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...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In South Dakota... Firesteel Creek Near Mount Vernon Vermillion River Near Vermillion James River At Huron James River Near Forestburg ...Read More.
Effective: March 25, 2019 at 8:50amExpires: March 26, 2019 at 12:49pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In South Dakota... Firesteel Creek Near Mount Vernon Vermillion River Near Vermillion James River At Huron James River Near Forestburg ...Read More.
Effective: March 25, 2019 at 8:50amExpires: March 30, 2019 at 4:00amTarget Area: Davison

Former New York City police officer indicted with tampering a crime scene after he shot a man: Sources

iStock/Graffizone(NEW YORK) —  A former New York City police officer was indicted for attempting to cover up a crime scene after shooting a man in the face, multiple sources confirmed to ABC News. Ritchard Blake turned himself in to the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office on Friday and is expected to get arraigned on two counts …

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US Customs and Border Protection detain 9-year-old US citizen for 32 hours without her parents at border

Mario Tama/Getty Images(SAN YSIDRO, Calif) — Federal officials at the Mexico border detained a 9-year-old U.S. citizen for 32 hours without her parents in order “to perform due diligence in confirming her identity and citizenship,” according to a statement released Friday by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The girl’s mother told NBC San Diego …

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Man exonerated over wrongful rape conviction after 36 years in prison

WBRZ(NEW ORLEANS) — Three people testified that he was asleep at home when the rape occurred. The fingerprints at the scene were not a match. He is several inches shorter than the sole witness’s description of the suspect and the witness didn’t point to him as the suspect in two photo line ups. But he …

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San Antonio City Council votes to stop Chick-fil-a from opening at airport

iStock/Joel Carillet(SAN ANTONIO, Texas) — The San Antonio City Council narrowly voted to prevent Chick-fil-a from opening a restaurant at the city’s airport on Thursday due to the company’s alleged bias against LGBT rights. The council voted, 6-4, for excluding Chick-fil-a from the overall restaurant and concession space operated by Atlanta-based airport concessionaire Paradies Lagardère. …

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Subway restaurant customer sues franchisee after video captures alleged assault

Tina Richardson(CONCORD, N.C.) — A North Carolina woman has filed a $25,000 lawsuit against a Subway sandwich shop franchisee after he allegedly slapped her during a dispute over a sandwich. Elizabeth Hinson, who goes by the name Tina Richardson, went to a Subway owned by Kenneth Lancaster in Concord, North Carolina, on March 8 to …

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Flood Warning issued March 22 at 8:00PM MDT until further notice by NWS

…The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in South Dakota…Iowa…Minnesota… Firesteel Creek Near Mount Vernon West Fork Vermillion River Near Parker Vermillion River Near Vermillion Split Rock Creek Near Corson

Flood Warning issued March 22 at 8:00PM MDT until further notice by NWS

…The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in South Dakota…Iowa…Minnesota… Firesteel Creek Near Mount Vernon West Fork Vermillion River Near Parker Vermillion River Near Vermillion Split Rock Creek Near Corson

light attendant set for release from immigration detention

iStock_dkfielding(WASHINGTON) — A flight attendant detained by immigration authorities for more than a month after traveling to Mexico for work was set for release Friday, her lawyer and husband said. Selene Saavedra Roman was living in the U.S. under the Obama-era program known as DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DACA is a program …

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Flooding creates problems but brings good will

A lot of northwest Missouri farmers had to scramble to get livestock, grain and hay out of way of rising water. Atchison County farmer Richard Oswald was among those surprised by the rapid increase in flows following a dam failure in Nebraska. “I think Monday morning nobody in my area really suspected anything like this …

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Hog futures take a breather heading into the weekend

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, cattle futures ended the day mixed.  Contracts were overbought and needed a correction.  The Cattle on Feed report was neutral to bearish.  April live cattle closed $.17 lower at $129.72 and June live cattle closed $.40 lower at $123.50.  April feeder cattle closed $.12 lower at $148.80 and May feeder …

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Farm Bureau FUSION conference brings to light priorities for next gen leadership

The opioid crisis, depression, and succession planning are top of mind for the next generation of Farm Bureau leaders. Minnesota Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher committee member Ava Breise attended the recent FUSION conference in Milwaukee hosted by AFBF. “There was a speaker talking about opioids in rural communities. It’s kind of crazy (because) …

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Dairy evolving with consumer preferences

The CEO of Midwest Dairy says the industry is doing a good job keeping up with the wants and needs of consumers. Lucas Lentsch tells Brownfield preferences are robust and ever-changing. “It isn’t so much about trying to manage change or control it, it’s just trying to evolve with it.” He says dairy is adapting …

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Field conditions in Wyffels territory quite variable

Field conditions vary across the Midwest. Wyffels Hybrids agronomist Brent Tharp says there’s quite a variance in states they cover like Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota. “You get down into southern Illinois, it’s still wet down there but guys are starting to think about getting into the fields. Then you get up …

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Facebook staff suspected Cambridge Analytica was harvesting data months before public reports, court filing says

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Facebook employees discussed Cambridge Analytica harvesting unwitting users’ data as early as September 2015, months ahead of any public disclosures about the practice, which later became one of the troubled tech giants largest scandals to date. The disclosure comes as part of a lawsuit filed by Washington D.C.’s Attorney General Karl …

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FFA, 4-H members could save more money through new legislation

A bill introduced in the U.S. House aims to provide an economic boost to youth 21 and younger who earn money through their agriculture related FFA or 4-H projects. Jennifer Sirangelo, President of the National 4-H Council tells Brownfield this would help young people who have projects outside of production agriculture as well. “We know …

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PEDv discovered at Oklahoma livestock show

The porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) has been discovered at a junior livestock show in Oklahoma. Roy Lee Lindsey, director of the Oklahoma Pork Council, says pigs at the Oklahoma Youth Expo started getting sick earlier this week. “We asked a veterinarian to walk through the barn and see what they thought, and our vets …

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Milk production up slightly in February

A dairy markets expert says milk production climbed again, even with fewer cows. Mark Stephenson with the University of Wisconsin’s Dairy Profitability Center says, “We did have milk production in the latest report that actually ticked up a little bit. We’re still under a 1% increase, but it was up from the last two months. …

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Corn up on export sale to China

Soybeans were lower on profit taking and technical selling. Soybeans continue to wait for the upcoming talks with China after another week of conflicting signals from both sides. Cabinet-level trade meetings are scheduled for next week. Chinese purchases of U.S. soybeans have improved but haven’t come anywhere close to the rumored amounts, and possible soybean …

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Cold, wet weather a challenge for cattleman

Livestock producers have put in extra hours to keep cattle healthy through tough weather. Vince Buck in Central Missouri has been calving since January and has been especially watchful. “If you’re not there when they hit the ground in the cold weather they’re pretty much done,” Buck told Brownfield Ag News. “We’ve spent more time …

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Former New York City police officer indicted with tampering a crime scene after he shot a man: Sources

iStock/Graffizone(NEW YORK) —  A former New York City police officer was indicted for attempting to cover up a crime scene after shooting a man in the face, multiple sources confirmed to ABC News. Ritchard Blake turned himself in to the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office on Friday and is expected to get arraigned on two counts …

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