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...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Nebraska...south Dakota...iowa... Missouri River Near Greenwood Missouri River Near Verdel Missouri River At Niobrara Missouri River At Springfield ...Read More.
Effective: July 21, 2019 at 9:51amExpires: July 22, 2019 at 1:50pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Grandmother accused of killing husband, look-alike held without bond in Florida

WZVN(FORT MYERS, Fla.) — The Minnesota woman accused in an alleged multistate crime spree will continue to be held without bond in Florida, where she was extradited last week after being captured in Texas. Lois Riess waived her right to appear for her pretrial detention hearing today in Lee County in southwest Florida. A public …

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10 Connecticut police officers injured in explosion while responding to domestic call

iStock/Thinkstock(NORTH HAVEN, Conn.)–Ten police officers were injured in an explosion Wednesday evening after responding to a domestic disturbance call at a Connecticut home. Police sent a tactical team to the North Haven residence after learning that a man was reportedly barricaded inside the residence. It is unclear if the man was the homeowner. Local station …

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Burglary suspect arrested

An eighteen year old Letcher man is in custody after he was arrested in Yankton County regarding a recent burglary in Mitchell. Lieutenant Don Everson says Demetrius Vanwalleghen is charged with burglary and grand theft for a break in at Fog N Droz early on April 26th. Stolen items include batteries for vape pens, vape …

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Black rhinos return to Chad, nearly 50 years after local extinction

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Six black rhinos were flown thousands of miles across the African continent today to Chad, where they had been relentlessly hunted to local extinction almost 50 years ago. The rhinos were loaded into specially designed crates at the Addo Elephant National Park in South Africa and driven to the Port Elizabeth International …

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Teen surprises hospitalized grandfather ahead of her prom: ‘It was like pure happiness’

@siannitir/Sianni Tirado(NEW YORK) — One teen didn’t want to attend her senior prom without sharing the moment with a very special man in her life: her grandfather. Sianni Tirado told “Good Morning America” that she spent her prom day, April 14, surrounded by family and friends as she got ready for her big night. But …

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US soldiers killed in Niger were outgunned, ‘left behind’ in hunt for ISIS leader

Mark Wilson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Four Army special operations soldiers killed in action during an ambush in Niger last October were part of a largely inexperienced and lightly-armed team outmatched by ISIS fighters who exploited bad decisions by U.S. commanders, families of the fallen soldiers and other sources briefed on the military investigation told ABC …

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Missing hiker found at a hotel could be billed for search-and-rescue efforts

iStock/Thinkstock(GORHAM, N.H.) –The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department said it may charge a hiker for search-and-rescue efforts after he was found staying at an upscale hotel. The man, 70-year-old Christophe Chamley of Massachusetts, had told his wife he would be returning from his hike in the White Mountains on April 23. Chamley was still …

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Corn, soybean export sales up on week

  The USDA reports combined old and new crop export sales of corn, soybeans, and wheat for the week ending April 26th were at the high end of pre-report estimates, while old crop soybean product sales topped most analysts’ expectations. Physical shipments of sorghum were more than what’s needed to meet USDA projections for the …

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Ethanol Forum by Indiana Corn Growers Association

Amie Sites will cover the Ethanol Forum by Indiana Corn Growers Association on May 17  at Ivy Tech Corporate College and Culinary Center, Indianapolis. Continue reading Ethanol Forum by Indiana Corn Growers Association at Brownfield Ag News.      

Military plane crash latest in string of deadly aviation incidents

iStock/Thinkstock(SAVANNAH, Ga.) — The C-130 cargo plane that crashed outside the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, killing all nine service members on board, was the latest in a string of deadly military aviation incidents. An extensive Military Times investigation last month revealed that manned aviation accidents rose nearly 40 percent since budget cuts in 2013. During …

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Bill Cosby’s wife blasts media and accusers, compares case to Emmett Till

Ron Galella/WireImage(NEW YORK) — Bill Cosby’s wife spoke out for the first time since the comedian was found guilty of sexual assault — taking shots at the media and her husband’s accusers, and comparing the case to the infamous lynching of Emmett Till. Camille Cosby, who has been married to Bill Cosby for 54 years, …

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USSEC says soybeans are “on sale”

  The U.S. Soybean Export Council says the U.S. is attracting more business than usual for soybean sales even with reduced shipments to China and competition from South American. “While China has been focusing their purchases so heavily on South America, and there’s this concern over the tariffs that would really lock them into buying …

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Cargo plane that crashed on Georgia highway had just undergone maintenance, officials say

iStock/Thinkstock(SAVANNAH, Ga.) — An Air National Guard C-130 cargo plane that crashed on a Georgia highway and killed nine crew members had just undergone maintenance and was headed to Arizona when disaster struck, a military official said Thursday morning. The crash occurred about 11:30 a.m., shortly after taking off from the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, …

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Starbucks CEO to mentor two black men arrested at Philadelphia shop

ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) — The CEO of Starbucks will mentor the two black men who were arrested at the coffee chain’s location in downtown Philadelphia last month, after the men reached a settlement with the company and the city. Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson will now “have a seat at the table,” they said, alongside their …

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More Midwest tornadoes possible after dozens reported since Monday

ABC News(NEW YORK) — At least 26 tornadoes have been reported across four states since Monday, as a period of severe weather now enters its fourth straight day. Sixteen tornadoes have been reported this week in Kansas, four in Oklahoma, five in Nebraska and one in Missouri. There were at least 192 storm reports on …

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Inside the $50K underwater hotel suite in the Maldives

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island(RANGALI ISLAND, Maldives) — Travelers will soon be sleeping among marine life in an underwater hotel room in the Maldives. The residence at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island will be available later this year and will cost at least $50,000 per night. The rate is based on how guests customize the undersea experience, …

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Police injured in explosion after possible hostage situation

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) —  As many as eight Connecticut police officers were injured in an explosion late Wednesday while investigating a potential domestic-violence situation, authorities said. The North Haven Police Department said the officers were responding to a home where a man had reportedly barricaded himself and a woman inside. The woman had been held in …

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Cracked window forces Southwest flight diversion

iStock/Thinkstock(CLEVELAND) — A Southwest Airlines plane was diverted Wednesday after a crack was reported in one of its windows, the airline confirmed to ABC News. Southwest Flight 957, scheduled to fly from Chicago to Newark, New Jersey, was diverted to Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport and landed “without incident,” according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), who …

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Black men arrested at Starbucks settle with city for $1 each and $200K for a nonprofit student program

Melissa DePino/ABC News(PHILADELPHIA) — The two black entrepreneurs who were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks last month for sitting at the cafe without ordering a drink have reached a settlement with the coffee chain and the city. While the dollar amount that Starbucks settled for was not disclosed, the city will pay the men each …

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