JACKSON, Miss. — Rain from the remnants of Hurricane Isaac could help the drought-stricken Mississippi River, but experts say it's not enough for long-term relief for the vital waterway that is at its lowest level since 1988.
Isaac's rain not enough relief for Mississippi River
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