Minnesota’s tax collectors are waiving their deadlines for northeastern Minnesota businesses affected by flooding.
The recent storms that have hit much of the state, didn’t just impact homeowners and businesses. Farmers south and west of the Twin Cities have experienced extensive flood and hail damage. Now, some corn and soybean fields won’t bounce back.
WCCO would like to thank everyone who helped provide water to the residents of Duluth, Minn. and Superior, Wis. after flooding hit that area.
The Carlton County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents that law enforcement across the county are alert and are being vigilant to keep potential thieves and looters away from the flood zones.
In the midst of the Northland historic flooding, one Barnum, Minn. family was hit harder than most, and had to fight off one tragedy after another.
FEMA teams are heading to the Northland to begin assessing the damage from last Wednesday’s historical flooding.
Extensive flood damage in northeast Minnesota could disrupt your weekend plans.
Two vehicles in central Wisconsin plunged into a ravine created when heavy rains washed away a 50-foot stretch of highway, killing three people, authorities said Thursday.
The swirling, raging, violent storm water should have killed 8-year-old Ken, who was swept six blocks through a culvert.
The flooding has been so bad in Carlton, Minn. that hundreds of residents have been asked to evacuated.
Several animals escaped from their cages and more than a dozen drowned at the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth due to flooding.
There is a growing concern about the possibility of flooding especially along the Mississippi River. The river is under a flood watch near St. Paul, but up north near Aitkin, a flood warning has been issued.
The National Weather Service in Minnesota is warning that forecasted heavy rains could cause flash flooding in parts of Minnesota and western Wisconsin, and flooding in some Minnesota rivers.
A jury has ordered an Iowa warehouse operator to pay Hormel Foods Corp. $4 million for failing to protect its products from floodwaters in 2008.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says the cost for building a Red River diversion channel around Fargo is going down.