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Flood Warning issued April 22 at 11:02AM MDT until further notice by NWS

…The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in South Dakota…Iowa…Minnesota… James River Near Forestburg James River At Mitchell James River Near Scotland James River Above Yankton

Flood Warning issued April 22 at 11:02AM MDT until April 25 at 8:00AM MDT by NWS

…The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in South Dakota…Iowa…Minnesota… James River Near Forestburg James River At Mitchell James River Near Scotland James River Above Yankton

Gunman on the run after killing four people at a Waffle House near Nashville

Nashville Police Department(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — Four people were killed and four others injured when a man naked from the waist down and wielding an assault-style rifle opened fire at a Waffle House in Tennessee early Sunday morning, police said. The suspected gunman was identified as Travis Reinking, 29, of Morton, Illinois, who ran away after …

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Gunman on the run after killing 4 people at a Waffle House near Nashville

Nashville Police Department(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — Four people were killed and four others injured when a man naked from the waist down and wielding an assault-style rifle opened fire at a Waffle House in Tennessee early Sunday morning, police said. The suspected gunman was identified as Travis Reinking, 29, of Morton, Illinois, who ran away after …

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North Korea says it is suspending nuclear tests ahead of much-anticipated talks

iStock/Thinkstock(SEOUL, South Korea) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared the country will be suspending its nuclear tests ahead of much-anticipated talks between the two Koreas next week, and the U.S. and North Korea sometime next month. Kim announced his country would “no longer need any nuclear tests, mid and long and ICBM rocket …

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Man wearing ‘MAGA’ hat, Trump shirt attacks Hispanic subway rider in New York, police say

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Police in New York City are searching for a subway commuter who did anything but “Make America Great Again.” New York ABC station WABC reports the New York City Police Department is looking for a man who attacked a fellow subway rider on Friday. The suspect was wearing a red “Make America …

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Mother accidentally shoots, kills 2-year-old daughter: Police

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A 2-year-old girl is dead after being shot in an apparent tragic accident late Friday at a Cleveland-area hotel. Police in Wickliffe, Ohio, said Saturday that it appears as though the mother of the child was handling the gun when she dropped it and it went off, hitting the girl. Police said …

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Beneficial moisture on the southern High Plains

Across the Corn Belt, cold weather and low soil temperatures continue to limit spring planting activities. In addition, snow remains on the ground across large sections of the northern Corn Belt. On the Plains, cloudiness is increasing in advance of an approaching storm system. Any rain that developed later Friday on the southern High Plains …

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A welcome pattern shift for much of the Corn Belt

A storm system emerging from the Southwest will drift eastward, reaching the Southeast early next week. Highly beneficial rain developed later Friday across the drought-affected central and southern High Plains, with totals of 0.5 to 1.5 inches some areas; however, some locales may largely miss out on the rainfall, and a more widespread soaking is …

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Peterson co-signs RFS waiver letter to Trump

The ranking members of the House Ag and House Energy committees are asking President Trump to ensure no more RFS waivers are granted until transparency and accountability of the waiver program is improved. Congressmen Collin Peterson of Minnesota and Frank Pallone of New Jersey say in their letter to Trump they are deeply concerned that …

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Weather forecasts weigh on corn

  Soybeans were lower on commercial and technical selling, posting week to week losses. The stalemate over tariffs with China continues to limit export demand for U.S. beans, even as Brazil’s supply gets tighter and their prices move higher. Still, Brazil won’t be able to supply enough beans to meet China’s needs fully, so Beijing …

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IPM works to protect crops and pollinators

  An entomologist says it’s a difficult balance to manage pests while leaving pollinators unharmed. Rick Foster with Purdue University Extension tells Brownfield there are some key best management practices specialty crop growers can use to protect their crops and pollinators.  “We want people to scout their fields and only treat when they exceed the …

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4 dead, several injured in shooting at Waffle House near Nashville

iStock/Thinkstock(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) —  Four people are dead and four others injured after a shooting at a Waffle House in Tennessee early Sunday morning. Nashville police said six people were shot, including the four who died, and two others were also injured in the incident at about 3:30 a.m. local time on Sunday in Antioch, Tennessee. …

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Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday: Royal family pulls out all the stops

Andrew Parsons – WPA Pool/Getty Images(LONDON) — The Royal Family paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth at a star-studded birthday party at Royal Albert Hall tonight — where the likes of Sting, Sir Tom Jones, Shaggy, Kylie Minogue and Shawn Mendes joined a cast of commonwealth Nation artists to pay tribute to the 92-year-old Queen. The …

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North Korea says it will suspend all nuclear and missile tests

iStock/Thinkstock(SEOUL, South Korea) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un declared the country will be suspending its nuclear program ahead of much-anticipated talks between the two Koreas next week, and the U.S. and North Korea sometime next month. Kim announced his country would “no longer need any nuclear tests, mid and long and ICBM rocket …

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This company recycles event flowers and donates them to people in need

Rachel Scott/ABC News(NEW YORK) — Weddings and events often have the most beautiful floral arrangements, but after the event is over, the arrangements can end up in the trash. Former event planner Jennifer Grove is working to end that with her company Repeat Roses, which gives event and wedding flowers a second chance by donating …

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Barbara Bush remembered at funeral as ‘the first lady of the greatest generation’

Scott Olson/Getty Images(HOUSTON) — Barbara Bush was remembered at her funeral as a loving wife, mother and friend with a devilish sense of humor and who represented the best of the World War II generation. “Barbara Bush was the first lady of ‘the greatest generation,’” presidential historian Jon Meacham, a friend of the Bush family, …

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Fatal police shooting of unarmed black man in Walmart ‘massively irresponsible and reckless’: Attorney

Elyce Gray(BARSTOW, Calif.) — The family of an unarmed black man who died in a hail of police bullets at a Walmart parking lot is still looking for answers — days after video surfaced that captured the cacophony of gunfire from police officers shooting into the car he was driving. Diante Yarber, a 26-year-old father …

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Four Palestinians killed, including teen boy and disabled man, by Israeli snipers in Gaza

iStock/Thinkstock(GAZA CITY) — Four Palestinians, including a teenage boy and a disabled man, were killed Friday as Israeli soldiers opened fire across a fence dividing Israel and the blockaded Gaza Strip, officials said. According to the Gaza Health Ministry, gunfire from Israeli troops killed 15-year-old Mohammad Ayoub, 25-year-old Ahmed Nabil Aqel, who was disabled, 23-year-old …

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First-grader channels her civil rights heroes as only one to walk out of class in protest

Ethan Miller/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — She may be young, but Havana Chapman-Edwards is already a force to be reckoned with. On Friday, as students all over the country participated in the National School Walkout in support of gun control reform, Havana walked out too — of her elementary school. The Alexandria, Virginia, first-grader was the …

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