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Historic flooding in parts of Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri could have a significant impact on agriculture in the Midwest. Also, Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson visits the Fermi National Accelerator...
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson took a trip to Fermilab for a tour of work on a tiny particle that could help answer some of the biggest questions in physics....
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The historic flooding in the Midwest has especially affected farmers, who are dealing with massive crop damage and livestock losses.
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The Midwest was hit with heavy snow last week, then warmer temperatures caused the snow to melt. Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd speaks with Scott Mitchell, the mayor of Hornick,...
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Scott Mitchell, the mayor of Hornick, Iowa, talks about about residents there being able to return home after being evacuated for several days.
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Flooding is at historic levels in Nebraska and parts of western Iowa, forcing hundreds of people to evacuate their homes. The floodwaters follow heavy snow last week and a fast...
Nebraska's Gov. Pete Ricketts is calling the widespread flooding there the worst in state history. He says he'll be meeting Monday with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to get a...
Scientists say that the butterflies number in the millions as they make their way to the Pacific Northwest.
Nebraska Gov. Ricketts says he will be meeting with FEMA on Monday to get a federal disaster declaration in place.
Powerful storms in the Midwest have left behind high flooding waters, forcing hundreds of people to evacuate their homes.