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...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Nebraska...south Dakota... Missouri River Near Greenwood Missouri River Near Verdel Missouri River At Niobrara Missouri River At Springfield ...Read More.
Effective: November 14, 2019 at 8:36amExpires: November 15, 2019 at 12:33pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Michigan investigators searching for remains of up to 6 girls after cold case reopened

WABC(DETROIT) — Police in Michigan are searching for the remains of up to six girls after a cold case dating back to the 1970s was reopened. Investigators on Tuesday executed a search warrant from the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office to look for the remains of 12-year-old Kimberly King, who went missing in 1979, in a …

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Miami cop charged after allegedly kicking car thief suspect in the head

Obtained by ABC News(MIAMI) — A suspended Miami Police officer was charged with assault today after cellphone video allegedly showed him kicking a suspect in the head during an arrest. Officer Mario Figueroa was charged with misdemeanor assault for “taking a large kick at the head of a detained a 31-year-old car theft suspect named …

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BOGO Chipotle and other awesome deals for educators to snag on Teacher Appreciation Day

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK CITY) — Here are some deals and freebies offered by businesses who are honoring their local educators on National Teacher Appreciation Day. Check with local retailers near you to make sure that they’re participating, too. Ann Taylor LOFT — LOFT offers teachers 15 percent-off of full-priced purchases every day. Click on the link …

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Trial opens in 2016 death of US student Beau Solomon found dead in Rome

Soloman Family(ROME) —  The trial opened in Rome today against an Italian homeless man, 42-year-old Massimo Galioto, accused of killing 19-year-old American college student Beau Solomon in 2016. Galioto is accused of manslaughter for allegedly pushing Solomon into the Tiber River in downtown Rome, which led to his death from drowning. Prior to his death, …

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Researcher would like more vaccination field trials

A university research veterinarian says she would welcome more field trials on calf vaccination medicines. Dr. Amelia Woolums with Mississippi State University tells Brownfield every licensed vaccine is tested in what is called an experimental challenge study but says field trials tell more about how the vaccines work in the real world.  “Calves are vaccinated …

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Hemp processor wonders what court ruling means to his business

The recent legal actions concerning industrial hemp and a hemp product has a processor concerned about the future of a new facility. Ken Anderson with Legacy Hemp is a seed dealer and seed-for-food processor who does not make CBD oil, but he says the recent ruling by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San …

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NAFTA nations are in talks in DC this week

Leaders from the US, Canada, and Mexico are meeting in DC this week to further negotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has said he wants to reach a new NAFTA deal soon. But, there are still unresolved issues including auto manufacturing in Mexico, which was the focus of talks …

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R-CALF USA urges administration to block sale of National Beef

R-CALF USA is urging the Trump Administration to block the sale of one of the nation’s largest beef packers to a Brazilian owned company. In a letter to the US Attorney General and the US Treasury Secretary, the organization alleges Marfrig’s proposed purchase of National Beef Packing Company is an attempt to gain control over …

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Wisconsin Dept. of Ag, Trade, & Consumer Protection Board meeting

On July 24, 2018 Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Larry Lee will cover the Wisconsin Dept. of Ag, Trade, & Consumer Protection Board meeting in Madison.   Continue reading Wisconsin Dept. of Ag, Trade, & Consumer Protection Board meeting at Brownfield Ag News.      

New Ebola outbreak in the Congo, 10 other cases suspected: Health officials

iStock/Thinkstock(BIKORO) — Just under a year after the World Health Organization declared “the end” of the recent outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the country’s government has announced a fresh outbreak with two confirmed cases of the virus. Alongside the two new cases in the north-western town of Bikoro, which were confirmed …

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National Teacher of the Year shares 6 tips to help parents empower their child in the classroom

ABC News(NEW YORK) —  Every parent knows that a child’s teacher can make or break the school year. But what can parents do to empower their children in the classroom for the best possible outcome? National Teacher of the Year Mandy Manning currently teaches English at Joel E. Farris High School in Spokane, Washington. Many …

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School security officer charged with assault after allegedly tasing student

Normandy Schools Collaborative(ST. LOUIS) — A security guard who allegedly tased an unarmed 14-year-old student at a Missouri middle school has been charged with assault, police announced Tuesday. On April 20, police arrested Frederick Abernathy, the director of security at the Normandy Schools Collaborative, the Normandy Police Department said in a press release. Police said …

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Archbishop of Canterbury chills to Stormzy’s hip-hop to prepare for royal wedding duties

Samir Hussein/Getty Images(LONDON) — The Archbishop of Canterbury, who will officiate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding this month, revealed that he has turned to the music of grime and hip-hop superstar Stormzy as he prepares for the occasion. The Most Rev. Justin Welby will be the celebrant in less than two weeks at St. …

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Hemp farmers, processors have questions following court decision

Farmers preparing for an industrial hemp crop have been dealt a setback.  The Federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the Drug Enforcement Administration, which says the hemp extract CBD oil is a Schedule 1 controlled substance. The DEA says since CBD oil comes from marijuana flowers, it’s illegal.  Hemp farmers argue it also …

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White House biofuels meeting taking place today

Another White House meeting to discuss the Renewable Fuel Standard is taking place today. Iowa Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst will be part of the meeting with President Trump, as will EPA administrator Scott Pruitt and Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue.  Grassley says he will once again express his grave concerns about the RFS hardship …

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Arrest made in shooting of ATF agent in Chicago

ABC News(CHICAGO) — An arrest has been made in last week’s shooting in Chicago of an agent from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, according to an official briefed on the case. The unnamed agent was shot Friday while working with a new federal gun strike force that involved both local and …

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Emergency calls from deadly military plane crash released by Georgia police

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The 911 calls from witnesses of the WC-130 military plane crash in Georgia were released. Nine airmen with the Puerto Rico National Guard died in the crash. There were no survivors. The WC-130 nose-dived onto a highway in Savannah, Georgia last Wednesday, leaving debris and surrounding the area with clouds of black …

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44th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Luncheon by the American Dairy Association of Indiana

Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Amie Sites will be on the ground for the 44th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Luncheon by the American Dairy Association of Indiana on Tuesday, May 22 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. Continue reading 44th annual Fastest Rookie of the Year Luncheon by the American Dairy Association of Indiana …

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Managing calf vaccination will be better with a veterinarian that knows the herd

Dr. Amelia Woolums with Mississippi State University discusses vaccinating calves, when, and who should do it on today’s Managing For Profit. Continue reading Managing calf vaccination will be better with a veterinarian that knows the herd at Brownfield Ag News.      

Major flooding hits Montana, storms moving into heartland

ABC News(NEW YORK) — An active jet stream moving in from the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday is bringing heavy rain and storms with it. Strong to severe storms are possible from the Dakotas to Missouri today. The biggest threat will be damaging winds and hail, but we can’t rule out a tornado or two. On …

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