ST. LOUIS — The Army Corps of Engineers said Thursday it plans to send more water down the Missouri River this weekend to help the endangered pallid sturgeon, but one Missouri critic calls it a "game of Russian roulette with Mother Nature."
Army engineers plan river pulse to help endangered sturgeon
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