- Rain keeps River Raisin floodwaters high in Monroe County Updated: Jul-01-15 8:17 pm
DUNDEE, Michigan - Forecasters say rain kept water high along the River Raisin in Monroe County, prolonging area flooding
- Pence surveys flood damage at 2 northern Indiana farms Updated: Jul-01-15 5:02 pm
RENSSELAER, Indiana - Gov. Mike Pence has surveyed damaged crops in northern Indiana.
- Search on for man who fell into manhole during street flood Updated: Jul-01-15 11:43 am
SYRACUSE, New York - Authorities say they're searching for a man presumed to have drowned after falling into a manhole while assisting a motorist stranded on a rain-flooded street in Syracuse.
- Albany County declares state of emergency Updated: Jul-01-15 9:43 am
LARAMIE, Wyoming - Severe damage from summer flooding has led Albany County to declare a state of emergency.
- Flooding creates holiday weekend water worries Updated: Jul-01-15 5:43 am
ST. LOUIS - The Fourth of July weekend will arrive at a time of high water, and the Army Corps of Engineers is urging those who venture out on rivers and lakes to be extra careful.
- Alton looks to relocate holiday fireworks after flooding Updated: Jul-01-15 5:08 am
ALTON, Illinois - Flooding on the Mississippi River is forcing Alton city officials to find another venue for their July Fourth holiday weekend fireworks show.
- Hail storm hits Prescott Valley with minor flooding Updated: Jun-30-15 6:53 pm
PRESCOTT, Arizona - A storm hit the Prescott area with hail and rain leaving several homes with minor flooding.
- Oklahoma Transportation Commission OKs emergency work Updated: Jun-30-15 6:00 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Transportation Commission unanimously approved an emergency declaration on Tuesday that will expedite about $3 million in contracts to repair damage caused by heavy flooding in recent weeks, including a rock slide that shut down a half-mile stretch of Interstate 35.
- USDA: Record soybean crop planted, progress slowed by rain Updated: Jun-30-15 3:34 pm
DES MOINES, Iowa - A record 85.1 million acres of soybeans are in the ground, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Tuesday, but it's not clear whether they'll all sprout because persistent rain in some Midwestern states has flooded fields and slowed plant development.
- Heavy rains in central China kill 15, leave 19 missing Updated: Jun-30-15 7:32 am
BEIJING - Four days of heavy rain have caused severe flooding in central China, killing at least 15 people and leaving 19 others missing, China's Ministry of Civil Affairs said Tuesday.
- Northern Ohio residents trying to clean up after heavy rains Updated: Jun-30-15 7:29 am
Residents in northern Ohio are continuing cleanup efforts after heavy weekend rains, as much of the state braces for more wet weather.
- Authorities ID Boy Scout who died in New Mexico flash flood Updated: Jun-29-15 6:48 pm
CIMARRON, New Mexico - Authorities on Monday released the name of a Boy Scout who died after being swept away by a flash flood during a camping trip with his troop in northern New Mexico.
- Authorities reopen Des Moines street affected by flooding Updated: Jun-29-15 4:26 pm
DES MOINES, Iowa - Authorities have reopened a major street near downtown Des Moines that was affected by flooding from the nearby Raccoon River.
- Unrelenting rain leads to more flooding in Midwest Updated: Jun-29-15 4:07 pm
ST. LOUIS - A wet June turned worse after strong weekend storms drenched the Midwest, adding to concern that already-serious flooding won't go away anytime soon.
- Homeless man who died in Texas creek originally from Oregon Updated: Jun-29-15 2:05 pm
WACO, Texas - Police say a homeless man whose body was found in a rain-swollen Central Texas creek died of accidental drowning.
- Rising river forces evacuation of trailer park near Hannibal Updated: Jun-29-15 8:08 am
TAYLOR, Missouri - Up to 100 residents were evacuated from a mobile home park in northeast Missouri because of rising flood waters.
- $14M could upgrade Grand Rapids' flood protection system Updated: Jun-29-15 5:56 am
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - Officials say it's expected to cost at least $14 million to upgrade Grand Rapids' flood protection system along the Grand River.
- Police identify woman, daughter electrocuted in Chevy Chase Updated: Jun-28-15 6:19 pm
CHEVY CHASE, Maryland - Police have identified a mother and daughter who were electrocuted in an accident that may have been caused by a portable sump pump at their Chevy Chase home.
- Flash flooding suspected in death of Missouri camper Updated: Jun-28-15 5:49 pm
PRAIRIE HOME, Missouri - A Missouri woman's body has been found downstream from where she had been camping.
- Flooding, rain causes problems for corn growers in Ohio Updated: Jun-28-15 5:16 pm
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Extensive flooding and heavy rains have affected corn fields across Ohio and left growers contending with the possibility of lost or damaged crops.
- Donors raise $71K so far for Niobrara County flood victims Updated: Jun-28-15 3:32 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - The Niobrara Recovery Committee has raised over $71,500 and distributed about $38,800 of that to businesses and homeowners directly affected by the June 4 flood.
- Army Corps of Engineers: Upgrade Ioa Stream flood control Updated: Jun-28-15 1:26 pm
WAILUKU, Hawaii - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is proposing new structures and diversions to protect the homes and business surrounding Iao Stream, which frequently floods.
- 2 killed after crash on water-covered central Indiana road Updated: Jun-27-15 9:10 pm
NOBLESVILLE, Indiana - Authorities say a driver and a passenger died after a car went out of control after going into high water on a road in suburban Indianapolis.
- Illinois watches water rise, braces for more rain Updated: Jun-27-15 3:56 pm
MEREDOSIA, Illinois - Clear weather Saturday gave Illinois a chance to start drying out, but the effects of a week of consistent rain were still being felt and more rain could be on the way.
- Some in Bossier brace for more flooding Updated: Jun-27-15 2:47 pm
BENTON, Louisiana - Bossier Parish officials are urging residents in some areas that went under water in mid-June to be prepared to deal again with high water levels along the Red River.