NRC Chief: Plants are safe

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

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Omaha, NE – The head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is on a two-day trip through Nebraska. He’s taking a first-hand look at the state’s nuclear power plants, and reassuring the public that they are safe.

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Touring Nebraska’s flooded nuke plants

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

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Omaha, NE -The images are stunning: two nuclear power plants completely surrounded by water, as sandbags, levees and makeshift walls hold back the rising Missouri river.

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Sandbaggers work to hold back Missouri

In Missouri Flooding, News, on June 24th, 2011

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Council Bluffs, IA – Council Bluffs is just one of many cities bracing for high water along a bulging Missouri River.

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Top nuke official in Nebraska

In Missouri Flooding, News, on June 23rd, 2011

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Omaha, NE – The head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Gregory Jaczko, arrived in Nebraska just after news broke that an earthen berm around the Fort Calhoun nuclear plant had collapsed around 1:00am Sunday morning. Officials say the plant is safe. Jaczko will meet with reporters Monday afternoon.

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Flooding may affect energy costs

In Missouri Flooding, News, on June 23rd, 2011

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Omaha, NE – With the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant temporarily shut down, and Cooper Nuclear Station near Brownville surrounded by water, concerns are now being raised about how the Missouri flooding might impact energy costs for Nebraskans.

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More work for Omaha, as Missouri continues to rise

In Missouri Flooding, News, on June 20th, 2011

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The National Guard will help Omaha fight back the Missouri River, as the water continues to rise.

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