MoDOT officials say U.S. 61 at Alexandria, Missouri, was reopened Tuesday at 10 a.m. after flood waters receded enough to allow crews to clean the road. More>>
As the levels on the Mississippi River continue to drop, Quincy park district officials are preparing to re-open Art Keller Marina later this week. More>>
River water still covers playgrounds in the Tri-States, making them hard to play on. However, even after the water recedes parents still need to be cautious. According to the CDC, bacteria, including the ones that cause tetanus, are oftentimes found in the soil and can enter the body through breaks in the skin.
Even though river levels are going down and flood waters are receding across the Tri-States, some people are still dealing with the mess its left behind.
Flooding caused some businesses across the Tri-States to shut down during a peak tourism season, and Saturday one of those re-opened.
One Quincy restaurant has re-opened after rising flood waters forced it to close. More>>