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A disposable line led the Washington Post reporter to call the rural Midwest his new home: NPR

Christopher Ingraham, his wife Briana and their three children – the twins Jack (center) and Charles (right) (6) and William (2), who was born in Minnesota after the family moved to Red Lake County. Courtesy of the Ingraham family Hide Caption Switch caption Courtesy of the Ingraham family Christopher Ingraham, his wife Briana and their three children – the twins …

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Midwest Trump loyalty tested by new corn ethanol rules

After the Trump levied tariffs on China, the trump levied tariffs on China have become a significant test. Trump's China tariffs, but the waivers for administration this month to 31 oil refineries so they do not have to blend into their gasoline. Since roughly 40 percent of the U.S. "I've never been a fisherman so tired, so frustrated "Kelly Nieuwenhuis, …

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USDA's plan to relocate research agencies to the Midwest leads to a brain drain

Two critical federal research agencies are gutted after workers are called to move from Washington to the Midwest. As of Monday, new and relocating employees may be temporarily reported to offices in the Kansas City region, the US Department of Agriculture, said. More than half of the staff of the Economic Research Service and the National Institute for Food and …

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Runaway barges hit eastern Oklahoma dam amid chaotic midwest storms

KOKH reports that the barges struck Lock and Dam 16 near Webber Falls, Okla. 'VIOLENT' TORNADO STRIKES JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI AS STORMS KILL 3 AND CAUSE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE STATEWIDE Officials in Webber Falls, a town of approximately 600 people about 70 miles southeast of Tulsa, had ordered a mandatory evacuation Wednesday afternoon because of the river's rising level. On Wednesday …

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Flash floods, thunderstorms in the Midwest

Heavy tide and flash flood warnings rage across the entire Midwest on Tuesday after a series of tornadoes ripped through the southern plains on Monday, damaging buildings and causing heavy rains. The National Meteorological Service warned of the possibility of a few twisters "in parts of four states hit by tornadoes. A pickup truck travels on a flooded street road …

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The Latest: Snow, Ice Formation in the Midwest Dangerous

Traffic retreats along 56th Avenue as a spring storm breaks in on Denver before the evening rush hour on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. Blizzard warnings were issued for the northern half of Colorado's heavily populated Front Range region, including Denver, as well as the northeastern levels of the state by noon on Thursday. (AP Photo / David Zalubowski) The Latest …

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