Kathy Martin couldn't hide her disappointment.Martin, who owns the Fabius Village Mobile Home Park just off U.S. 61 north of the Mo. 6 interchange with her husband, Dennis, stood on one of the park's access roads Sunday afternoon and looked over the expanses of murky water in front of her.“It makes you sick,” she said. “Thirty-four years of blood, sweat and tears." More>>
Severe weather has brought heavy rain and hail and prompted tornado reports in Missouri. More>>
Illinois' wet June is now one for the record book. More>>
Rural areas across West-Central Illinois and Northeast Missouri continue to be plagued by rising waters from both the Mississippi River and inland tributaries. Saturday's sunny and rain-free weather was a welcome relief across the region, but both Northeast Missouri and West-Central Illinois continue to experience the fallout from last week's often-torrential rains, both locally and from the storms that rolled through states to the north.
Local forecasts indicate there will be no major rains for the rest of the weekend. The Mississippi River is expected to crest in and around Quincy and Hannibal, Mo., on Sunday -- about 9 feet above each of their flood stages -- and then begin receding, according to various river flood stage reports.
A levee break of the South Fabius River near Edina mid-Thursday morning has caused the flooding of at least one Edina business and the closing of Mo. 15 at Edina. The Farm and Home Supply on the south edge of Edina was flooded at about 10 a.m. Thursday. Other businesses are threatened, including the nearby Dollar General store. The Knox County Sheriff's Department reports Mo. 15 was closed on the south edge of Edina because of waters from the north branch of ... More>>
The city of Edina is looking for volunteers to help with the cleanup after a flash flood Thursday bulldozed its way into town and swamped more than a half-dozen businesses. More>>