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Rescued Scouts were OK, but lacked dry wood

Six Louisiana Boy Scouts and two adult leaders were rescued by helicopter from an Arkansas wilderness area Tuesday morning.Full story

Southern states at risk for more severe weather

  After violent weather killed at least 13 people, the National Weather Service issued new high-risk warnings on Wednesday for possible tornadoes, hail, flash flooding and dangerous lightning for parts of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. The Weather Channel's Julie Martin reports

'Severe' flooding in Poplar Bluff, Mo.

  Msnbc's Tamron Hall talks with Poplar Bluffs Police Dept.'s Sgt. Keith Hefner about the disastrous flooding in the area.

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  Flash flood warnings released in Midwest

Officials are warning that flash flooding could be possible in many portions of the upper Midwest, where rivers have already swelled in Ohio and Indiana. NBC's Bill Karins reports.

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