SLIDESHOW: Flooding in Northeastern Minnesota (Previous Coverage)
Editor's Note: A look back at last year's flooding in Duluth
Major flooding is effecting the Northeastern part of the state today due to heavy rains and increasing water levels in the St. Louis River.
Floods fed by a steady torrential downpour forced road closures in northeastern Minnesota on Wednesday, and some people were being urged to evacuate their homes.
The Lake Superior Zoo also had a severe amount of damage. A seal escaped from its home, as did a polar bear.
- Utility Expects to Seek Rate Hike for Flood Damage
- FEMA Grants $2M to Help Fix Duluth Wastewater Pipe
- Flooding-Damaged Minn. Park Reopens Monday
- Duluth Looks into Fixing 16 Flood-Damaged Streams
- DNR to Begin Repairs on Willard Munger State Trail
- USDA Cites Duluth Zoo After Animals Drown in Flood
- Officials: Jay Cooke State Park Could Reopen in October
- Some Flood-Damaged Minn. Roads Close to Reopening
- Relief Money Heading to Areas Affected by Floods
- Gov. Dayton, Lawmakers Quickly Enact Flood Aid