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...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Nebraska...south Dakota... Missouri River At Niobrara Missouri River At Springfield James River At Huron James River Near Forestburg ...Read More.
Effective: January 14, 2020 at 8:03amExpires: January 21, 2020 at 3:03pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

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...blizzard Warning Remains In Effect Until 3 Pm Cst This Afternoon... ...wind Chill Advisory In Effect From 6 Pm This Evening To Noon Cst Sunday... * What...for The Blizzard Warning, Blizzard Conditions. Additional Snow Accumulations Of Up To One Inch. Winds Gusting ...Read More.
Effective: January 18, 2020 at 2:43amExpires: January 18, 2020 at 2:00pmTarget Area: Aurora; Beadle; Bon Homme; Davison; Douglas; Hanson; Hutchinson; Jerauld; Sanborn; Yankton

‘You just don’t think,’ state trooper says after rescuing unconscious man from burning car

New Jersey State Police(NEW YORK) — New Jersey State Troopers dragged an unconscious man from a car on the side of a highway moments before it was consumed by fire. In video released by the New Jersey State Police on Thursday, State Troopers Thomas O’Connor and Christopher Warwick can be seen yelling at the man …

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US, aid groups warn against forced return of Rohingya refugees

Christian Ender/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — The United Nations, the United States, and 42 humanitarian and civil society groups are warning about a plan to begin repatriating Rohingya refugees that may be without their consent and send them back into dangerous conditions. Myanmar and Bangladesh signed a deal last week to start returning some of the more …

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Brush fire ignites in Griffith Park behind Los Angeles Zoo

iStock/Thinkstock (WASHINGTON) — A small brush fire broke out Friday morning in Griffith Park behind the Los Angeles Zoo, prompting staff to prepare for the evacuation of some animals. The fire burned about 30 acres of an area with “steep and very difficult terrain to navigate,” the Los Angeles Fire Department said in a statement. …

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Federal judge issues setback to Trump administration plans on Keystone XL pipeline

Andrew Burton/Getty Image(WASHINGTON) — A federal judge says the Trump administration did not consider environmental consequences of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, dealing a setback for the Trump administration and a win for environmental groups. The judge put the pipeline on hold until the State Department conducts another review of the possible environmental impact of …

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Japanese TV show abruptly cancels appearance by K-pop group BTS over singer’s T-shirt

Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — A Japanese television show called off an upcoming appearance by BTS, a popular K-pop group, over one band member’s T-shirt. TV Asahi had invited BTS to perform on its live music show on Friday. But TV Asahi revoked the invite after it had received complaints about BTS member Jimin. Viewers …

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Mail bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc indicted on 30 counts, faces life in prison

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A federal grand jury in Manhattan on Friday returned a 30-count indictment against Cesar Sayoc, who allegedly mailed 16 improvised explosive devices to prominent Democrats, critics of President Trump and CNN. The charges carry a maximum sentence of life in prison. The charges include the use of a weapon of mass destruction, …

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It’s a golden opportunity — don’t waste it

If we can all hold on another 10 days or so, it will all be over, or at least almost over.  The midterm elections are behind us – save for the 16 House races and two Senate races still undecided.  The Democrats will control the House come January and the 116th Congress, while the Senate …

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USDA raises 2018 chicken estimate, lowers turkey

The USDA raised it’s 2018 production estimate for broiler chickens by 79 million pounds to 42.649 billion, expecting a strong third quarter slaughter pace to cancel out an anticipated decline in the fourth quarter. The annual price was up fractionally from October at $.974 per pound, based on current price data, while exports were up …

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5 dead after Northern California wildfire engulfs vehicles, officials say

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Five people were killed when a wildfire engulfed their vehicles in Northern California, authorities said. The Butte County Sheriff’s Office said the victims were found in scorched vehicles Thursday in the town of Paradise, where the Camp Fire has ravaged entire neighborhoods. The blaze ignited Thursday morning in Pulga, a community in …

