Good afternoon to you. Flooding, closed roads, closed schools, houses hit by lightning, sewer problems and more top our news today after severe storms rolled through the Heartland last night and continue to pop up today.
Grant Dade and Laura Wibbenmeyer are in the StormTeam Center
of current watches and warnings.
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Holly Brantley, Kadee Brosseau, Allison Twaits, and Todd Tumminia are covering the storm damage and flooding today.
Several schools called of classes today because of floodwaters. Many roads in New Madrid were covered with water this morning. New Madrid R-1 is also closed on Tuesday. See our full list of school closings at
. We also have school closings listed on our news app.
after falling into a hole in Marble Hill Sunday night. Crews had to rescue a 70-year-old man off of County Road 800 in Bollinger County.
Several residents had to
in Campbell. The water rose so quickly, it moved a freezer!
Lightning caused house fires in
due to flooding. This impacts about 300 customers near the Malden area.
We've received a lot of great pictures of the flooding in to cNews. Take a
to see what it looks like around the Heartland.
Three people were taken to the hospital this morning when police say a man crashed his
in Graves County.
The Somali woman lives in a stick hut covered by ragged blankets in this dusty refugee camp. It was here that her 15-year-old son wanted to travel on a perilous journey as a
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