Joel Osteen's Houston Megachurch Opens Doors As ShelterOsteen had faced criticism for not using the massive Lakewood Church as a storm shelter for victims of the flooding.
Mizzou Opens Campus to Harvey VictimsWith some 800 students potentially impacted by Hurricane Harvey the University of  Missouri - Columbia is offering their families refuge.
Harvey Flooding Disaster: How You Can HelpThere are LOTS of ways to help! Consider donating to any of these organizations that are helping to raise money for aid and services in the wake of the disaster.
Missouri's Task Force One Heads To Texas For Hurricane Help"We will see our crews working with the locals and doing water rescues where they're needed, and we would anticipate many of those."
Disaster Relief Continues to Flow from Government AgenciesMissouri's state disaster agency SEMA reports money continues to flow from the federal government to victims of the historic spring storms and flooding.
Height of Illinois Levees Concerning to Some in MissouriState versus state battle lines are being drawn across the Mississippi River, with a top Missouri official urging Illinois regulators to back away from a plan allowing higher levees that could push more floodwater to the Missouri side of the river.
May Flooding Damaged Assessed for $86 millionA preliminary assessment has found about $86 million of damage and costs from recent flooding and storms in Missouri.
Upgraded Metro East Levees Pass Major TestFlood Protection District says they worked as designed during sixth highest flood on record.
Disaster Specialists Assessing Missouri Storm, Flood DamageIf a federal major disaster is declared, funding may be available to help flood and storm victims with assistance such as temporary rent, home repairs and other disaster-related needs.
CBS Flood Supply Drive was a Huge SuccessThe day-long drive in south St. Louis County to collect donations for flood victims was a big success.
Jeff Co. Flooding Could be Considered a Disaster AreaEven though the waters are receding, some Jefferson County residents have a long way to go before things are back to normal.
Communities Search for Flooding SolutionsNow that the floodwaters have receded from towns along the Meramec River, residents are fearing for the next one and hoping something can be done to prevent another 'flood of the century'.

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