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West Alton Man Drowns in Mississippi River 59-year-old Keith Wagner lost his balance and fell from the dock at Harbor Point Marina in West Alton shortly after 11 a.m. Thursday.
Top Bodies Of Water To Visit Near St. LouisWhether you want to fish, sail, float, swim, or gaze out over a placid lake, here are the best bets in mid-Missouri.
Mississippi River Reopens At Granite City, Ill.Coast Guard says Thursday's fuel spill in Lock & Dam 27 has been cleaned up
World Premiere of "Georama" An Impassioned Voyage Of The HeartNew work has historic ties to this area in spirit and geography.
Flood Debris Pick-Up Begins This WeekFederal, state and local agencies will be hauling away vegetation, demolition debris, hazardous waste and appliances.
Coordinated Help for Area Flood VictimsRegional Red Cross of Eastern Missouri CEO Cindy Erickson tells KMOX there are still many families in desperate need.
48 Hours In Minnesota's Twin CitiesTravel guide for visitors who only have 48 hours to visit Minnesota's Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul
Mississippi River Back Open for BargesSome parts of the the Illinois River are completely closed to commercial and recreational travel.
Flood-Related Travel Problems Continue In Metro-EastIDOT has an update on trouble spots, including Rtes. 67, 367, and 100.
Gov. Rauner Visits Carlyle LakeState's chief executive said some in deep southern Illinois refuse to evacuate despite flooding threat
Federal Government to Aid in Debris Removal from FloodsPresident Barack Obama has approved the Governor’s request for a federal emergency declaration to speed debris removal and relieve the strain of response and recovery costs in the St. Louis region.
Red Cross, Salvation Army Helping Flood VictimsA warm bed, meals, and emotional support are some of their offerings

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