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Davenport ponders a Mississippi River flood wall it has long rejected


“Higher and longer floods”: Davenport’s Flood Task Force hears future flood probability


Davenport's Flood Task Force holds first meeting, discusses what should be protected from flooding


City of Davenport activates flood plan


The Nina and The Pinta will not stop in Davenport this season due to flooding


"Don't be a straggler"; deadline approaches for those in need of FEMA assistance


Main Davenport Post Office resumes full retail operating hours


City of Davenport gives update on flooding and River Drive


River recedes, opening up multiple businesses in downtown Davenport


6-year-old in Rock Island sells Lemon-Aid to help those impacted by the flood


Davenport officials work to retrieve car in flooded waters at Credit Island


Flood of '19: Facilities set to reopen in Davenport, again


Bix @ 6 training run cancelled due to flooding in downtown Davenport


City of Davenport meets with railroad over flooding and other issues


Flood of '19: River Bandits move next homestand to Peoria


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