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...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In South Dakota...iowa...nebraska...minnesota... James River At Huron James River Near Forestburg Split Rock Creek Near Corson Rock River At Rock Rapids ...Read More.
Effective: March 19, 2019 at 8:54pmExpires: March 21, 2019 at 12:52amTarget Area: Davison

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In South Dakota...iowa...nebraska...minnesota... James River At Huron James River Near Forestburg Split Rock Creek Near Corson Rock River At Rock Rapids ...Read More.
Effective: March 19, 2019 at 8:54pmExpires: March 21, 2019 at 12:52amTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

How DNA from family members helped solve the ‘Golden State Killer’ case

Sacramento Police Department(SACRAMENTO) — It was a long process to connect the DNA of the unknown “Golden State Killer” to the suspected serial killer and rapist, identified this week as 72-year-old former Police Officer Joseph DeAngelo. Here is how the pieces of the puzzle were put together, according to Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie …

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How DNA from family members helped solve the ‘Golden State Killer’ case

Sacramento Police Department(SACRAMENTO) — It was a long process to connect the DNA of the unknown “Golden State Killer” to the suspected serial killer and rapist, identified this week as 72-year-old former Police Officer Joseph DeAngelo. Here is how the pieces of the puzzle were put together, according to Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie …

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Flood Warning issued April 28 at 10:05AM MDT until May 05 at 12:00AM MDT by NWS

…The Flood Warning is cancelled for the following rivers in South Dakota… Big Sioux River near Medary …The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in South Dakota…Iowa…Minnesota… James River At Mitchell

AWOL Marine charged with grandmother’s murder, sheriff says

Halifax County Sheriff’s Office(ROCKY MOUNT, N.C.) — An 18-year-old Marine who allegedly went AWOL is accused of killing his grandmother, according to North Carolina officials. Sally Copeland Evans, 74, was reported missing on Thursday after family members said they hadn’t seen her for several days, the sheriff’s office in Halifax County, North Carolina, said. The …

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Russia: Floating nuclear plant towed to sea for fueling trip

Russia: Floating nuclear plant towed to sea for fueling trip ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — A floating nuclear power plant built in Russia has embarked on its first sea voyage so its reactors can be loaded with fuel. The floating plant, the Akademik Lomonosov, was towed on Saturday out of the St. Petersburg shipyard where …

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Multi-state pipeline nears endpoint in Minnesota

WORTHINGTON, Minn. (AP) — A pipeline project decades in the making that will provide water to more than 300,000 customers in South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota is nearing completion. Minnesota Public Radio reports that work on the Lewis and Clark pipeline is nearing its end point in Worthington. Officials say the pipe should be connected …

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Official: Major wildfire potential average in western SD

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A fire official says the potential for large wildfires in South Dakota ranges from average to below average across the state. State Fire Meteorologist Darren Clabo said in a Friday seminar at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology that the western and central parts of the state are …

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Quiet, cool weekend ahead for central and eastern US

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Most of the nation has a quiet weekend ahead with no significant weather impacts in the forecast. A new system will bring some rain and cool conditions in the Northwest this weekend, while cool air also sinks into parts of the Midwest, Great Lakes and Northeast. On Saturday, temperatures in the …

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Burros return to Custer State Park after wildfire

CUSTER, S.D. (AP) — Wild donkeys have returned to a western South Dakota park after a wildfire caused injuries to the herd. The Legion Lake fire in December led to injuries for all nine burros in Custer State Park, including burns, dehydration and hoof damage. Three burros were euthanized and the rest were removed from …

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Archivists work to preserve old South Dakota county records

Archivists work to preserve old South Dakota county records PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Archivists are moving some old county tax records from the courthouse to a South Dakota State Historical Society facility. The Pierre Capital Journal reports that the roughly 700 bound volumes of Stanley County tax records are moving from the county courthouse to …

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Police will not be charged in death of man shocked with Taser in shower

iStock/Thinkstock(MILWAUKEE) — The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office said it will not press charges against two police officers who used their stun guns as many as 18 times in the death of a naked man in the shower last May. District Attorney John Chisholm made the announcement on Friday, saying there was “no basis to …

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Passenger on deadly Southwest flight files lawsuit over ‘mental trauma’

Southwest Airlines(PHILADELPHIA) — One of the passengers on the Southwest flight that made an emergency landing following engine failure has filed a lawsuit against the airline, as well as the makers of the plane and engine. When the engine exploded, pieces of it blew out a window on the plane, causing a woman to be …

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Dream job alert: Airline will pay you to travel around the world

Wow Air(NEW YORK) — An Iceland-based airline is offering a job to two people who want to fly around the world. WOW Air is hiring a person and their “best friend” to visit some of the airline’s 38 destinations around the world and document their travels in a digital guide. The job description includes finding …

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Pompeo says Kim Jong Un ‘serious’ about nuclear talks

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump’s brand new secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, on Friday revealed new details about his secret meeting with Kim Jong Un – saying Kim is “serious” about getting rid of his nuclear weapons – and that he’s doing so because of the president’s “global pressure campaign” to isolate North Korea economically …

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West-central Minnesota farmer waiting on warmer soils

A west-central Minnesota farmer expects to wait at least another week to begin planting. Kirby Hettver says there should be a lot of activity by next Monday, if the weather cooperates. “It looks like a 40 percent chance (of rain) for us on Tuesday.  Depending on the amount of precipitation, that could push everything back …

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CME dairy prices mostly up Friday

Dairy prices were mostly up Friday at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.  Class Three April milk was unchanged at $14.51 a hundredweight.  May was up $.09 at $15.07. June was up $.11 to 15.55. July was up $.07 to $16.01.  The milk futures from August through next March ranged from zero to eight cents higher. Grade …

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Monsanto on Arkansas and Missouri dicamba dates

Farmers in several states are finding out their ability to use new dicamba products is ever changing. The Arkansas Supreme Court has stayed several decisions in county courts that would have allowed access to dicamba products after April 15th. Monsanto’s dicamba lead, Ryan Rubischko, tells Brownfield Ag News, “We are not providing Xtendimax in that …

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Stine agronomist urges patience

A Stine Seed agronomist is advising corn growers to let their soils warm up and dry out some before planting. Mike Smith says planting corn into cool, wet soils can result in problems that last all summer long. “There are several things that can occur,” Smith says. “Sidewall compaction—we can get nutrients being stuck in one …

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Nebraska’s property tax relief drive has ended

Supporters of a billion-dollar property tax relief measure in Nebraska have dropped their efforts to place the issue on the November ballot. Trent Fellers with the coalition called Reform for Nebraska’s Future, says there were growing doubts as to whether the ballot measure was the best route to address the issue. And he says they weren’t …

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Suspected ‘Golden State Killer’ attends first court appearance handcuffed in wheelchair

ABC(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — The suspected “Golden State Killer” appeared in a Sacramento County, California, court for the first time since he was arrested. Former police officer Joseph James DeAngelo, 72, donned an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs as he was wheeled into the courtroom for his arraignment. He appeared to be weak and frail and was …

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