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Gut-wrenching stories about Thousand Oaks massacre victims emerge

David McNew/Getty Images(THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.) — When Cody Coffman left home Wednesday night, his dad cautioned him not to drink and drive. But what unfolded after he headed out for the Borderline Bar & Grill never crossed his father’s mind. Coffman, 22, was one of 12 people shot to death in the latest mass shooting …

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Southern California wildfires explode in size, force evacuations

Ventura County Fire Department(THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.) — Two fast-moving wildfires that exploded in the hills of Southern California are forcing thousands of evacuations, including the entire city of Malibu and a sprawling naval base. One of the blazes, the Woolsey Fire, grew to more than 10,000 acres overnight as it spread south from Simi Valley …

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FBI seeks to find man seen near home of abducted 13-year-old Hania Aguilar, surveillance video released

Lumberton Police(LUMBERTON, N.C.) — Investigators in North Carolina have released new surveillance footage showing a man they’d like to speak to in connection with the search for kidnapped 13-year-old Hania Noleia Aguilar. Surveillance video released Thursday shows a man wearing light-colored shoes, a light-colored shirt and a hoodie walking south on Lambath Road before making …

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Thousand Oaks suspect may have been texting or posting to social media before mass shooting: Sources

iStock/Thinkstock(THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.) — The veteran suspected of opening fire at a Thousand Oaks, California, bar, killing 12, may have been texting or posting to social media immediately before and possibly during the shooting, multiple law enforcement sources told ABC News. Investigators are now reviewing the social media accounts of suspect Ian David Long, 28. …

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‘I don’t want prayers … I want gun control,’ demands mom of Thousand Oaks mass shooting victim

KABC(THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.) — Telemachus Orfanos survived the deadliest shooting in modern American history. But he was killed one year later in another mass shooting in his hometown of Thousand Oaks, California. “My son was in Las Vegas with a lot of his friends and he came home. He didn’t come home last night,” his …

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A stunning Mandarin duck is putting the fall colors in Central Park to shame and New Yorkers can’t get enough

Instagram/@eastlake23(NEW YORK) — The Mandarin duck that’s taking over the internet is back in New York City. Visitors to Central Park were unable to locate the duck earlier this week. But on Thursday morning, lucky bystanders caught a glimpse of the rare, multi-colored bird. The bird immediately caused a social media frenzy when it first …

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Utah State University student awarded Glenn Kummerow Scholarship

The 2018 Glenn Kummerow Scholarship presented by the National Association of Farm Broadcasting Foundation was awarded to Corryn La Rue, a Senior at Utah State University with a double major in agricultural communications and journalism. La Rue has been a member of NAFB since her freshman year of college. She has completed several internships throughout …

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Protecting the US pork industry from ASF

The spread of African Swine Fever in China and the threat it presents has the pork industry and its producers on high alert. National Pork Producers Council chief veterinarian Dr. Liz Wagstrom spoke with Brownfield at the 2018 NAFB Convention in Kansas City about how the government and producers are being proactive to prevent the …

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RFA cautiously optimistic E15 rulemaking process will move quickly

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler says U.S. drivers will have access to E15 next summer, but the head of the Renewable Fuels Association says they are cautiously optimistic because the rulemaking process for the waiver has been delayed until February. Geoff Cooper is president and CEO of RFA. “From experience we know that 120 days, which …

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RFA cautiously optimistic E15 rulemaking process will move quickly

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler says U.S. drivers will have access to E15 next summer, but the head of the Renewable Fuels Association says they are cautiously optimistic because the rulemaking process for the waiver has been delayed until February. Geoff Cooper is president and CEO of RFA. “From experience we know that 120 days, which …

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Doud believes House Democrats will back USMCA deal

The leading U.S. agricultural negotiator is confident the USMCA trade agreement will not have problems getting ratified. Gregg Doud with the U.S. Trade Representative’s office tells Brownfield he believes Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives in the election won’t slow down the USMCA ratification process.  “The conversations from the beginning were on both …

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