gov. pete ricketts/-r- nebraska: "this really is the most devastating probably ever had in our state's history from the standpoint of how widespread it is."i'm camila bernal reporting lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous day with mostly sunny skies early but then the fog returned. the doppler is showing no rain around the state. low clouds and fog will move into the bay and local valleys. on the satellite you can see the next storm headed our way. tomorrow we will see patchy fog give way to increasing clouds late. rain will move in tomorrow night and continue on wednesday. another storm will arrive late on friday with showers lingering into saturday. saturday. lingering into saturday. (ken) (ken) a desperate search for a missing five-year-old girl continues in stanisalus county. (grant) the young girl's family says she was with her father when she slipped and fell into the stanislaus river yesterday. reporter kay recede spoke to matilda ortiz's family who are keeping an eye on the river... hoping for any sign of little matilda. (nats)"please bring my baby back. please bring her b
.. gov. pete ricketts / -r- nebraska: "this is the most wide spread damage we've ever experienced in our state's history." butt sot gov. kim reynolds / -r- iowa: "it's hard to describe the catastrophic events that are taking place with this flooding so it's all hands on deck."i'm reid binion reporting. (ken) some volunteer pilots are taking to the skies this week over nebraska... delivering supplies to flood victims and even saving some people from the rising waters. pilot adam liston took off sunday morning at 8 a-m and hasn't stopped since. he said just on sunday he made more than a dozen flights. each trip saved friends and neighbors who weren't lucky enough to make it out.
(ken) liston wasn't the only pilot helping out... planes lined the runway as volunteers looked to offer aid during the state of emergency. (pam) after a couple of days of warm weather in northe
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