Mystery fire at Ft. Calhoun nuke plant: Disabled ability to cool spent fuel pool — Feds sending special team of inspectors to learn more — Reactor will not restart until cause determined

Ft. Calhoun nuke plant can’t be inspected for damage until floodwaters recede — Restart may be some time next spring

Local TV: Water has leaked into building containing radioactive material at Ft. Calhoun nuke plant — “That water we treat as radioactive waste” (VIDEO)

100% chance of reactor core damage if floodwaters went above 1010 ft. at Ft. Calhoun nuke plant, NRC said in 2010 — River now around 1,007 ft. and expected to rise

NY Magazine: This will sound familiar — Backup generators are working to cool nuclear materials

ABC: Federal gov’t “so concerned” about Ft. Calhoun situation that NRC chairman is headed to plant

NYT on Ft. Calhoun: Equipment ‘nicked’ 8 ft high, 2,000 ft long berm causing it to deflate

Flood berm collapsed after being punctured by an unidentified piece of machinery: OPPD

OPPD: Water also leaking around concrete berm surrounding Ft. Calhoun nuke plant’s main transformers

WSJ reports press release from NRC saying Ft. Calhoun’s flood deficiencies were remedied — No mention of recent NYT report that NRC’s evaluation of plant’s new defenses is not complete

NRC yet to complete its evaluation of flood defenses installed at Fort Calhoun nuclear plant — Other flooding matter “still under investigation”

Helicopter makes emergency landing near Ft. Calhoun nuke plant while checking if floodwaters had weakened power transmission lines

4 to 5 more inches of water at Nebraska nuke plants after 7% flow increase from dam: Army Corps of Engineers

ABC: “Two feet of water have already made its way to several areas of the Fort Calhoun plant” — “Authorities say there is no immediate danger”

NRC says it is “closely monitoring” Missouri River as floodwaters rise at Cooper and Fort Calhoun nuclear plants

NYT: Fire before Ft. Calhoun’s spent fuel pool lost cooling power “remains under investigation”

NRC in 2010: Major flood could cause core damage at Ft. Calhoun nuke plant– Cited for second most serious category of violation

Two-thirds of hot nuclear fuel remains in reactor core at Calhoun plant even though media claims it was ‘shut down’ for refueling and maintenance

Omaha World-Herald: “Lots of questions today about the safety of the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant. Check out this photo!”

NBC Nightly News: Concerns building over condition of Ft. Calhoun nuclear plant (VIDEO)

NRC takes “unusual step” of sending top regional regulator and more inspectors to troubled Omaha nuke plant (PHOTO)

Radioactive releases “not expected” at Omaha nuke plant — “As of now, there has been no risk to the public”