BROWNVILLE, Neb. — The failure of a Missouri River levee in northwest Missouri offered a brief reprieve Friday from flooding near the Cooper Nuclear Station in southeast Nebraska, although officials expect the waterway to rise back up to a threatening level.
Cooper Nuclear Station in Nebraska gets relief from levee breach
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