30 Drownings in Missouri, Surpasses Last Year's TotalThe drownings occur primarily because people tried to drive through flooded roadways or in high water.
Tropical Storm Bill Dissipates, Route Through MidwestWestern Arkansas and southern Missouri could see 3 to 6 inches over the next two days.
Water Everywhere, But Not A Drop To Drink
MSD Looks Ahead to Next Big Rain"No system could've handled Tuesday's rain," says Lance LaComb, spokesman for the Metropolitan Sewer District.
St. Charles County Hoping for Federal Aid After Disaster St. Charles County is hoping for federal disaster money to help cover costs left over from recent flooding and tornadoes.
Work Continues on Birds Point LeveeThe corps halted its floodway repairs in December after spending $20 million to shore up the levee to 55 feet of flood protection at each of the blasting spots.
Missouri and Utah Get Largest Share of Disaster MoneyTogether taking in $109 million, or more than one-third of the $308 million in aid from Department of Agriculture.
Flags to Half-Staff to Honor TrooperTrooper Fred Guthrie Jr., who has not been seen since Aug. 1, when he and his patrol dog, Reed, apparently were swept away by the flooding Missouri River in Holt County.
Deadline for Flood Claims is ThursdayThe federal government is warning those who suffered losses from Missouri River flooding this summer that deadlines to file insurance claims are approaching.
Big Oak Tree State Park ReopensThe park was covered with 16 feet of water after the Corps of Engineers blasted holes in the Birds Point levee.
Missouri Budget Director Grilled Over Disaster FundsRep. Ryan Silvey claims Nixon's actions were unconstitutional.
Trooper Fred Guthrie RememberedFred Guthrie and his K-9 partner, Reed, disappeared Aug. 1 in Holt County while serving flood duty. Reed's body was recovered the next day. The effort to find Guthrie's body is continuing.