KANSAS CITY — A study released by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Monday says the agency did what it could to manage the historic 2011 flooding on the Missouri River, but that more repairs, research and monitoring are needed to mitigate damage in future high-flow years.
Study focuses on Missouri River vulnerabilities
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