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This year's historic flooding of the Mississippi, Missouri and now the Souris rivers has forced thousands across the Midwest to evacuate -- leaving some with a fear of losing everything.

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State of saturation in Minotupdated: Wed Jun 29 2011 07:20:00

The Souris River in Minot is starting its slow retreat after reaching a record crest on Sunday.

Floodwaters crest, fears remainupdated: Tue Jun 28 2011 11:51:00

Floodwaters crest in Minot, North Dakota, displacing thousands. CNN's Jim Spellman reports.

Flood disrupts Minot water supplyupdated: Tue Jun 28 2011 11:51:00

Residents of flooded Minot, North Dakota, remained under orders to limit their water use Tuesday, a day after rushing floodwaters apparently broke a main water line, a city spokesman said.

Town fills with waterupdated: Sun Jun 26 2011 21:24:00

Residents of Minot, North Dakota wait anxiously to return to their flood damaged homes.

River crests, but North Dakota flood fight far from overupdated: Sun Jun 26 2011 21:24:00

The bloated Souris River has crested at an historic high in Minot, North Dakota, but floodwaters likely will remain at or near their current level for several days, authorities said Sunday.

20% of Minot, North Dakota underwaterupdated: Sat Jun 25 2011 22:49:00

Water is flowing from Canada to North Dakota faster than ever as the Souris River crests, surpassing an 1881 record.

Minot bracing for 5 more feet of waterupdated: Sat Jun 25 2011 13:21:00

The Army Corps of Engineers says they expect between five and seven more feet of water to reach Minot, North Dakota.

Thousands of homes flooded in N. Dakotaupdated: Sat Jun 25 2011 13:21:00

Floodwaters gushed Friday into Minot, North Dakota, inundating thousands of residences and businesses, with water reaching mailboxes in some places, officials said.

North Dakota lake overflows faster than predictedupdated: Thu Jun 23 2011 22:34:00

Waters rushed into an overflowing lake near Minot, North Dakota, faster and in greater amounts than expected Thursday, officials said, exacerbating the region's flood concerns.

Major flooding in Minot, North Dakotaupdated: Thu Jun 23 2011 14:06:00

Residents in Minot, North Dakota, appear resigned to face major flooding as water now flows over the city's dikes.

Officials: River crest at Minot will hit record levelsupdated: Wed Jun 22 2011 22:19:00

With record water levels poised to inundate the North Dakota town of Minot, the mayor and the state's governor congratulated citizens on an organized and efficient evacuation

Flood risk prompts evacuations in Minot, North Dakotaupdated: Tue Jun 21 2011 21:23:00

Authorities have ordered the evacuation of some 12,000 people from the city of Minot, North Dakota, and surrounding areas because of expected record flooding, officials said Tuesday. Kevin Fishbain: Catching up with Chicago preps legend Ronnie Fieldsupdated: Tue Jul 07 2009 16:37:00

The world of YouTube can make legends out of nobodys, but in the case of Ronnie Fields, it can also keep legends alive. A collection of his high-flying dunks and soaring blocks from his high school days in the mid 90's has received almost 170,000 hits. A mural at Chicago's Farragut Academy remembers his career there.

Missile truck tips in latest Air Force mishapupdated: Fri Aug 01 2008 07:51:00

A truck carrying an unarmed missile booster tipped over in North Dakota on Thursday, the latest in a two-year string of Air Force mishaps.

Air Force says officers fell asleep with nuke codeupdated: Thu Jul 24 2008 22:25:00

Three Air Force officers fell asleep while in control of an electronic component that contained old launch codes for nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles, a violation of procedure, Air Force officials said Thursday.

Air Force officers relieved of duty over loose nukesupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 19:37:00

A six-week probe into the mistaken flight of nuclear warheads across the country uncovered a "lackadaisical" attention to detail in day-to-day operations at the air bases involved in the incident, an Air Force official said Friday.

Loose nukes scareupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 19:37:00

Air Force Secretary Michael Wynne talks about the mistaken flight of nuclear warheads across the country in August.

Source: Firings likely in transport of nuclear warheads across U.S.updated: Thu Oct 18 2007 10:24:00

The Air Force will recommend the firing and disciplining of several service members involved in the mistaken flight of nuclear warheads across the country in August, according to a military official familiar with the investigation.

CNNMoney: 12 Topekas. 1 Beverly Hills. Tough tradeupdated: Wed Sep 27 2006 09:12:00

Pity the poor, modern-day Jed Clampett, exchanging the simple and inexpensive life of the Ozarks for the glitz, glamor - and prices - of Beverly Hills. A typical middle-class house in the Southern California city now costs more than 10 times what a similar place sells for near Clampett's old stomping grounds, Fort Smith, Ark.

FSB: Octoberupdated: Mon Oct 01 2001 00:01:00

Oct. 6-14: A plethora of hot-air balloons--750 of them, to be exact--fills the sky at the 30th annual Kodak Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. It's the largest balloon event in the world. Al...

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