Wednesday's Rain Lays Groundwork for Flood Threat This WeekendSome weather models show the possibility of as much as 7 inches of rain falling through Sunday, creating flood risks along the Meramec, Burbeuse, Kaskaskia and Big rivers.
A Look At A Trial Over Missouri River FloodingSeveral hundred landowners named in the class-action lawsuit filed in 2014 allege in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims that the Army Corps has deemphasized flood control.
Potential for Drought and Flooding in MidwestThe National Weather Service is looking at the potential for a pro-longed drought, and possibly increased flooding.
Illinois Officials to Analyze Fairgrounds Flooding, DamageIllinois transportation officials said they will study ways to ease the kind of flooding that inundated the start of this year's Illinois State Fair.
Brentwood Sick of Flash FloodingMany want MSD to do preventative dredging and clear deadwood from Deer Creek.
Heavy Rains Cause Flooding, Evacuations in MissouriMore than 7 inches of rain in parts of Missouri led to scattered evacuations, power outages, flood warnings and a boat rescue for a woman on the verge of giving birth.
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.