June 12, 2008

June 12, 2008: 9:40PM-10PM

Heavy rains in the area continues to cause problems for Northeastern Iowa. Meteorologist Joe Winters continues to update viewing area of the weather. Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki report what is needed... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 10PM-10:14PM

Bruce Jacobs from Cedar Rapids Utilities Department explains that water should only be used for drinking purposes. Jacobs asked people to use water if it was only necessary otherwise. No time frame for... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 10:14PM-10:30PM

Gov. Chet Culver talks with KCRG and encourages Iowans and says the most important issue is the safety of the public. In Western Iowa, a tornado hit a boyscout camp. Storms continued to hit Iowa while... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 10:30PM-10:45PM

Mandatory evacuation continued to expand because of the rising rivers. A map of the area showed areas where people were asked to move for their safety. Josh Hinkle reports how difficult it was for some... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 11PM-11:15PM

First time KCRG was allowed to get into the Palo area, because of high water. Palo was completely evacuated. Water in Waterloo had subsided. The city officials begin allowing some residents back into... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 10:43PM-11PM

Justin Foss reports after thirty minutes city had more than one hundred sandbaggers. Before the information went on air the city said they only had ten people to help. Cedar River currents were going... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 11:15PM-11:30PM

Joe Winters forecast that more rain was in the future, but dry weather was possibly on its way. Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki explains the difficulty into entering into certain neighborhoods, especially... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 11:30PM-11:45PM

Benton County uses back up for electricity. Justin Foss reports from Mercy Medical Center Hospital to help with sandbagging. The hospital continued to operate, but water was moving closer to the area. Bruce... Read More »

June 12, 2008: 11:45PM-12AM

Mercy Medical Center clears out their patients because of emergency evacuees. The hospital removed critical patients first. President and CEO Tim Charles spoke with KCRG and said the decision was one to... Read More »

June 13, 2008: 12AM-12:20AM

Beth Malicki reports update that no travel was advised in the entire Jones County. So many roads were under water. Steve Doser from the College Community Schools talks about the shelters being put up... Read More »

June 13, 2008: 12:20AM-12:40AM

Bruce Aune says water had went up to 8th Avenue and reports that Mercy Medical Center staff and patients had to evacuate the hospital in Cedar Rapids. Mark Geary and Justin Foss report on the volunteers... Read More »

June 13, 2008: 12:40AM-12:57AM

Bruce Aune and Beth Malicki continued with updates about Mercy Medical Center and their emergency evacuation. Many people came to help the Cedar Rapids' hospital sandbag. President and CEO of Mercy Medical... Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 5:00-5:20am, 6-12-08

Emergency evacuations move to Johnson County. Also, mandatory evacuations for Coralville from Edgewater Dr. to Shadow Ln. Mayor Jim Fossett declared emergency evacuations, because of the flooding of... Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 5:24-5:41 am, 6-12-08

In breaking news, Benton County disabled their communication center and no longer had 911 capabilities. Four people died after a tornado touched down at a boy scout camp in Little Sioux, Harrison County. One... Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 5:42-5:58am, 6-12-08

Flash flood warnings and storms continued throughout Northeastern Iowa. First time for four day of dry weather in a row. Boeing tested its newest plane and Anheuser Busch shares might have had an increase... Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 5:42-5:58am, 6-12-08

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 5:42-5:58am, 6-12-08... Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 6:00-6:18am, 6-12-08

The areas in Cedar Rapids that were evacuated included the Rompot District. Linn County issued a mandatory evacuation because a small breech in the levee. Work at the Iowa Memorial Union stopped after... Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 6:26-6:48am, 6-12-08

Boy scout camp hit by tornado update, morning weather.... Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 6:51-6:55am, 6-12-08

Iowa DOT photos of a flooded Hwy 24 near Fort Atkins, Hwy 18 between Charles City and New Hampton, and the Iowa Northern Railway near Clarksville. Governor Culver sandbags in Columbus Junction. Mississippi locks shut down. Read More »

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 7:56-8:08am, 6-12-08

KCRG-TV9 Coverage 7:56-8:08am, 6-12-08... Read More »

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