For many people in the Hannibal area, Sawyer’s Creek is part of the start of spring and summer, but this year they haven’t opened yet at all because of flooding.
As the water recedes, businesses along the Illinois River are slowly starting to get back to normal. Employees at Evandy’s Boatel in Naples, Illinois, said
President Trump has approved Missouri Gov. Mike Parson’s request for a major disaster declaration to help 13 counties recover from recent flooding and storms.
Water is starting to creep up again in areas along the Mississippi River. In Dallas City, Illinois, residents along the river said they’re not relaxing
Emergency management officials said it could be weeks before they give the okay for floodgates to come out in Hannibal.
Residents along the Mississippi River said the flood fight isn’t over just yet. In Dallas City, Illinois, residents said they’re staying prepared, as water starts
Parks & Rec officials in Hannibal said clean-up efforts from flooding are taking longer than they anticipated.
The rising Mississippi River has once again shut down U.S. 61 and forced businesses closed in Alexandria, Missouri.
The Missouri Department of Transportation reported Monday morning that a portion of Route B/Business 61 had once again been closed due to flooding.
US 61 in Alexandria, Missouri can’t catch a break, the road is closed due to flooding. Clark County Sheriff’s Office posted a picture of the
Imagine having to decide between food or your medication. For many people in the Tri-States, that’s a reality.
As the water along the Mississippi river continues to recede, those along the river continue to feel the impact from flooding.
With rain in the forecast, there is concern whether or not the Mississippi River will continue to go down.
Along the riverfront South of Quincy, residents and businesses are still picking up the pieces, and some are still wading through water.