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Trump gets his approval from Army on Dakota Access Pipeline

Washington D.c. - The Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday told lawmakers they will be giving the green light to the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline as soon as Wednesday.

Company wants any further study on Dakota Pipeline put on hold

On Monday, Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) filed a motion to bar the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from doing a full environmental study for the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline that will run under Lake Oahe in North Dakota.

Op-Ed: Army will not approve an easement for Dakota Access Pipeline

The Department of the Army's Assistant Secretary for Civil Works announced Sunday afternoon they will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota.

U.S. Federal officials to close down Standing Rock protest camp

Bismarck - The Army Corps of Engineers has sent a letter to the chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in the state of North Dakota, Dave Archambault II, indicating federal officials plan to close access to a campsite where protesters have been for months.

Dakota Access Pipeline protests grow as companies look to courts

The companies behind the Dakota Access pipeline filed papers on Monday night in U.S. District Court, asking the court to intervene in the fight over the pipeline's completion.

Lake Erie's toxic blob may be putting drinking water at risk

Cleveland - In what sounds like a Halloween horror story, a toxic blob of cancer-causing chemicals in the sediment of Lake Erie might be spreading dangerously close to a water intake pipe that supplies drinking water to Cleveland.

Past comes back to haunt as Los Angeles River banks raised

Los Angeles - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has received emergency funding to erect temporary barriers along the banks of the Los Angeles River to protect against flooding from the extreme weather brought about by this year's El Nino.

U.S. Army purchasing $15,000 worth of 4,000 empty oyster shells

Wanchese - A U.S. military request has many shaking their heads: bushels of empty oyster shells, which the U.S. Army is willing to pay $15,000 for, according to media reports.

‘The Great Flood 1927' threatens Memphis and the Delta

Rising floodwaters surround Memphis, one of the great citadels of the Old South, in the crosshairs of disasters, including an earthquake as the South reels from major tornadoes this year. But it’s the 1927 flood memories that make folks anxious now.
 

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The battle against the DAPL will continue if the easement approval goes through  say water protecter...
The battle against the DAPL will continue if the easement approval goes through, say water protecters.
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