(Council Bluffs, IA) -- President Donald Trump highlighted his administration's agricultural policy during a campaign visit just across the border in Council Bluffs Tuesday evening. Trump pointed out that he has given the go-ahead for higher ethanol content to be mixed with gasoline and sold throughout the year, which he says will help corn farmers and ethanol producers. Trump also says Midwestern farmers and ranchers will also benefit from the new trade deal struck with Mexico and Canada which will replace NAFTA. Trump told the crowd that if they don't go to the polls next month and vote Republican -- Democrats will win and reverse his policies. Many people wearing Nebraska shirts could be seen in the large crowd that turned out to greet the president.
(Omaha, NE) -- Two students are injured following a stabbing at a Nebraska high school. Omaha police say 16-year-old Nick Cisar stabbed 15-year-old Lacey Paige before trying to slash his own throat yesterday afternoon at Burke High School. Both students were taken to a hospital with serious injuries, and the school was placed on lockdown as a precaution. Police are investigating the incident, and classmates say the suspect and victim previously dated.
(Clay Center, NE) -- Two men are taken to a hospital after a workplace accident at a Clay Center business. The victims were cleaning out a tanker at Extreme Transfer yesterday afternoon when they were injured. The Clay Center Fire Department says the men may have been overcome by fumes. The incident is under investigation.
(Omaha, NE) -- Omaha police are identifying the victim of a deadly crash. Twenty-five-year-old Patricia Leahy of Omaha was injured in a crash at 42nd and Grover streets on Monday and was pronounced dead at a hospital. Authorities say the crash took place when another driver ran a red light.