June 12, 2008

June 12, 2008: 1:35PM-1:50PM

TV 9's Steve Nicoles looks at aerial footage in Iowa City. 30 West from I-380 to Highway 13 is backed up. Iowa DOT is allowing traffic on I-380 in the right lanes only. I-380 North is backed up. Marion... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 1:50PM-2PM

Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki discuss record water levels in Cedar Rapids. Shelter at Zion Lutheran Church is now closed, the Red Cross has moved the shelter to the Viola Gibson School. Bruce and Beth speak... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 2:20PM-2:40PM

Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki look at some Cedar Rapids homes under water. Beth Malicki updates you on the mandatory and volentary evacuations. TV 9's Justin Foss goes on a boat tour with member from the... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 3:20PM-3:40PM

Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki speak with Karen Vandersanden, a representative from Mercy Medical Center. Flood of 2008 News Conference. Bruce and Beth speak with Mayor Kay Halloran. Joe Winters issues severe... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 3:40PM-4PM

TV 9's Steve Nicoles reports on more mandatory evacuations in Iowa City in affect at 4:00 PM. 170-200 homes have been evacuated in Iowa City. Joe Winters updates you on the stages of the Iowa, Cedar, and... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 4PM-4:20PM

TV 9's Justin Foss continues to interview CR District 2 Fire Chief, Dave Brown. The water drops in Waverly, but the Cedar River in Charles City is rising. Many county roads are closed. The Waverly Health... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 4:20PM-4:40PM

Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki take a look at flooding on Boyson Road, the Cedar Rapids Country Club, and the Golf Course. Scott Saville takes us through the Viola Gibson School Shelter and interviews a couple... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 5PM-5:20PM

Joe Winters gives a weather update. John Campbell reports with arial footage in Cedar Rapids. Beth and Bruce go over mandatory evacuations in Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. 16 people get trapped in The Alliant... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 5:20PM-5:40PM

Joe Winters gives updates on the river stages. ... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 5:40PM-6PM

TV 9's Claire Kellet reports the Cedar River height in Cedar Rapids at 25.7 feet. She also reports a mandatory curfew for Cedar Rapids.... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 6PM-6:20PM

TV 9's Kaj O'Mara updates viewers on weather and tornado warnings. TV 9's Mark Geary reports live from downtown Cedar Rapids on 1st Ave. The fourth street train tracks are now completely under water. City... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 6:20PM-6:40PM

Severe weather coverage... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 6:40PM-7PM

John Campbell shows aerial footage of Indian Creek. The railroad bridge had been wiped out. The African American Musuem was engulfed in water. Mark Geary spoke to City Council Member Monica Vernon on... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 7:20PM-7:40PM

Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki report anyone one block to the river's edge needs to evacuate. Water was rising two inches per hour. KCRG studio was in the mandatory evacuation, but employees remained to... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 7:40PM-8PM

Joe Winters and Kaj O'Mara delivers around the clock flood coverage and warns Iowans to stay out of areas where water continues to rise due to wet conditions. Mark Geary stands near 1st Avenue and explains... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 8PM-8:20PM

Viola Gibson and Prairie High School were shelters for evacuees to go to during floods. City enforces mandatory curfew from 9p.m. to 5a.m. National Guards did not letting people through the downtown Cedar... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 8:20PM-8:40PM

Claire Kellett reports that the governor says 55 counties were affected by flooding. Four of the counties were granted presidential disaster areas. Seven total deaths from weather related accidents... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 8:40PM-9PM

One of the houseboats near Ellis Road broken loose. Houseboats were colliding with each other. Justin Foss reports how some people still needed to be rescued after request for evacuation. Some streets... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 9PM-9:20PM

KCRG studio started to work off back up generator. The entire downtown area of Cedar Rapids was without power. City enforces mandatory curfew. The curfew was set to reduce chaos. Officials were asking... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 9:20PM-9:40PM

Joe Winters forecast rivers cresting stage. Water conservation is in order for Cedar Rapids. Citizens are asked to cooperate so city would not have to shut off water. Mark Geary reports many power outages... Read More »

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