Cedar River Recedes, Forecasted To Drop Below Flood StageAuthorities say the Cedar River in Iowa is slowly receding from its crest in Cedar Rapids, and a new forecast says the water level will drop below flood stage sooner than expected.
Wis. Officials: Flood Damage Approaches $10MWisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is approaching $10 million.
Heavy Rains Hamper Minnesota Farmers' HarvestingHeavy rains forced farmers inside last week, and there were only three suitable days for fieldwork because the ground is so wet.
After Heavy Rains, Dayton Issues Emergency OrderGov. Mark Dayton is declaring an executive order to help combat flooding damage from heavy rains across Minnesota.
As Cedar River Rises, Cedar Rapids Residents Hope Flood Barriers HoldResidents of Iowa's second-largest city hope that a temporary floodwall protecting thousands of homes and downtown buildings will hold Tuesday as the rain-swollen Cedar River crests.
4 Things To Know: Presidential Debate, Snowplow Readiness, Carbon Dioxide & MoreFrom reactions of the first presidential debate between candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, to the Minnesota Department of Transportation getting snowplows ready for winter, here is a look at the top four stories from Sept. 27, 2016.
Northfield Business Owners Fighting Off FloodwatersThe city of Northfield is in a state of emergency Saturday night after some of the highest water levels ever recorded along the Cannon River.
Flooded Faribault Bracing For More RainAfter a soggy week, southern Minnesota is preparing for another wet night. Flood watches and warnings have already been posted.
MnDOT: Flooded Roads Reopening In SE MinnesotaRoads are reopening in southeastern Minnesota as flood water recede. The Minnesota Department of Transportation says Highway 105 near the Iowa border south of Austin reopened early Saturday after being closed because of flooding from the Cedar River.
Portions Of 2 SE Highways Remained Closed Due To FloodingPortions of two southeast highways remain closed Friday due to flooding following Wednesday's torrential rains. According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, near the Austin area Highway 105 is closed from 120th Street to 160th Street. Flooding was caused by the Cedar River.
Flood Waters Leaves 2 Dead In Small Wis. TownResidents of a tiny community which sits at the base of a bluff along the Mississippi River in southwestern Wisconsin are trying to put their lives back together after storms and flooding ripped the town apart and caused one death.
Wis. Man Dies After Mudslide Destroys His HomeAuthorities in western Wisconsin have recovered the body of a man whose home was destroyed by a mudslide amid heavy rains that drenched the region.

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