American Red Cross to offer daily meals to those displaced by flooding

Midwest flooding kills 2, prompts rescues, evacuations

Barstow, Ill. residents told to make evacuation plans, Rock River continues to rise

Some residents around the Rock River don't mind the flooding anymore

City of Davenport lays out road closures and flood plan

St. Patrick's Day Parade "will go on" according to Davenport officials

Cities throughout the Quad Cities Area prepare for upcoming flood

Portion of Mississippi River restricted after boat sinks

Parts of River Drive closed due to rising water levels

The rising Mississippi is impacting local parks

Communities prepare for near record-level flooding by the Rock River

Spring flooding washes bridge out on family's driveway

Flooding is causing some closures at Iowa state parks

Neighbors reach to potential flooding along Silver Creek in Davenport

Jo Daviess County Sheriff's Office releases list of impassable roads due to flooding

Businesses, city of Davenport prepares for flooding; flood plan activated

Maquoketa river near Maquoketa rises over 13 feet in just 24 hours

Flooding forces closure of parts of Hwy. 52 in Dubuque County

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Becoming the first to wear the hijab in the Air Force

Lt. Maysaa Ouza is the first Air Force JAG Corps officer allowed to wear a hijab. Ouza was first told she could only request a religious accommodation to wear her hijab after formally enlisting.

Booker pledges to undo Trump's 'un-American' trans military ban

“When I am president of the United States, right away I will end this ridiculous, insulting, un-American ban," Booker said.

Kim Kardashian wanted to pay an ex-inmate's rent. But he was still denied an apartment.

Kardashian West urged any landlords in Nashville, Tennessee, willing to give Matthew Charles "a second chance," to please come forward.

Nashville officer hospitalized after being dragged down street by ATV

Police said the drivers of the vehicles "illegally took over" the area.

To curb traffic, cities explore making drivers pay more

Advocates think congestion pricing would solve traffic woes and decrease pollution, critics worry it could exacerbate inequality.