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Effective: January 20, 2020 at 8:05amExpires: January 27, 2020 at 3:05pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Indiana middle school shooting leaves teen suspect dead, no students injured: Police

ChiccoDodiFC/iStock(RICHMOND, Ind.) — A teenage suspect is dead after a shooting at an Indiana middle school Thursday morning, police said. No other students were reported to be injured from the incident at Dennis Intermediate School in Richmond, the Indiana State Police said. Police said more information about the incident would be shared with reporters. Story …

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Nutrient management preparations for 2019

An agronomist says farmers have more resources than ever before to make the best fertility decisions specific to every acre. Jon Zuk with Winfield United tells Brownfield farmers need to gather as much information as possible when putting together a nutrient management plan.       Continue reading Nutrient management preparations for 2019 at Brownfield …

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Severe storms continue to move east with flooding possible in Southeast

ABC News(NEW YORK) — The storm that dumped over a foot of snow from Washington to Colorado over the past two days is continuing to push east on Thursday. Numerous states from the east to west are under flood, snow and high wind alerts. The storm system will move into the Southern Plains on Thursday, …

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Apple announces $1 billion campus in Texas

PeskyMonkey/iStock(AUSTIN, Texas) — Apple is expanding its presence in the U.S. as a part of a billion-dollar investment that the company said would generate at least 5,000 new jobs. The iPhone maker will build a new $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas, and open new offices in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, California, to …

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Report: For third straight year, Turkey jailed more journalists than any other country

bedo/iStock(NEW YORK) — Even as Turkish leaders call for an international inquiry into Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khassogi’s murder, the Committee to Project Journalists found the Turkish government to be the world’s biggest jailer of journalists for the third consecutive year, according to a newly released report. According to the global press freedom watchdog’s Annual …

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China confirms two missing Canadians have been detained

allanswart/iStock(HONG KONG) — The Chinese Foreign Ministry confirmed Thursday that a second Canadian citizen has been detained in China in addition to the former Canadian diplomat who was reported missing earlier this week. Both men are being detained by China’s Ministry for State Security for allegedly “endangering national security.” At a press conference, Chinese Foreign …

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Survivors detail ‘life-changing experience’ trapped in abandoned coal mine

ABC News(CLEAR CREEK, W.Va.) — After being trapped in an abandoned West Virginia coal mine for days, a pair of young explorers said they learned the biggest lesson of their lives. “Everyone who was involved in searching for us, I just wanna thank you, with everything inside of me — this is the biggest lesson …

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Authorities rescue three trapped in a West Virginia coal mine since Saturday

andresr/iStock(CLEAR CREEK, W.V.) — Three people who were trapped in an abandoned coal mine in West Virginia since Saturday have been found, according to the West Virginia Office of Miners’ Health Safety and Training. A total of four people were reported missing after their abandoned ATV was found near the entrance to the Rock House …

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Miss Universe announces all its judges this year will be women

Coral222/iStock(NEW YORK) — The Miss Universe Organization announced Wednesday that for the first time in its history, it’s upcoming competition will have an all-women panel of judges to determine the winner of the iconic pageant. The women on the panel will comprise of entrepreneurs, business leaders and industry experts, according to a statement from the …

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Wednesday Night Coaches Show: December 12, 2018

Wednesday Night Coaches Show: December 12, 2018 CLICK HEREhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unkHDx2XceY&feature=youtu.beAudra Rew with Mitchell Gymnastics at 6:30 pmTodd Neuendorf with Mitchell Boys Basketball at 6:40 pmWes Morgan with Mitchell Girls Basketball at 6:50 pmTravis Carpenter with Mitchell Wrestling at 7:00 pmMatt Wilber with DWU Men’s Basketball at 7:15 pm

Groups endorse soil health provisions of farm bill

A handful of groups, including the American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE), Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2), the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), support farm bill provisions that promote soil health. New EQIP provisions incentivize management practices that increase drought resiliency, improve nutrient utilization, and enhance carbon sequestration, said Keith Alverson, …

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Trade economist says it’s unlikely the U.S. and China will resolve key issues in 90 days

Ohio State University trade economist Ian Sheldon says although the cease-fire between the U.S. and China is a step in the right direction, it’s unlikely the two countries will resolve key differences in the next 90 days. “If China were to come to the table and say they want to talk about intellectual property, I …

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Farm bill makes changes to ARC and PLC programs

The 2018 Farm Bill includes revisions to the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs. Farmers will be able to switch between the ARC and PLC programs on a crop-by-crop and farm-by-farm basis beginning next year. They will also be able to make an annual decision between the two programs in 2021. …

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Stabenow pleased with how farm bill addresses water quality

One of the principal architects of the 2018 Farm Bill says the conservation title strengthens water quality initiatives across the country. During a conference call with reporters Wednesday, Senate Ag Committee Ranking Member Debbie Stabenow touted improvements to regional partnerships established in the last farm bill. “It’s worked so well that we actually have created …

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China rumors prop up hog futures

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, cattle futures closed firm to higher ahead of widespread direct cash business.  Early bids indicate there could be some positive support from this week’s cash trade.  February live cattle closed $.75 higher at $122.90 and April live cattle closed $.37 higher at $124.90.  January feeder cattle closed $.27 higher at $147.57 …

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Chaff from military plane likely caused mysterious blip in weather radar: Reports

richardcalver/iStock(NEW YORK) — Meteorologists may have discovered what caused a mysterious blip in the weather radar in Illinois and Kentucky earlier this week. On Monday afternoon, large blips that would usually indicate stormy weather flashed across the radar maps showing southern Illinois and western Kentucky, but there was neither a storm system nor a raindrop …

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‘This hurts’: Officials failed to follow up on 2016 DNA hit on man accused of killing North Carolina girl: DA

FBI Charlotte(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) — The man suspected of sexually assaulting and killing 13-year-old Hania Aguilar was connected through DNA to a rape from 2016 — but investigators never followed up on that DNA evidence, and if they did, that likely would have saved the girl’s life, prosecutors said Wednesday. “This hurts,” Robeson County, North Carolina, …

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Theresa May survives crucial no-confidence vote amid Brexit uncertainty

Leon Neal/Getty Images(LONDON) — U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May survived a crucial no-confidence vote this evening, avoiding the prospect of a bitter leadership contest within her own party. Early forecasts expected her to survive the motion comfortably, and in the end, her fellow conservative members of Parliament voted in favor of her leadership by a …

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‘Amazed’ at lack of concern over ‘grave’ threats from China: FBI official

ilkaydede/iStock(WASHINGTON) — In the past six months alone, U.S. news outlets and other publications have unleashed several hundred articles spotlighting the robust cyber-espionage threat the U.S. says is emanating from China. Congress has also held open hearings on the matter, and Trump administration officials have traveled the country to publicly warn Americans of the growing …

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Amazon workers in Staten Island announce plans to unionize

jetcityimage/iStock(NEW YORK) — Amazon workers at a Staten Island warehouse are launching a campaign to unionize, officials at the retail workers union confirmed on Wednesday. Employees at the Staten Island facility spoke about what they called problematic workplace conditions at a press conference in front of New York City Hall. The news of the organizing …

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