Army Corps takes verbal beating over flooding

In Missouri Flooding, News, on October 27th, 2011

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Omaha, NE – Public hearings with the Army Corps of Engineers continue across the Midwest this week, after kicking off with Monday’s impassioned hearing in Omaha.

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Will the Missouri’s levees hold for another wet season?

In Missouri Flooding, News, on October 21st, 2011

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Omaha, NE – Some U.S. Senators are wondering what will happen if the Midwest sees a lot of rain next spring… or even just a little more than normal.

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FEMA opens flood recovery centers

In Missouri Flooding, News, on August 29th, 2011

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Lincoln, NE – As floodwaters recede on the Missouri River, discussion is underway about how to prevent a similar flood in the future. Meanwhile, Nebraskans along the river are trying to recover.

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Brownville flooded with misinformation

In Missouri Flooding, News, on July 21st, 2011

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Lincoln, NE – In towns all along the Missouri River, business owners and farmers are facing an arduous economic wave of uncertainty. In the small village of Brownville, they’re battling an additional variable: misinformation.

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Brownville residents not worried about nuke station

In Missouri Flooding, News, on June 30th, 2011

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Omaha, NE – Nebraska’s two nuke stations have been questioned on their safety and preparedness, as the Missouri River continues to rise around them. But in the surrounding communities, the residents are not that worried.

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Flooding a mixed bag for Nebraska wildlife

In Missouri Flooding, News, on June 28th, 2011

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Lincoln, NE – As thunderstorms continue dropping more rain onto the Nebraska plain, state rivers continue swelling. But humans aren’t the only ones threatened by the downpour: animals also face immediate and long-term dangers.

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