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Risewick, Johnson Named Students of the Month

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The NCHS Students of the Month for November 2014 have been announced. Congratulations to Jena Risewick and Ryan Johnson!!  Read More »

Cotton lays out for simple goals for the Huskers over the final month of the season (AUDIO)

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First practice for the Nebraska football team since the firing of Bo Pelini. Barney Cotton, who is the interim coach leading the Huskers in the Holiday Bowl had a four goals for his team over the final three weeks of the 2014 season.  Cotton has taken the responsibility of running this team very seriously and […] Read More »

Crete apartment fire claims a life, leaves families homeless

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An apartment fire in Crete has claimed the life of one man and left 11 families homeless. 56-year-old Thomas Luzum died in the fire, according to Saline County authorities. Firefighters found Luzum’s body in a bedroom of a ground-level apartment where the fire is believed to have begun. Fire officials say everyone escaped the building, […] Read More »

Trooper stops van on I-80, seizes 135 pounds of marijuana

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A trooper who stopped a couple of vehicles on Interstate 80 seized 135 pounds of marijuana, along with a bit of cocaine and some paraphernalia. Two people have been arrested. The Nebraska State Patrol reports a trooper stopped an eastbound rental truck just off the NW 48th Street exit in Lincoln. An NSP drug dog […] Read More »

Seward woman convicted in death of man thrown from her car

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A young Seward woman has been convicted of motor vehicle homicide in a 2013 fatal accident in which two young men were thrown from her car. According to the Attorney General’s office, 21-year-old Jessica Percival lost control of her car June 16th of 2013 with two passengers hanging out of the windows. Both 22-year-old Austin […] Read More »

Nebraska selected for National Veterans Golden Age Games

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Nebraska will host the National Veterans Golden Age Games August 8th through the 12th. VA Nebraska – Western Iowa Health Care System Public Affairs Director Will Ackerman says upwards of 800 veterans, age 55 and older from across the country will compete in air rifle shooting, badminton, bowling, golf, horseshoes, swimming, track and field events and […] Read More »

Nebraska ranks as the nation’s 10th healthiest state

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Nebraska rose one notch and again ranks in the top ten on the latest report that rates the states for their health and wellbeing. Dr. Rhonda Randall, spokeswoman for the United Health Foundation, says the list is compiled by comparing 30 different criteria in four main categories: behaviors, community environment, public policy and the clinical […] Read More »

Cardinals shock Huskers 74-73 on last second shot

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The transition to Division I basketball may have been sped up a bit for Incarnate Word on Wednesday night. Kyle Hittle’s baseline shot with just over three seconds to play helped the Cardinals stun Nebraska 74-73 at the Pinnacle Bank Arena, sending the Huskers to their second straight loss. But Incarnate Word might be the true story, […] Read More »

Past Meetings a harbinger of Royals moves to come

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Wednesday at the Winter Meetings brought about more conversations and more confidence that the Royals will eventually be successful in landing a bat or two and a starting pitcher, the needs that they've outlined very clearly since the end of October. Read More »

Predicted record high employment numbers

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Nebraska is on another top ten national economic development ranking. Governor Dave Heineman says the American Economic Development and Pollina Corporate placed the state in 4th best in the nation. Governor Heineman also announced today that the job growth count is expected to top 1.1 million by 2015, a record high employment for the state. […] Read More »

Former Senator Kerrey reacts to report on CIA

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The U-S is receiving criticism from other countries after the Senate released a report detailing interrogation techniques used by the CIA on terror suspects. Former Nebraska U-S Senator and 8 year member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence is blasting his former Democratic colleagues for the report they penned. He says Democrats did nothing […] Read More »

TransCanada remains optimistic about Keystone XL project

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The Nebraska Supreme Court will release their decision soon regarding the construction of the northern tier of the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline. Opponents have a long list of reasons as to why the pipeline should not be built including the oil produced at refineries in the Gulf Coast will be exported and  not benefit Americans.   […] Read More »

Fall League names 22 to Top Prospects Team

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The Arizona Fall League announced its 2014 Top Prospects Team, highlighted by league Most Valuable Player Greg Bird and baseball's top prospect Byron Buxton. Read More »

Freshman leaves Yori’s basketball program

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Nebraska women’s basketball coach Connie Yori announced Tuesday that freshman Kaylee Page has left the program.  Page, who averaged 5.6 minutes in five games for the Huskers, played four first-half minutes at Alabama Sunday. She scored the only two points of her career in 11 minutes in Nebraska’s win over Alcorn State on Nov. 16. […] Read More »

Creighton wins their 24th at home needing double OT

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The Creighton Men’s Basketball team improved to 8-2 with its 24th straight home win, rallying for a 91-88 victory in double-overtime over South Dakota on Tuesday night.  The Bluejays led by nine with 2:59 left in regulation, but USD scored on six straight possessions, including a three-pointer by Tyler Larson at the final horn. Creighton […] Read More »