$2.3M In Post-Flood Assistance Available Via FEMAApplicants who do not receive FEMA funding can still get help through low interest loans from the Small Business Administration.
Red River Diversion Group Seeks Removal Of Legal HurdleSupporters of a Red River diversion channel around Fargo and Moorhead say a lawsuit filed by upstream opponents should be thrown out and the project should move forward.
Dayton: FEMA OKs Individual Storm Aid For Southern MinnesotaGov. Mark Dayton's office says a federal agency has reversed itself and approved aid for individuals and households in southern Minnesota hit by heavy rains and flooding in September.
More Flood Aid For Western WisconsinGov. Scott Walker says the U.S. Small Business Administration will make low-interest disaster loans available for people and businesses in western Wisconsin affected by flash flooding in September.
Dayton Seeks Federal Disaster Declaration For Southern MinnesotaGov. Mark Dayton is asking for federal help after heavy flooding in southern Minnesota last month.
Disaster Proclamations Issued Following Flooding In NE IowaGov. Terry Branstad has issued disaster proclamations for two northeast Iowa counties that endured heavy flooding. The governor's office said Monday that he issued the proclamations late Friday for Clayton and Winneshiek counties, allowing state resources to be used to aid in recovery efforts from flooding that began Sept. 21.
Dayton Authorizes $3.3M In Disaster Aid For Areas Hit By July FloodingMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is authorizing millions in state aid to areas devastated by flooding this summer.
Some Cedar Rapids Residents Allowed To Return As River RecedesAuthorities are allowing some residents to return to their homes and other properties in Cedar Rapids' flood evacuation zone.
Officials: Wisconsin Flood Damage Approaching $20 MillionWisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is now approaching $20 million.
75 Percent Of Waseca Homes, Businesses Have Flood DamageThe realization of damage from last week's storms is quickly growing in southern Minnesota.
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.