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More flooding likely along the Missouri and I-29...seriously

Posted at 10:40 AM, Sep 16, 2019

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — If you're planning a trip to Kansas City this week, your route may need to change. The National Weather Service says additional Missouri River flooding is likely and that it may cover sections of I-680 and I-29. Both routes are still under construction due to damages sustained from flooding earlier this year.

More flooding likely along lower Missouri River this week

Tonight on 3 News Now Live at 6, Senior Reporter Jake Wasikowski will see how government agencies are preparing for likely flooding and the impact it may have on homes and travel.

See also: The Mills County Emergency Management Agency has issued a flood alert for people in the county.

We'll also be taking a look at:

  • Foster care in Douglas County - The changes it will undergo with St. Francis Ministries taking the reigns earlier than expected and how ongoing legal battles may affect its ability to serve children and families.