Weather

September 17, 2011 12:00 AM

Flood repairs along rivers to cost $2 billion

KANSAS CITY, Mo. —The Army Corps of Engineers estimates it will cost more than $2 billion to repair the damage to the nation's levees, dams and riverbanks caused by this year's excessive flooding, a sum that dwarfs $150 million it currently has to make such repairs and that doesn't account for damage from Hurricane Irene or Tropical Storm Lee.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Flooded streets on Wichita 01:30

Flooded streets on Wichita

Getting caught in a hail storm 00:23

Getting caught in a hail storm

Heavy rains and hail hit Wichita 01:14

Heavy rains and hail hit Wichita

Hail storm arrives in downtown Wichita 00:25

Hail storm arrives in downtown Wichita

Hail storm hits downtown Wichita 00:24

Hail storm hits downtown Wichita

Wall cloud near Caldwell 00:26

Wall cloud near Caldwell

Hail in west Wichita 00:38

Hail in west Wichita

Andover tornado 25 years later 01:21

Andover tornado 25 years later

Memories of 1991 Andover tornado 01:36

Memories of 1991 Andover tornado

Minutes after the Andover tornado struck 02:09

Minutes after the Andover tornado struck

Local meteorologist discusses legacy of 1991 Andover tornado 03:08

Local meteorologist discusses legacy of 1991 Andover tornado

Duke Evans recalls filming Andover tornado 02:19

Duke Evans recalls filming Andover tornado

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos