Iowa launches flood hotline for 2019 season

Moline closes parts of River Drive due to flooding

Trucks from Iowa Hy-Vee stores are sending aid to flood victims in Nebraska

Historic flooding takes over the Midwest

Multiple dogs rescued in Iowa after being left during flooding at abandoned house

Wisconsin road torn in half by floods, car crashes in gap

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

Midwest flooding kills 2, prompts rescues, evacuations

Moline flood plans

Barstow residents avoid recommendations to evacuate due to Rock River rising

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

Mississippi Flood Level Impacts

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

City of Davenport lays out road closures and flood plan

The rising Mississippi is impacting local parks

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

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