TV6 Flood Donation drive grows to $122,000

Davenport city officials say flood is costing city over $1 million

Scott County flood resources to expand

18-year-old charged after shooting himself with stolen gun in Moline

Muscatine reopens Mississippi Drive after flood

Main Post Office reopening in downtown Davenport after flooding

American Red Cross to Host Flood Assistance Center

Palmer Chiropractic offers a hand for those affected by the flooding

Mississippi River "likely to rise again"; city officials give river levels update

Flood of '19: More roads reopen in Davenport

Crews work to clean up River Drive in Moline

More than $80,000 raised for Quad Cities Disaster Recovery Fund

Special flood debris pick-up for rural Scott County

River Drive connection between Davenport and Bettendorf opened

Illinois Governor allows tax waivers to those impacted by floods

Flood Relief Fund gets $10,000 donation

Scott County added to Presidential Disaster Declaration because of severe storms and flooding

Genesis offers free tetanus shots to protect flood workers

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