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Terps Outlast Huskers

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Nebraska played toe-to-toe with #4 Maryland (20-3, 9-2) all evening at Pinnacle Bank Arena before falling 70-65.   “They’re an excellent team,” said coach Tim Miles following the loss. “We weren’t able to get to foul line enough and we missed some good looks too.”   Nebraska (12-11, 4-6) forced 18 Maryland turnovers, but were […]

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Huskers sign balanced class

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Nebraska football coach Mike Riley says the Huskers’ new recruiting class understands what Nebraska is all about. Riley says there were no signing day surprises as the Huskers inked a class of 21 players. “We can give them a combination of things that almost nobody can match in terms of the life skills they are […]

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Man collapses and dies after shoveling snow in Omaha

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A man has been pronounced dead at an Omaha hospital after collapsing while shoveling snow. Randall Miller of Omaha was 36. A friend, 36-year-old Andrew Liekhus, said he and Miller had been doing odd jobs now and then after getting done with their snow-removal service. Miller and Liekhus had been clearing snow near 160th and […]

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I-80 re-opens across Nebraska

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Interstate 80 has re-opened in Nebraska. The Nebraska Department of Roads closed the interstate, from Lincoln to North Platte as blizzard conditions stranded vehicles and made travel nearly impossible on I-80 Tuesday. The interstate remained closed as vehicles were removed and snow plows pushed snow off the pavement. NDOR re-opened the interstate in intervals, opening […]

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Snow day and sledding in Nebraska

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School is cancelled for a second day in many parts of the state after Tuesday’s snowstorm and blizzard. Erin Bock of Omaha is making good use of the free day and the snow and took her children sledding this morning at Memorial Park. Bock says, “We spent yesterday keeping it pretty low-key. It was time […]

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Winnebago man sentenced to federal prison for assault

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A Winnebago man has been sentenced to nearly seven years in federal prison for assaulting a woman about a year ago. 32-year-old Mark Decora was sentenced in federal court in Omaha for assault resulting in serious bodily injury. Federal prosecutors say Winnebago police called to a senior apartment complex found a woman with significant facial […]

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Gov. Ricketts appoints Kelch to Supreme Court

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Gov. Pete Ricketts has appointed Judge Max Kelch to the Nebraska Supreme Court, Fourth Judicial District. Kelch is a District Court Judge for Cass, Sarpy, and Otoe Counties. “Judge Kelch brings a blend of real world experience from years in private practice and working as a prosecutor as well as serving as a judge on […]

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Nebraskans warned of health risks digging out from the blizzard

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Nebraskans are digging out after two days of blizzard conditions in some areas. For many that means working with a shovel.  University of Nebraska Medical Center Associate Professor Gib Willett is a physical therapist and says many people are not used to this kind of physical activity and can easily get into trouble. First, Willett […]

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Huskers host #4 Maryland

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team is at home to take on fourth ranked Maryland. The Huskers will be looking to snap a two-game losing streak following an 89-74 loss at 21st ranked Purdue. Maryland is 8-2 in the Big Ten and trails Iowa and Indiana by a game in the loss column. “Probably the best […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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Blowing snow, icy conditions continue to make travel hazardous

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The Nebraska Department of Roads reports many roadways are still impassable Wednesday morning. Some of those are completely covered with snow. According to NDOR, roads crews continue to work on highways southwest and south central Nebraska. Travel remains difficult and is strongly discouraged due to zero visibility and drifting snow. Specifically, Interstate 80 is closed in the […]

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