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UPDATE: Train derailment leaks crude oil into Rock River near Doon, IA Video included

The Sioux County Sheriff's Office has ordered mandatory evacuations for a part of Sioux Center after a train derailment Friday morning. 


Hawarden farmer has field flooded Video included

 A devastating natural disaster for a Hawarden, Iowa, farmer has left him with nearly no dry land to work with.  


Governor Kim Reynolds to tour NW Iowa flood damage on Saturday Video included

Gov. Kim Reynolds, along with Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Acting Director Joyce Flinn, will tour damage caused by flooding events in three Iowa counties on Saturday, June 23.


Community of Doon, IA comes together in aftermath of train derailment Video included

Friday night, the town of Doon, Iowa, put on a community dinner at the Fire Hall to feed dozens of volunteers who banded together to protect the town of about 600 people.


Akron fire department and volunteers prepare for flooding Video included

Akron residents are preparing for the worst, taking all precautions on any flooding that could happen in their area. 


Thunderstorm chances arrive for the weekend, flooding continues Video included

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It's been a rather pleasant day with drier conditions across Siouxland which included some sunshine finally! This doesn't mean we're not dealing with the aftermath due to all of this rain though as many are seeing Flood Warnings.


Many Hawarden roads under water Video included

As of right now, river levels are still rising in the city of Hawarden. 


Alton, Iowa assesses impacts of flooding so far Video included

As the flood waters continue to go down in Alton, Iowa, the clean up begins.


Cherokee prepares for potential record flooding Video included

Officials say they are not as concerned for the weekend at this point but they are keeping a close eye on what's going on upstream.


Some people still evacuated in Rock Valley, IA due to flooding Video included

"Well, we've had a lot of rain, you know, we didn't anticipate it getting this high but, it's such a big area that had so much rain that it finally just yeah, it had to start flooding. That's all there is to it. It had to go somewhere," says Resident Jim Driesen.  .


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