UPDATED: Cedar Rapids Flood: What you need to know

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


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



Mayor Ron Corbett says the city is working for a more permanent flood protection system. But that protection could cost about 500-million dollars.


The American Red Cross is providing cleanup kits to households affected by the flood waters. The kits contain items like bleach and mops.


Sports teams help their community


DRONE VIDEO: Flood barriers keep Cedar Rapids dry


Students with special needs given homecoming to remember


U.S. Geological Survey taking river measurements


MAYOR CORBETT: System is working so far


City to Parents: Please keep kids away from evacuation area


Small towns across Eastern Iowa start to see flooding


High water creeps into Palo homes


Young boy pursues passion for music


Cedar River crests in Vinton, floods homes and businesses


Displaced residents flock to emergency shelters


Black Hawk County urges residents to report flood damage


Clean-up efforts begin in Cedar Falls


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Cedar Rapids postal delivery concerns


Linn County property tax deadline extended to late Oct.


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