- Injured vet leading yoga class as part of Michigan benefit Updated: May-27-16 8:57 pm
CANTON TOWNSHIP, Michigan - A retired U.S. Army sergeant who lost his legs after being hurt by an improvised explosive device in Iraq will lead a yoga class in suburban Detroit as part of a fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project.
- Former state judge to finally wear cap and gown Updated: May-26-16 12:05 pm
MORA, New Mexico - Former state District Judge Matias A. Zamora will finally get to participate in his high school graduation ceremony, something he was unable to do 70 years ago when he was drafted into the U.S. Army.
- Ex-Army Ranger transferred to holding unit for veterans Updated: May-26-16 3:31 am
AUGUSTA, Maine - An ex-Army Ranger charged in connection with a shooting incident in Shapleigh that sparked a standoff with police has been transferred to a holding unit for military veterans.
- US Army to test driverless vehicle technology in Michigan Updated: May-25-16 3:16 pm
LAPEER, Michigan - A convoy of U.S. Army vehicles will cruise along a stretch of Interstate 69 in Michigan as part of an initial testing of driverless military vehicle equipment on public roadways.
- Pakistan army tells US it is concerned over drone strike Updated: May-25-16 4:26 am
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's military says the country's army chief met with U.S. Ambassador David Hale to express Islamabad's serious concerns over the drone strike that killed the former Taliban leader.
- Shaw Air Force Base hosting open house, Thunderbirds show Updated: May-22-16 6:11 am
SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, South Carolina - Shaw Air Force Base is filling the skies over central South Carolina with flights by the Air Force Thunderbirds precision flying team and the U.S. Army's Black Daggers parachutists.
- Former Army officer accused of illegally having grenades Updated: May-20-16 4:43 pm
KANSAS CITY, Kansas - Federal prosecutors charged a former U.S. Army explosives expert on Friday with illegally possessing grenades that they said were among a cache of explosives that investigators found in his Kansas home.
- Manning appeal seeks reversal of charges or reduced sentence Updated: May-19-16 5:32 pm
Imprisoned U.S. Army Private Chelsea Manning has asked a military appeals court to reverse her 2013 conviction or reduce her 35-year sentence for sending mountains of classified information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks while serving as an intelligence analyst in Iraq, according to a court document released Thursday.
- Plan to raise Arrowrock Dam fails federal feasibility study Updated: May-19-16 3:29 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Hopes of Idaho officials to increase the height of a Boise River dam to double water storage and also create enough space to handle a 500-year flood ran aground after the project failed a federal feasibility study.
- Army Corps of Engineers commander retiring Updated: May-19-16 1:11 am
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is getting a new commander.
- Corps of Engineers offering tours of Marmet Locks and Dam Updated: May-19-16 1:01 am
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is offering public tours at the Marmet Locks and Dam in Belle, West Virginia on June 4 in observation of National Dam Safety Awareness Day.
- Illinois fights US spy agency decision to stay in St. Louis Updated: May-18-16 4:54 pm
ST. LOUIS - Illinois officials are aggressively fighting the preliminary decision to relocate a federal spy agency to a new site in St. Louis, rather than to a site across the Mississippi River in a suburban area of southern Illinois.
- The Latest: Piotrowski wins Idaho Democratic primary Updated: May-18-16 2:06 am
BOISE, Idaho - The Latest on Idaho's primary election (all times local):
- Senate approves new Army secretary after Guantanamo delay Updated: May-17-16 8:34 pm
WASHINGTON - The Senate confirmed the long-stalled nomination of Eric Fanning to be Army secretary, making him the first openly gay leader of a U.S. military service.
- JBLM soldier shootings helicopter during training excercise Updated: May-17-16 8:08 pm
TACOMA, Washington - Authorities say a soldier from Joint Base Lewis-McChord who was participating in a large training exercise in California shot an Army Apache helicopter with live rounds.
- Federal funding in jeopardy for Ohio flood control plan Updated: May-17-16 4:18 pm
FINDLAY, Ohio - Officials in northwest Ohio may be forced to abandon a flood control project or pay for it with local money as federal funding for the plan is in jeopardy.
- Buffalo soldier to get headstone 71 years after death Updated: May-16-16 3:24 pm
CENTRAL CITY, Nebraska - A "buffalo soldier" from Nebraska who served during the Indian Wars is getting a headstone and military service in Central City about 71 years after his death.
- More air testing in store at Radford ammunition plant Updated: May-13-16 6:02 pm
CHRISTIANSBURG, Virginia - Details about upcoming air testing at the Radford Army Ammunition Plant were discussed Thursday during a community meeting about environmental issues at the facility.
- Reporter kicked out of Afghanistan petitions Supreme Court Updated: May-13-16 3:39 pm
MADISON, Wisconsin - A Wisconsin freelance reporter who says he lost his embed status with the U.S. Army for reporting on an argument that turned deadly at an Afghanistan military base is asking the Supreme Court to take up his case.
- US Army to pay for repatriation of Indian children's remains Updated: May-12-16 2:46 pm
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - The U.S. Army has promised to pay for moving and re-burying the remains of at least 10 Native American children who died more than a century ago at a government-run boarding school in Pennsylvania whose mission was to strip the students from their traditions and replace them with European culture.
- Corps offers to install dock at new Davenport park Updated: May-12-16 2:34 pm
DAVENPORT, Iowa - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it will pay for modifications to a new park in Davenport along the Mississippi River if the city lets it dock a giant towboat there.
- Starkville area soldiers preparing to deploy Updated: May-12-16 1:36 am
STARKVILLE, Mississippi - About 70 U.S. Army Reserve soldiers from the Starkville, Mississippi area are preparing for deployment to Kuwait and Iraq in support of Operation Spartan Shield.
- Corps: Coal terminal violates tribal rights, won't permit Updated: May-10-16 12:27 am
SEATTLE - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Monday denied a permit to a $700 million project to build the nation's largest coal-export terminal in northwest Washington state, handing a striking victory to the Lummi tribe which argued the project would violate its treaty-protected fishing rights.
- Corps launches study of Souris River Valley flood protection Updated: May-09-16 10:32 am
MINOT, North Dakota - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers this week is launching a study of permanent flood protection for the Souris River Basin, which includes Minot.
- On New Jersey hillside, clues to Revolutionary War mystery Updated: May-09-16 9:57 am
CHATHAM TOWNSHIP, New Jersey - On a gently sloping hillside studded with pine trees, clues to a Revolutionary War mystery are slowly being revealed, spurred by the dogged efforts of a local historian and his teenage son.