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...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Nebraska...and South Dakota... Missouri River At Niobrara James River At Huron James River Near Forestburg James River At Mitchell ...Read More.
Effective: December 8, 2019 at 9:15amExpires: December 9, 2019 at 1:14pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Ohio sheriff’s employee overdoses on the job, assaults first responder

iStock/Thinkstock(CLEVELAND) — An Ohio sheriff’s department employee overdosed while on the job several weeks ago and grappled with first responders after they had revived him, police said. This week, the Brooklyn Police Department provided ABC affiliate WEWS with footage from police body cameras showing the March 23 incident. Police found 54-year-old Paul Grivas slumped over …

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Black man choked, slammed against wall by officer at Waffle House, video shows

iStock/Thinkstock(WARSAW, N.C.) — Waffle House is facing yet another controversy after video surfaced showing a black man being choked, dropped to the ground and arrested last weekend in Warsaw, North Carolina. Anthony Wall, 22, had just taken his little sister to her prom when they walked into a Waffle House with a few other people, …

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Officer fired over video of him allegedly choking former NFL player Desmond Marrow during arrest

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A Georgia police officer has been fired after an investigation into the use of force on former NFL Football player Desmond Marrow during his arrest. On Dec. 2, police were called to a shopping center parking lot in McDonough, Georgia in response to an alleged road-rage incident involving Marrow. The incident, caught …

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Sara Haines talks with mom who went viral with video on realities of motherhood

ABC (NEW YORK) — A mom whose video on the less glamorous realities of motherhood has been viewed nearly five million times said social media contributes to an unrealistic view that other families are perfect. Sarah Van Sickle told “The View” co-host Sara Haines that she recorded the now-viral video afer several days of dealing …

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Doorman vows to fight nephew in court over $4.2 million left to him in late man’s handwritten will

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A Manhattan doorman has vowed to continue fighting in court over a dead tenant’s will that reportedly left him millions. Stephen Sullivan Evans, 80, died in September, never having married or had children, and his handwritten will left his $4.2 million apartment to the longtime doorman at his building, ABC-owned station WABC …

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Opening of US Embassy in Jerusalem: What to know

iStock/Thinkstock(JERUSALEM) — On May 14, 1948, as the Jews of Palestine declared the establishment of a Jewish state, called Israel, U.S. President Harry Truman granted immediate recognition on behalf of the United States, becoming the first head of state to do so. On May 14, 2018, 70 years later, President Donald Trump will move U.S. …

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Israeli group sells special-edition Trump coin

ABC News(NEW YORK) — For those seeking a memento of Monday’s U.S. Embassy move to Jerusalem coinciding with the state of Israel’s 70th anniversary, you’re in luck. For just $50, you could purchase a gold-plated coin, of no monetary value, with Donald Trump’s face on it. The Israeli Mikdash Educational Center announced it would mint …

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Police drag 65-year-old woman from car at traffic stop: Video

iStock/Thinkstock(ATLANTA) — A police department in Georgia has opened an internal investigation into why an elderly female driver was dragged out of her vehicle at a traffic stop, according to a Facebook post by Alpharetta police. “I just panicked. I felt like my heart exploded,” said Rose Campbell, 65, in an interview with ABC’s Atlanta …

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Dogs assemble for an epic ‘selfie’ at daycare

iStock/Thinkstock(CINCINNATI) —  A group of dogs had an unprompted photo call that resulted in an epic dog “selfie.” The dogs were playing in an outdoor area at a dog daycare and boarding studio in Cincinnati, Ohio when they gathered near a gate. One of their caretakers snapped photos of the moment and the rest is …

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Nebraska farmer finished planting yesterday

Planting is wrapping up in some parts of the Midwest. Anne Meis, who farms near Elgin in northeast Nebraska, says they finished Thursday afternoon. “We finished up about 5:00 yesterday with our last bean field,” Meis says. “That’s a really good feeling, and really timely, because we had seventy-hundredths of rain last night. So sometimes …

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Iowa farmer still waiting to plant

Parts of the Midwest are still struggling to start planting. “We still haven’t been able to take a single box of seed out of the shed yet,” says Laura Cunningham of Nora Springs, Iowa, in the north-central part of the state. Cunningham says cool conditions in April and wet conditions in May have kept them …

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A wide gap of planting progress across the Corn Belt

Across the Corn Belt, cold, rainy weather is maintaining a sluggish fieldwork pace across the upper Midwest. This is further widening the gap between planting progress in northern corn and soybean production areas and the southern Corn Belt, where warm, dry weather prevails. On May 6, less than 10% of the intended corn acreage had …

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An active pattern for much of the northern, central Corn Belt

  A short-lived surge of cool air will blanket much of the northern and western U.S. into the weekend. By early next week, however, warmth will return to the North, leaving much of the country experiencing above-normal temperatures. During the next few days, showery weather will continue in the northern U.S., particularly from the northern …

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Chinese company expands Brazilian soybean operations

Chinese food giant Cofco is expanding its Brazilian operations.  A company source told Bloomberg Cofco has hired nearly a dozen additional people to buy soybeans directly from Brazilian farmers in four major growing regions. Cofco has more than 360 buyers in Brazil and trails only Bunge in total Brazilian ag exports. USDA reports China is …

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Out-of-control truck smashes light poles after climbing highway median

iStock/Thinkstock(HAMPTON, Wis.) — A driver in Wisconsin was led away in handcuffs Thursday after the truck he was driving skipped up a highway median and uprooted two light poles. No one was hurt in the incident on Interstate 43 near Hampton, according to ABC affiliate WISN-TV. The suspect was arrested by Milwaukee County deputies after …

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White Yale student calls police on napping black schoolmate, college vows to become ‘truly inclusive’

Michael Marsland/Yale University(NEW HAVEN, Conn.) — Yale University needs more work to become “truly inclusive,” a dean at the Ivy League school said after a white student there called police on a black classmate who had fallen asleep in their dormitory’s common area. “Incidents like that of last night remind us of the continued work …

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Suspect in custody after reports of a man with a gun at California high school

ABC News(PALMDALE, Calif.) — A suspect is in custody after reports of a man with a gun at a high school in Palmdale, California, about 60 miles north of Los Angeles, authorities said. The initial report came in at 7:05 a.m. local time, and was followed by a report about a half-hour later of shots …

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Seven dead, including four children, in Australia’s worst mass shooting in decades

iStock/Thinkstock(OSMINGTON, Australia) — Seven people, including four children, were found dead from gunshot wounds early Friday at a property in southwest Australia, near the popular tourist town of Margaret River, police said. It appears to be the country’s deadliest mass shooting in 22 years. Police were called before dawn to a residence in the village …

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Police respond to reports of a man with a gun at California high school

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Police are responding to reports of a man with a gun at a Palmdale, California, high school. This is a breaking news story. Please check back for additional information.

Mitchell City Council and Mayoral candidates face the public

Candidates for Mitchell city council and Mayor offered their thoughts on a variety of topics during Thursday’s public forum at MTI streamed live on the KORN News Radio website. The proposed Main Street Business Improvement District and Lake Mitchell Improvement project surfaced as the hot topics, followed by infrastructure, the Corn Palace and leadership. Council …

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