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.
Part of Clemens Field is still underwater, officials there are getting their first look at what the flood water has done, and so are people
Homes and streets are still under water in Florence,Illinois. Many homeowners and businesses waiting for the Illinois River to recede, so everything can go back to normal.
The Illinois Department of Transportation reported the Memorial Bridge was reopened to traffic Friday morning.
The Illinois River is no longer rising, but National Weather Service data shows not much improvement is expected for several days.
The Mighty Mississippi is leaving behind quite the mess as the water continues to drop. Cleanup is now underway on Quincy’s Bonansinga Drive, as crews
Highway 106 is still open despite flooding, and just down the river it’s a similar story. Pike County Emergency Management officials said city workers in
In Florence, Illinois, some homes are still cut off by the water and those that aren’t are still dealing with very soggy ground all over
The Mississippi’s destruction becomes more evident, as the flood water goes down. Although people along the river said they were prepared, they said they didn’t
The Illinois Department of Transportation has reported that the Champ Clark Bridge is back open.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has reported that Route 79 south of Hannibal is now open.