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Travel Watch: Some roads in Region 8 Still Closed

Jonesboro, AR (KAIT) - Several state highways are still under water and closed Saturday morning.  You may need to reroute your trip.

Here is the latest closings from the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department:

Craighead: Highway 226 from Highway 349 to Highway 18.

Cross: Highway 364 near the Bushy Creek area.

Independence: Highway 37 near the Black River.

Jackson: Highway 14 from Newport to the Independence County line.

Jackson: Highway 18 from Newport to Grubbs

Jackson Highway 145 from Highway 30 to Highway 37 near Tuckerman.

Lawrence: Highway 236 (Section 5A).

Randolph: section of Highway 166 north of Pocahontas.

White: Highway 13 from Highway 267 to Highway 67.

White: Highway 31 from Highway 305 to Highway 5.

Woodruff:  Highway 33 south of Augusta (traffic diverted to McClellan Loop).

For the most up to date listings, click here for the AHTD road closings list.

 

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