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
The Missouri Department of Transportation reports U.S. Route 54 in Louisiana, Missouri at the Champ Clark Bridge reopened Thursday afternoon.
Many Tri-State flood victims have no homes. Some have even lost their jobs to flooding. In Pleasant Hill, Illinois, a local business is trying to
Most Hannibal stores and attractions are back open for business. But, a few are closed due to the flood, and they’re all taking a hit
The Missouri Department of Transportation has reported that Lewis County Route B has reopened to traffic from north of Lewis County Route C to Route C.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has reported that Route 79 south of Hannibal is now open.
The Illinois Department of Transportation has announced that the Memorial Bridge will open Wednesday morning.
Due to flooding in the La Grange downtown area, city officials have cancelled the the annual 4th of July festivities.
Water may be receding along the Illinois River, but that doesn’t mean things are anywhere near back to normal. For homeowners, farmers and volunteers, the
Flooding at La Grange, Missouri, on June 10, 2019.
In La Grange, Missouri the water has receded, but many roads remain underwater.