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.
Local Organization Starts Blog to Answer Post-Flood QuestionsThe Open Space Council has the answers to everything you are concerned about.
Illinois Awaits Decision on Federal Flood AssistanceNineteen counties along the Mississippi River calculated $15 million in damages, but the federal threshold was $18.1 million
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 Hopes to Tackle Creek ErosionDistrict spokesman Lance LeComb says the district is well equipped to take action on some of these problems, but that there's no money to do so.
Sewage Still Pouring from Fenton Treatment PlantMSD Spokesman Sean Hadley tells KMOX that crews are working around the clock to repair severe damage caused by the December flooding.
EPA Warns of Lead Exposure Repairing Homes After FloodingThe agency also urges those working on construction surfaces that may contain lead-based paint.
Pres. Obama Signs Missouri Disaster DeclarationPresident Obama has declared parts of Missouri a federal disaster area following the late December/early January flooding that saw record crests at several points along area rivers.
Flooding Brings Early End To Metro-East Duck HuntHorseshoe Lake State Fish & Wildlife Area in Pontoon Beach had to turn waterfowl hunters away
Flood Victims Can Receive Help on Saturday in ArnoldThree weeks after the December flood, dozens of families in the Arnold area are still hurting.
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.
Flood Debris Pick-Up Begins This WeekFederal, state and local agencies will be hauling away vegetation, demolition debris, hazardous waste and appliances.

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