Heavy rains and dam releases have prompted the Souris River to rise, breaking a 130-year-record in Minot, N.D.
The Souris River was expected to break a more than century-old record at some point Friday, then go as much as 6 or 7 feet higher over the weekend. Minot, N.D., was braced itself for heavy flooding. In nearby Burlington, the mayor said: "We're no longer able to save the city."
In spite of the mass destruction caused by the May tornado, Joplin's spirit holds strong.
County workers laid 1,700 feet of barrier along the Katy Trail in Rocheport on Friday, giving the town's lower reaches 3 feet of extra protection against Missouri River floods.
The power plant will continue to operate at full capacity.
Evacuations occurred Friday in northwestern Missouri, and a state park was closed. The area could see water for some time.
Animals are available for free adoptions Saturday and Sunday. The adoption event is hosted by the Joplin Human Society.
Ronald D. Nole is suspected of stealing up to $64,000 in metal and selling it for cash at a local recycling facility.
The planned project would cost no more than $104,015, and the federal government will pick up 95 percent of the cost.
Rani, the mother, gave birth to a baby girl at 1:13 p.m. Friday. Raja, one of the Saint Louis Zoo's most popular animals, is the father.
A plan to alter the boundaries of Columbia's wards will be presented at a July 14 public hearing. The ward realignment would even out the estimated populations in each ward.
One rest area will reopen next weekend, and the others will remain permanently closed to passenger cars.
The free workshops, hosted by the Columbia Public Works Department, teach participants to reuse food waste, newspapers and old T-shirts to create compost.
Falk, best remembered for his role as the underestimated police detective Columbo, also acted in such plays as Paddy Chayefsky's "The Passion of Josef D." and Neil Simon's "The Prisoner of Second Avenue."
Those attending don't need to bring items in order to take items.
There were no injuries and the robber did not gain entry to the bank, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
The Prices were nominated by a group of their peers and selected by a committee of members of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce. The award recognizes someone who has made a significant contribution to the community
The former monk is a central figure in a sexual abuse lawsuit. He said he has sexual contact with multiple choir members, of which two were between 16 and 18 years old.
Hometown Bank, the holder of the note on the motel, repossessed it for $105,000 during a foreclosure auction Wednesday.
The orders allow oversized trucks, more use of landfills and expands medical licenses until Aug. 1.