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07/22/2019 09:23 AM
Some Nebraska and Iowa businesses are still struggling to recover from flooding that damaged their properties or otherwise kept customers away from their doors.
At least four Iowa children have died in the past 18 months at day care centers that had been warned about caring for too many children.