Mayor Mike Thoms talks about all the festivities surrounding the event and the whole community is invited to attend.
Savanna is preparing for rising Mississippi. The expected crest this time around is over 20 feet.
Savanna was sandbagging a few weeks ago and they're back at it Tuesday.
The River Bandits have been on the road since opening day. It wasn't planned that way, but the combination of Mississippi River flooding and work to raise the railroad tracks outside Modern Woodmen Park forced the baseball team to play all its games at opponent's fields. The Bandits first home game is now set for Friday afternoon, with season opener festivities planned for Saturday.
The mayor of Savanna, Illinois is asking for community groups and volunteers to turn out today to help protect the city from another wave of flooding. A sandbag wall is built to handle a crest of about 20-feet, but the river is expected to hit 21-feet this weekend. The goal is to gather enough volunteers to build that wall higher to protect homes and businesses.
A California man shows off quite the collection and Meteorologist Kevin Phelps tells Matt and Morgan what Jumpmans are.