Steve Nedved

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Apr 24

California driver mows down eigh pedestrians in ‘possibly intentional’ crash

iStock(SUNNYVALE, Calif.) — A driver in California sped through an intersection and plowed into a group of pedestrians on Tuesday night, injuring at least eight people, including a 13-year-old. The crash took place at about 6:30 p.m. in Sunnyvale, a suburb of San Jose, and about 45 minutes south of San Francisco. A Sunnyvale police …

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Apr 24

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib criticizes Saudi ruler Mohammad Bin Salman

Salwan Georges/The Washington Post/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Rep. Rashida Tlaib vociferously attacked Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman on Tuesday night, calling him out for torturing and executing children. Tlaib, D-Mich., was responding to a news story about the execution of Mujtaba al-Sweikat, who was slated to attend Western Michigan University. He was arrested for taking …

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Apr 24

Local Sports for Wednesday April 24th

The Mitchell spring High School baseball team needed two wins against Sioux Falls Roosevelt last night to keep them in the top tier of the power house teams in Class A baseball.  Mitchell won the first game at Cadwell Park 9-2 but fell in game one 6-4 in 11 innings.  Mitchell is now 10-4 overall …

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Apr 24

Born to run: While on the treadmill, Carly Pearce can also “talk on the phone, text, tweet, Instagram”

ABC/Image Group LAIf you keep up with Carly Pearce on her socials, you probably know the Kentucky native is an avid runner.  But her fiance, Michael Ray, has also let it slip that during her workouts, Carly’s quite the accomplished multi-tasker — and she’s owning up to it. “I swear, it’s not good to be marrying somebody who’s …

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Apr 23

Pesticide collection program safely disposes of hazardous chemicals

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is doing unwanted pesticide collection events at several sites in the state. Tom Steever spoke to the DNR’s CJ Plassmeyer, who says the free events result in a safer environment. To find out more, visit mosoy.org. Brought to you by Missouri’s soybean farmers and their checkoff. Continue reading Pesticide collection program …

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Apr 23

Militia group agrees to leave their encampment in New Mexico near US border

KVIA-TV(SUNLAND PARK, N.M.) —  An armed militia group of private citizens has agreed to leave their encampment near the U.S.-Mexico border after officials expressed concerns about them brandishing weapons on public property. “They decided it wasn’t worth the fight,” Sunland Park, New Mexico, Police Chief Javier Guerra told ABC News on Tuesday. Members of the …

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Apr 23

Bodycam video released in shooting of unarmed woman near Yale University

Connecticut State Police(NEW HAVEN, Conn.) — Newly released body camera video has shed new light into an officer-involved shooting in New Haven, Connecticut, that’s prompted protests. Stephanie Washington, 22, was shot in the torso on April 16 in New Haven when an officer from the neighboring town of Hamden and another from Yale University unleashed …

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Apr 23

Bad winter wx forces calving season question

Damage from blizzards and flooding have raised the question of changing future calving seasons to late spring and early summer. Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State Emeritus Extension animal health specialist, tells Brownfield in the upper Midwest region, a breeding season in the hotter months of summer might be feasible, ”Getting the calving out of that time …

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Apr 23

South Dakota spring wheat delayed, winter wheat looks good

A South Dakota wheat grower was close to getting spring wheat planted when a storm hit. “About a week ago we had about 24 or 25 inches of snow,” said Shannon DePoy, who farms in Northwestern South Dakota, “and we’ve had some more showers after that.” Shannon tells Brownfield his plans are delayed because of …

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Apr 23

Cattlemen called to speak up during wolf comment period

An overwhelming majority of public comments support keeping the gray wolf on the Endangered Species List. Ashley Kohls with the Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association says more than 20,000 comments have been submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding its plan to remove protections for gray wolves. “Last we checked, there were only four …

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