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.
Upgraded Metro East Levees Pass Major TestFlood Protection District says they worked as designed during sixth highest flood on record.
Soccer Park Flood Recovery Making Progress"We're way ahead of last time," says president Patrick Barry. "We're in a race to try and beat our June 2 home game for St. Louis FC."
IHSA Forced to Reschedule Bass Fishing Tournament Due to High WaterThis year marks the third year that the Illinois High School Association is having to delay its state bass fishing tournament due to high water levels on Carlyle Lake.
Blues for Kids Gives Back to Flood VictimsThe "Blues For Kids" Foundation of current and former St. Louis Blues players is helping the American Red Cross with flood relief efforts in the region.
Nashville Predators Will Donate Funds to St. Louis Flood VictimsNashville is melting some hearts off the ice, by helping the Blues raise money to support St. Louis flood relief.
Blues Will Donate 50/50, Memorabilia Sales to Flood VictimsThe St. Louis Blues and Blues Alumni have partnered with the American Red Cross to raise money to help victims of the area floods.
Flooding Closes Roadways in Lincoln CountyThe Cuivre River topped its levees this morning, closing a key Lincoln County highway.
MSD Crews Prepare for Possible FloodingMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer District crews are busy building a sandbag wall around their wastewater treatment plant in Fenton to prevent a repeat of what happened around Christmas 2015.
8-Year-Old Sucked Into Pipe By Flood WatersA fun outing with his family nearly ended in tragedy for a young Metro East boy on Sunday.
Potential for Drought and Flooding in MidwestThe National Weather Service is looking at the potential for a pro-longed drought, and possibly increased flooding.
Louisiana Flood Victims in Need of DonationsTo donate to the Louisiana flood relief, call 1-800-984-8979 or click here to donate online. No donation is too small.