Authorities May Close Parts of Missouri Rivers to Paddlers``If we continue to get rain, it's entirely possible the lower Current River (and possibly additional sections) could be closed as we head into Memorial Day weekend,'' Matteson said.
December Floods Left Behind Nearly 3,000 Tons of DebrisMost was recycled. Some wound up in landfills.
2-4" of Rain Expected in STL Area Through ThursdayNews 4 Chief Meteorologist Steve Templeton is calling for lots of rain and possible flash flooding over the next few days.
MSD: Months Before Fenton Wastewater Treatment Plant Up and RunningThough the flooded Valley Park wastewater treatment plant is now fully operational, the Metropolitan Sewer District says it will be months before the Fenton plant, which was fully submerged, is back online.
Gov. Nixon Wants Federal Disaster Declaration ExpandedNixon wants public agencies and nonprofits in 39 Missouri counties and the city of St. Louis to recoup the cost of responding to and recovering from the historic flooding.
FEMA Crews Still Going Door-to-Door in Hard-Hit Flooded AreasIf you haven't filed a claim yet, you still have time.
Disaster Relief Supplies Available in ArnoldPastor Sam Robinson tells KMOX that food, water, clothing, toiletries and cleaning supplies are available for pick up at the church.
Landslides Plague Residents Along St. Louis County CreekThe sewer district began a project to build concrete walls along the creek in 2012, but the project was halted that same year.
Was There Adequate Warning About Rainstorm, Flooding Severity?NWS: "We knew we were going to get a lot of rain. Did we know we were going to set records? No."
Valley Park Wastewater Treatment Facility Pumping Water AgainPartial water treatment is expected to start by week's end, but full treatment will not be done until the end of next week.
Red Cross' Checklist Before Entering a Flood-Damaged HomeThe Red Cross has some safety tips and guidelines as you return to your home.
Wash U Prof: Levees May Have Made Flooding WorseWash U professor Bob Criss says while the rain was extreme, the Mississippi River should have been able to handle it.