KCRG-TV9 Coverage 10:59-11:17am, 6-17-08

After the reopening I-380, drivers said they appreciated the reopening, but the interstate did have bumper to bumper traffic.

FEMA offered tips for people reentering their homes, asking them to take precaution.

The temporary Website for Cedar Rapids listed homes that could and could not be reentered.

University of Iowa took an aerial tour of the campus that was affected by the floods, making it different for students to have a place to stay on campus.

Flood victims in Coralville continued to wait for when they would be allowed into their homes. Citizens were asked to call Coralville's City Hall to determine were they able to enter homes.

Two Waterloo teenagers were accused of looting in apartments.

A boating ban to keep citizens safe was also lifted.

Dave Franzman reports on the reaction of the flooding of various non-profit offices.

The Community Health Free Clinic in Cedar Rapids reopened.

Free Tetanus shots were also offered during the clean-up process in Iowa.

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