Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced Tuesday that residents affected by flooding or severe storms in Lewis County as well as Callaway, Jefferson, McDonald, Newton, and Saline are eligible to apply
Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced Tuesday that residents affected by flooding or severe storms in Lewis County as well as Callaway, Jefferson, McDonald, Newton, and Saline are eligible to apply for federal assistance.
If you don’t live along the Mississippi River, it might be out of sight out of mind when it comes to the damage left behind from this year’s historic flooding.
Adams County Emergency Management officials have met with FEMA and IEMA about reimbursement funds for flood damage. The county and the emergency associations assessed damage
With flood waters moving out of rivers and streams around the tri-states, local officials are just starting to assess the damages they left behind. In
Heavy rains and flooding are impacting weekend fun in Missouri– for one popular ATV trail in Lewis County it’s had them out of business for
Water along the Illinois River continues to recede, but that doesn’t mean everything is back to normal just yet.
Cleanup along the Quincy riverfront continues. Homeowner Randall McClelland says he was out all day on Wednesday trying to shovel mud out of his home.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has reported that Lewis County Route B has reopened to traffic.
A group of public officials met in Canton, Missouri Tuesday to discuss the response to flooding and to improve in the future. Some of the
The reopening of a business along the Illinois River is on hold, due to rising water. Come July, Evandy’s Boatel in Naples, Illinois, will have
People in Northeast, Missouri communities are still cleaning up from the flood! The United Way of the Mark Twain area seeks donations to fill flood
After weeks of lost sales due to flooding, a restaurant along the Illinois River in Pike County, Illinois, is up and running again. The Riverbank
In Pike County, Illinois, IDOT crews found two cracks in the north truss of the Florence Bridge. This comes after a barge struck it last