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Floods and Flooding

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  • Body identified as man who fell into manhole during flooding

    A body found in Syracuse's underground sewer system has been identified as that of a man who disappeared after falling into an open manhole while trying to help a motorist stranded on a flooded street.
  • Academy superintendent: Flooding threat will demand significant effort

    Academy superintendent: Flooding threat will demand significant effort
    In September 2003, Hurricane Isabel flooded classrooms at the Naval Academy, causing $105 million in damage. More than a decade later, storms and rising sea levels have made the threat of flooding an increasing concern at the 338-acre academy. "I...

    Illinois River hits record flood stage at Beardstown

    Flooding continues in parts of Illinois after the state saw its rainiest June on record. The National Weather Service on Thursday reported major flooding on the Illinois River at Beardstown, Hardin, Havana, LaGrange Lock and Dam, Meredosia and Valley...

    On the Level: Advice concerning areaway drain and basement flooding

    Editor's note: In light of recent rains, we are reprinting a timely column originally published June 6, 2009. We have a 1973 two-story house with a basement that we've owned for about two years. The problem is that whenever we get substantial rainfall,...

    Thursday afternoon rain could cause minor flooding

    Thursday afternoon rain could cause minor flooding
    Prepare for the potential for heavy rain that could cause minor flooding Thursday afternoon and Friday. The National Weather Service predicts a slight chance for showers between 8 a.m. and noon, with thunderstorms also possible after noon. The day...