Dec. 15 AM Live Ag Report

FRESNO, Calif.

The expensive result was due to not fixing broken levees before the winter snow melt and spring rains.

The Missouri River rose to record levels this past summer after the US Army Corps of engineers began releasing massive amounts of water.

The US Department of Agriculture's risk management agency said $114 million dollars in claims have been paid so far for flooding damage on 436 thousand acres along the Missouri River.


Fresno State's Henry Madden Library is the place to be if you want to get into the Christmas spirit and support a good cause.

Visitors can look at themed Christmas trees and have the chance to buy one.

There are eight differently-decorated Christmas trees at the library to see.

One is decked out in Bulldog gear, complete with mascot ornaments.

Another is a winter wonderland tree adorned with black, silver, and white colors.

Others are more traditional like the Holly, Jolly Christmas display and a nativity tree.

The trees will be auctioned off tonight to benefit programs and services at saint agnes medical center.

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