Disaster Recovery Centers OpenedFlood victims can find assistance in Pacific and Arnold.
Eureka Looks at Flooding SolutionsAfter enduring yet another record flood, city leaders in Eureka look over their options for mitigating future incidents
US Senator Blunt Calls for Solutions to Interstate FloodingBlunt says finding a solution should be a priority.
Despite Warnings, Drivers Continue to Die on Flooded RoadsDespite public service announcements, warning signs, barriers and even gates at flood-prone crossings, the majority of flood deaths in America involve people trying to drive through water on flooded roads.
Levee Questions Surface as Flood Waters ReceedQuestions remain about whether the higher levee at Valley Park may be to blame for some of the flooding last week.
Salvation Army to Provide Food, Drinks to Flood Cleanup VolunteersThe Salvation Army will also be delivering food to residents at the Starling Community Trailer Court.
Crews Begin Repairs to Eureka High School After FloodingThe superintendent says even though the flood was higher this time than in December 2015, the damage was less - just one gym floor ruined instead of three.
MoDOT Reminds Motorists to Respect BarricadesWith flood waters slowly leaving roadways across the region, MoDOT crews and police are having problems with some drivers "jumping the gun."
Mehlville School District to Resume Classes FridayClasses within the district will resume after being closed since Wednesday.
Two More Dead in FloodingFive people now dead as a result of severe flooding.
Homes Throughout Metro Suffer After Heavy RainfallHomeowners are encouraged to go on a "walk-about," to survey their roof, downspouts and foundation for any water-related damage.
Greitens Lends A Helping Hand In EurekaFirst term governor says military background is guiding his "proactive" response to flood threat.

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