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An online tool from the Corps of Engineers shows which addresses may flood during the 500-year event we could have this weekend. [Read More]
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Historic floods could hit Fort Smith this weekend. [Read More]
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The governor called the National Guard out to help with anticipated flooding. [Read More]
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Several beaches at Beaver Lake were closed at the beginning of Memorial Day weekend. [Read More]
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Gov. Kevin Stitt on Friday amended an executive order declaring a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties impacted by flooding and severe storms. [Read More]
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Flooding has overtaken Riverfront Park in Fort Smith, swamping the amphitheater. [Read More]
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Traffic in the area was being diverted while emergency crews responded. [Read More]
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The Fort Smith School District wants to keep students engaged in the learning process while they are on summer vacation. [Read More]
According to Capt. Pevehouse with the Sebastian County Sheriff's Office, the four boy escaped Thursday from the Mansfield Juvenile Treatment Facility. [Read More]
"This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation." [Read More]
The Arkansas River is flooding over its banks and into Fort Smith. [Read More]
People in Van Buren are working to protect their homes from flooding. [Read More]
Several agencies along the Arkansas River are preparing sandbags for people that may need them in the coming days. [Read More]
Water levels are very high on Beaver Lake right now. [Read More]
A Union Pacific employee said the flooding will put numerous trains on hold. [Read More]
40/29 Chief Meteorologist Darby Bybee says we'll have warm and humid conditions for the next few days. [Read More]
Two barges hit the Webbers Falls Lock & Dam Thursday morning. [Read More]
ADH says people should avoid direct contact with the water in part of Washington Co. due to high levels of E. coli. [Read More]
In 2002, two barges hit the I-40 bridge just south of Webbers Falls, killing 14 people. [Read More]
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