The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) announced Tuesday that several Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARC) will be open Thursday in Hancock County to make it easier for people affected by spring
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) announced Tuesday that several Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARC) will be open Thursday in Hancock County to make it easier for people affected by spring flooding to access disaster-related relief.
Riverview Park in Fort Madison is back open just in time for the 4th of July, after being flooded for weeks. Fort Madison City Manager
Things are finally getting back to normal for one business in Alexandria, Missouri. After being closed for more than a month due to flooding, employees
The flooding along the Mississippi River continues to impact communities throughout the Tri-States.
Sandbagging efforts continued Monday night at the Oakley-Lindsay Center. One couple volunteering said they’d been out of town for the past 8 days. They said when
It’s crunch time on the Illinois River. Officials said with rain in the forecast, they’re doing everything they can to make sure the boards and
Workers along the Quincy riverfront say they’re prepared to protect their businesses. Many businesses were closed Monday due to flooding. But others, like Native Grill,
The Illinois Department of Transportation has announced that Illinois 106 between its intersection with Illinois 100 in Scott County and Detroit has been closed to through traffic until 5 p.m. on Monday.
Drone video of the Hannibal riverfront on June 3, 2019.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson toured flood-damaged areas in Northeast Missouri on Monday, making his first stop in Hannibal.
Adams County Emergency Management officials announced Monday that since the Mississippi River has crested, the hours of sandbagging operations would be reduced at the Oakley-Lindsay Center’s east parking lot.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson is scheduled to tour flood-damaged areas in northeast Missouri on Monday.
While the Mississippi River has started to recede, Adams County Emergency Management Director John Simon said he’s concerned with the rain in the extended forecast.