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MSD Looks Ahead to Next Big Rain

“No system could’ve handled Tuesday’s rain,” says Lance LaComb, spokesman for the Metropolitan Sewer District.


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St. Louis Volunteer Coordinates Colorado Flood Aid

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – His work hours are supposed to be 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. but tell that to area Red Cross volunteer Don Barkley who is in Colorado to help flood victims. “You […]



Woman Shocked While Recusing Cat From Flooding

A woman is was shocked while saving a cat from a flooded basement.


6/7/13-Governor Jay Nixon (back to camera) listens as local government leaders and levee district officials describe the damage done during last Friday's tornado outbreak, as well as the recent flooding. Nixon told local authorities that the St. Louis region is "nearing a trigger", meaning the minimum threshold that must be met to qualify for federal disaster aid. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Nixon Gets Bird’s Eye View Of Local Storm Damage; Pledges Disaster Aid

Nearly $1.5 million in tornado, flood damage in St. Charles County alone.


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Kimmswick Now Open For Business

The streets are open and clear in Kimmswick, and the water is receding.


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Metro Sewer District Ready For Flooding

After a pump failure last month, the Metropolitan Sewer District says the pumps fixed and ready to go if it floods this weekend.



TIAM Weekend: Alarm Will Sound & Rising River

It’s a classical music concert unlike anything you have ever heard or seen.

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Emergency Rescue for 2 Turkey Hunters Stranded in Rising Flood Water

The hunters called for help around 3 p.m. after they became trapped by flood waters near Boiling Springs, south of Licking, Missouri.


Gallinipper (left) compared to a standard sized mosquito.(www.nbcmiami.com)

Gallinippers Are Nothing New In Illinois

Huge version of mosquito has been a local native for decades.



Missouri Community Wants to Rebuild After ’11 Flooding

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers destroyed the town of Pinhook when it blasted the Birds Point levee in 2011, knowingly sending the Mississippi River gushing into homes there. But it did not destroy the community.