Yellowstone to welcome back visitors this week after closing due to flooding

Yellowstone will welcome back visitors this week for the first time since closing due to record breaking floods. Officials originally closed all entrances into the park after record rainfall inundated Yellowstone, causing dangerous flooding that damaged roads and destroyed property. At one point, the Yellowstone River rose to its highest level in more than 100 years.

Record breaking tree seed planting event planned for Earth Day

The SC Floodwater Commission is holding a state-wide planing event, looking to put over 3 million seeds into the ground

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO) – Flooding is a systemic problem in the Palmetto State, impacting many areas, even with very little rain.  The thousand year flood notwithstanding, flooding, the runoff, and even erosion of our coastal areas is a large problem for the State. In 2017, Governor Henry McMaster created the Floodwater Commission, and appointed the former Commanding General of the…

More Tidal flooding expected in Charleston

CHARLESTON. S.C. (AP) _  Several Charleston streets were closed because of high tide flooding that is expected to continue through Monday morning. The Charleston Police Department announced the closures on Saturday.  The streets were later reopened, but the police department cautioned that flooding is expected to continue during high tides on Saturday evening, Sunday and Monday morning. The National Weather…