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Nebraska senator welcomes Obama visit, but says he has nothing to do with strong state economy (AUDIO)

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A United States senator welcomes President Obama to Nebraska and says the president can learn a lot from the state. President Barack Obama makes his first stop in wake of his final State of the Union to Nebraska, speaking at the University of Nebraska-Omaha this afternoon. A White House official has said the president is […]

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Huskers open B1G race by hosting Northwestern

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team opens the Big Ten race at home this afternoon against Northwestern. The Huskers enter the league race with a record of 8-5. Under third year coach Chris Collins Northwestern is 12-1 for the first time since 1930 and the Wildcats are averaging just under 80 points per game. “Their guard […]

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Winter storm warning for parts of eastern Nebraska

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A winter storm warning is in effect for parts of eastern Nebraska until 3 a.m. Tuesday. National Weather Service – Omaha Meteorologist Dave Fobert says the Omaha area will have periods of heavy snow into the middle part of the afternoon and then light snow into the early evening hours. This is making travel very […]

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Ventura looks to extend Royals’ pitching prowess

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The Blue Jays know their offense won't be shut down for very long, but they also understand they have to hurry. The Royals shut them out, 5-0, in Game 1 on Friday night and can grab an assertive 2-0 lead in this best-of-seven American League Championsh...

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UNO’s Baxter Arena dedication highlights changes in athletic program

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The University of Nebraska – Omaha is officially dedicating their new athletic facility, the Baxter Arena this afternoon. The arena will be used for Maverick hockey, basketball and volleyball games as well as for community and campus events. While most in the community is celebrating the new facility, others are upset that UNO cut their […]

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Strong storms bring hail, heavy downpours and rope tornadoes

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Tornadoes, hail and heavy rain were reported in storms that moved along the Nebraska-Kansas border in the late afternoon hours of Labor Day. Two spotter reports to the National Weather Service described rope tornadoes near Reynolds and south of Fairbury, according to John McKee, the Jefferson County Emergency Management Coordinator. “If we did have any […]

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Thousands of flags will honor 9/11 victims at Omaha’s Memorial Park

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For the eleventh year Lynn Castrianno and dozens of volunteers will be placing nearly three-thousand flags at Memorial Park at 60th and Dodge Streets in Omaha this afternoon. Castrianno is the organizer of the September 11th Remembrance and says each flag will bear the name of a victim, their age and the location where they […]

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Motor scooter rider killed in Lincoln wreck

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A 53-year-old man riding a motor scooter has been killed in an accident with a sports utility vehicle at an intersection in Lincoln. Lincoln police say the man was riding south on 16th Street this afternoon when an SUV traveling west on “B” Street ran into the scooter. Little has been released by the Lincoln […]

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Volquez outdueled by Danks in nightcap

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John Danks continued his career-long mastery of the Royals, hurling six-plus scoreless innings Friday night, as the White Sox claimed a 2-0 victory over Kansas City. That victory gave the two teams a split of the day-night doubleheader, with the Royals...

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Pilger celebrates recovery this weekend

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They call it a Celebration of Rebuilding, Resilience, and Recovery for all who helped Pilger pick up the pieces after a devastating tornado a year ago. The weekend celebration gets under this afternoon as Midwest Bank breaks ground at its new location at 2nd and Main Street in downtown Pilger. A community picnic will be […]

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Omaha police officer, suspect die in shootout

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An Omaha police officer has died from wounds suffered in a shoot-out this afternoon in the northeast part of the city. A suspect has also died. 29-year-old Kerrie Orozco died at Creighton University Medical Center where she had been taken in extremely critical condition, according to the Omaha Police Department. Orozco is the first female […]

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Creighton baseball washed out on Sunday, remain in 1st place tie with Red Storm

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Due to the combination of rain and travel restrictions, Sunday’s finale for Creighton Baseball and St. John’s has been cancelled. Scheduled for a 12:00 pm start, the forecast calls for rain into the early afternoon. In addition the Red Storm are scheduled to return to New York on an early evening flight. Saturday’s recap The […]

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Authorities identify the man found dead in downtown Kearney alley

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Buffalo County authorities have released the identity of the man found dead in an alleyway Tuesday in downtown Kearney. The man has been identified as 51-year-old Craig Demoor of Hastings. An autopsy has been scheduled for this afternoon to determine the cause of death. Authorities say foul play is not suspected. By Brent Weithorn, KXPN […]

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Police: No foul play in Kearney alleyway death

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Kearney police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a downtown alleyway last night. Lieutenant Mike Young says it’s still not clear how the man died. “The preliminary investigation at this point indicates foul play is not suspected,” Young says. “We do have an autopsy scheduled for tomorrow afternoon to […]

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