In Tulsa, a National Blueprint for Managing Floods as Cities Grow and Climate Changes
Budget Crisis Could Hinder State’s Ability to Manage Floods and Protect Streams
Oil and gas are endangering the state’s streams, soil, and wetlands. Not by polluting them — that’s a different argument — but because plummeting oil prices have blown a billion dollar hole in Oklahoma’s budget.
Fallin Taps Emergency Fund and Feds To Fix Oklahoma’s Flood-Damaged Dams
Governor Mary Fallin on Tuesday announced $1.8 million from the state emergency fund — which will qualify Oklahoma for even more in federal money — to fix 65 dams.
Record Flood Caps Year of El Niño-Driven Damage To Illinois River Tourist Areas
Flooding December 26-28 caps off a year that saw the Illinois River damaged by extreme rainfall time after time.
Water Redistribution and Wild New Ideas Dominate Legislative Study Discussion
Cox, a Republican from Grove, envisions a much more grandiose, and some would say outlandish idea to solve Oklahoma’s water problems for good.
Oklahoma’s Economically Vital Seaport Still Struggling After Rains Scuttle Shipping
The nation’s most inland seaport shut down because of record spring rains and is still struggling to rebound.