Army Corps Of Engineers News
The Latest: Maria to cause dangerous currents along US coast
Hurricane Maria is expected to soon create dangerous waves and strong rip currents along parts of the southeast U.S. coast as the Category 3 storm moves away from the Bahamas and into the open ocean
Hurricanes stall start of New Jersey beach repair from Sandy
Two hurricanes have delayed the start of beach widening and dune construction in some of the New Jersey shore towns hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy
Jose brings heavy winds, flooding to the Northeast
Officials are deploying heavy equipment to build protective dunes and banning swimming and surfing on some beaches as they prepare for conditions from Jose to intensify.
Great Lakes states renew push for new lock at critical point
Officials from Great Lakes states are making a renewed push to win approval of a long stalled proposal for adding a new lock to the Soo Locks complex
APNewsBreak: US, New Jersey town agree on beach flooding fix
The federal government has agreed to build and pay for an underground drainage system to prevent severe flooding on a New Jersey beach that was caused by a dune construction project
Regulators take step to ban fracking near Delaware River
A commission that oversees drinking water quality for Philadelphia and half of New York City has taken an initial step to permanently ban drilling and hydraulic fracturing near the Delaware River and its tributaries
Major flooding crisis continues in Houston
We turn next to the Texas gulf coast tonight. Officials late today confirming at least 60 deaths now attributed to Harvey as many residents face a new crisis. There are new evacuations in Houston as water is released from reservoirs, leaving some homes underwater, and tonight, the staggering number
Residents return to their homes to survey damage caused by Harvey
The monumental task of cleaning and rebuilding begins as homeowners return to their storm-ravaged homes.
Half a million vehicles could have been lost in Harvey flooding
ABC News' Clayton Sandell takes a look at one of many car graveyards in Houston.
Hurricane Harvey survivors rescued from flooded homes, rooftops
With first responders and 911 call centers overwhelmed, citizens pitched in to help rescue hundreds of people in the Houston area from catastrophic flooding.