Branstad views Cedar River flood damage

Governor Branstad visited flood damage in several eastern Iowa communities today.


TowerNewNetwork.com has started a live stream of a camera from its tower to watch the Cedar River rise.



Governor Branstad and other state leaders checked out flooding damage in Vinton Wednesday.


From evacuation plans and shelters to road closures and sandbags, this is the main information for flood response.


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Cloudier, cooler, and breezy conditions for Wednesday: September 28, 2016


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Community Foundation establishes fund for non-profits to assist flood victims


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Sprinkles possible, sunshine Thursday: September 28, 2016


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