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.
The Adams County Emergency Management Agency held a news conference Thursday to update residents on flooding.
La Grange, Missouri, emergency crews responded to a car in the water next to Mark Twain Casino Thursday afternoon.
Hannibal Board of Public Works reported Thursday morning that crews were placing the first gate extensions on the downtown flood gates.
Levees are already saturated, now the concern is how much more water can they continue to hold back.
Efforts are underway to protect Quincy’s Wastewater Treatment Plant along the riverfront. On Wednesday, crews were pumping excess water out of the area around the
First responders in Keokuk had to help a driver Tuesday. Firefighters said a 17 year old drove through flood water that had risen up on
All around the Tri-States people are dealing with flooding. In many places residents, city workers, and more have spent the day fortifying their defenses against
With the threat of flooding across the Tri-State many communities will be looking for volunteers to help with sandbagging efforts. A list of those are below.
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced that the Champ Clark Bridge, which carries U.S. 54 over the Mississippi River, will close at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday because of rising floodwater.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has reported that Missouri Route 79 south of Hannibal near Continental Cement is closed due to flooding water.