Minnesota River Flooding Causes Henderson Business DroughtBusinesses in the southern Minnesota town of Henderson are feeling the pinch because flooding is forcing roads to stay closed.
St. Paul, Savage Prepare For Spring Flooding As Rivers RiseAs rivers in Minnesota rise, the cities near those rivers are starting to make noticeable preparations.
Sandbagging & Road Closures As Henderson Battles Spring FloodingThe town of Henderson in southern Minnesota town has around 914 people. Some things never seem to change, like the seasonal flooding.
Minnesota River Flooding Closes Jonathan Carver Parkway Near JordanFlooding of the Minnesota River prompted a highway closure Wednesday near a community southwest of the Twin Cities.
Swift Action Taken In Henderson To Combat FloodwatersThe rising Minnesota River forced the town to adjust its timeline. Floodgates went in 24 hours before city officials thought they'd need it.
Multiple Highways Closed In S. MN Due To FloodingThe Minnesota Department of Transportation says Highway 19, from Henderson to Highway 169, was closed Tuesday afternoon due to flooding by the Minnesota River.
Mosquito Control Crew Saves Woman From Minnesota River In Eden PrairieAuthorities say the crew pulled a person in distress from the river, and the person became combative with rescuers.
Rising Rivers Close More Roads In Southwest MetroMnDOT closed a section of Highway 41 between Highway 169 near Shakopee and Chaska Boulevard.
Minnesota River Appears To Be Cresting Near JordanA flood warning remains in effect for the Minnesota River near Jordan.
Body Found Near Minn. River Identified As Burnsville Woman Missing For MonthsA passer-by first noticed the body Sunday at the edge of the river, near the intersection of Interstate 35W and Black Dog Road.
In New Ulm, Flooding Concerns Have All Eyes On The Rising RiversCommunities across central and southern Minnesota are keeping an eye on flood levels. In New Ulm, the Cottonwood River is already 5 feet above average. It will rise another foot before it starts to recede Wednesday.