for trains shipping coal to Asian markets would increase traffic holdups at Seattle railroad crossings by between one and three hours each day by 2026, a study commissioned by the Seattle Department of Transportation found. The...
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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A member of Congress from Michigan called for a federal review Thursday of water releases from Lake Michigan through an outlet at Chicago, a century-old practice that she said should end as Great Lakes levels approach...
During the month of October, lakes Michigan and Huron were within an inch of kissing the all-time record low for the month, said the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during a press call Wednesday. The lakes are considered two lobes of one body of water,...
Hurricane Sandy continues to swirl closer to the coast, with impacts already being felt in several states as of Sunday afternoon. At the direction of President Obama, FEMA continues to coordinate the federal government's assistance and preparations for...
Daily American Staff WriterA Massachusetts woman was killed in a Somerset County traffic accident during Hurricane Sandy Monday night and thousands were dealing with power outages Tuesday morning. Alice Hynes, 81, Williamstown, Mass., died. She was a passenger in a car driven...
email@example.comOAKES, 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 Tuesday public...
Channel 2 NewsThat 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...
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Channel 2 NewsOver 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...
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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. ...
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Daily American Staff WriterA $3.2 million Ursina Borough sewer plant system eight years in development is progressing. Construction is slated to begin in May. "This has been ongoing for a long time," EADS Group project manager Josh Kalp said. He started on the project in 2009....
The Great Plains will likely remain in drought going into next spring, South Dakota state climatologist Dennis Todey said on Oct. 18. Todey spoke on a national conference call of meteorologists, media and other interested parties. All of southeast South...
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