CHICAGO -- Recent safety and personnel problems at a nuclear power plant operated by the Nebraska Public Power District have cast a cloud over the district's finances, according to rating agency officials.

Standard & Poor's Corp. last week revised the outlook to negative from stable on the Nebraska Public Power District's long-term outstanding debt, which is rated A-plus, primarily due to the problems at the Cooper Nuclear Station, located about 65 miles south of Omaha.

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