The flooding situation in Johnson County is worsening, very quickly. Jim Stiman of the US Army Corps of Engineers Rock Island District has notified officials that current projections may exceed 712 feet and go over the spillway
Just as the city was trying to get back to normal after last night's torrential downpour, which caused flooding and damage, mother nature throws a second round at us, with even more severe consequences. Here's what we know so far.
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Iowa City has announced they're closing the two northbound lanes of North Dubuque Street this afternoon (weather permitting) or Tuesday morning to allow installation of flood barriers around the University of Iowa’s Mayflower Residence Hall...
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